Zeal Fargo Goggle - Polarized Photochromic

Zeal Fargo Goggle - Polarized Photochromic
Zeal Fargo Goggle - Polarized Photochromic
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Fargo Goggle - Polarized Photochromic by Zeal
On a powder day, you don't want your view clouded over with fog, or to be peering through too-dark lenses when fresh storm clouds cover the sun. Keep your vision free and clear with the Zeal Fargo Polarized Photochromic Goggle. Its anti-fog, optimum lens is engineered to give you maximum clarity in any weather conditions. In addition, the photochromic technology makes the lens adjust to changing light conditions, from low-light yellow to high contrast rose, so hidden kickers won't catch you off-guard. Not only does this goggle help you see clearly, it keeps your eyes safe with 100% UV protection and glare-reducing polarization. Its impact-resistant frame holds up on your most intense days of riding, and you can use the adjustable dual strap to make sure it fits just right. This goggle is also helmet-compatible, so you can take it with you for an easy day at the resort, or a demanding day in the backcountry. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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