Zeal Fargo Polarized Goggles

Zeal Fargo Polarized Goggles
Zeal Fargo Polarized Goggles
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Fargo Polarized Goggles by Zeal
Zeal knows that when you ride you want an unlimited peripheral view of your terrain, which is why it designed the Fargo Goggle. Made with an optimum, anti-fog infused lens, the Fargo Goggle's 100% UV protection keeps your eyes safe, while the injection-molded spherical shape increases your peripheral vision, allowing you to take in the full view of the mountain. And the polarization reduces glare and thus eye fatigue. The horizon-inspired, impact resistant frame is tough enough to last all day, from first ungroomed runs to afternoon sessions on the halfpipe. This goggle is helmet-compatible, and its dual strap system keeps it in place when you pack on the speed.

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SKU: ZEL0132
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