Zeal Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens

Zeal Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens
Zeal Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens
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Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens by Zeal
The Zeal Optics Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens easily swaps out to replace your old, scratched-up lens on your Zeal Tramline Goggle. Ideal for adapting to widely varying alpine conditions, the Tramline Goggle Replacement Lens is offered in a wide variety of tints to accommodate everything from sunny, bluebird days to socked-in, stormy conditions. Everclear anti-fog coating prevents condensation build-up from obscuring your view. Additionally, there's 100% UV protection, as well as a Permashield Hardscratch coating on every replacement lens. Polarized lens options cut harsh glare bouncing off highly reflective snow surfaces, making them a great choice for high-altitude skiing and riding. The Molecular Mirrored lenses also help to reduce glare through a wide variety of alpine conditions. Additionally, there's a Photochromatic lens option with the Automatic Plus lens, which adapts from 18 to 33% Visible Light Transmission to accommodate low-light, overcast, and sunny conditions alike. 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: ZEL001L
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