Zeal Portal Goggle - Polarized Photochromic

Zeal Portal Goggle - Polarized Photochromic
Zeal Portal Goggle - Polarized Photochromic
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Portal Goggle - Polarized Photochromic by Zeal
Deep days at the resort can feel like a primal fight to the death sometimes. Pull your Zeal Portal Polarized Photochromatic Goggles down over your eyes and head into the madness to battle it out for your fair share of faceshots. The photochromatic spherical lens maximizes your peripheral vision so you can easily spot that pow-hungry freeride bro trying to snake your line, plus it changes to adapt to the conditions whether it's puking snow or gloriously bluebird.The polarization helps to reduce glare from the sun, and anti-fog technology helps keep your vision clear even when you're busting your lungs to keep up with your buddy on a steep booter. The silicone grip helps hold your goggles on your head, so they won't go flying when you huck it too far to flat and explode on landing, and the triple layer face foam is comfortable against your skin all day long. 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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SKU: ZEL002D
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