Zeal Fargo Goggle

Zeal Fargo Goggle
$119.00
Fargo Goggle by Zeal
Price subject to change | SKU: ZEL0130

Zeal Fargo Goggle

Walking along the treeless plains and windblown snowscape without eye protection is akin to sticking your hands directly into a burning fire. Put on the Zeal Fargo Goggle for an unobstructed view of the great white void that lies ahead. Whether you're touring with buddies and an unpainted canvas awaits or you're charging down Highland Bowl trying avoid yardsales, you'll be able to take it all in clearly. Fog won't cloud your vision, and the panoramic goggle design means an unobstructed view of what lies in front, to the sides, and with a quick turn of your neck, behind. All of the frame options use the Optimum lens to give you maximum clarity in all conditions. Just because you drank your body weight in beer last night doesn't mean your goggles are foggy, too. Each of the lenses in the dual-lens construction are coated with Anti-Fog molecules, and then heated to seal and solidify the coating. In the end, you get a fog-resistant goggle lens that works even in San Francisco, if you can tolerate the strange looks from passers-by. If the driving factor for your eyewear choice is peeper-protection in all light, Zeal put their Polarized Automatic lens in the Kennedy Blue frame. Not only does this innovative lens polarize incoming light, but it also automatically adjusts based on light conditions. No more stopping midway through an excursion to swap out lenses. Extra bennies of the lens include glare reduction and 100% of UV ray blocking. With this lens, you're ready for anything, anytime. All of the frame options are impact resistant, and all of the goggles are helmet compatible. Helmet-hair is not a good excuse for skipping dome safety. The dual-strap system ensures a cranium-cozy fit every time, and triple-density fleece foam feels nice on your semi-frozen face. 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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