Zeal Hatchet Polarized Goggles

Zeal Hatchet Polarized Goggles
Zeal Hatchet Polarized Goggles
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Hatchet Polarized Goggles by Zeal
While a hatchet is a must have camping accessory, the Zeal Hatchet is a must have ski and snowboarding accessory. These cylindrical goggles with a frameless design create a huge field of view for medium faces to see trees, bumps, and jumps clearly while you rip down the hill. The Optimum Polarized lenses in these goggles are anti-fog treated and greatly reduce glare off of the bright white snow. They also feature a vertical Rail Lock system that allows for super quick, frustration free lens changes.

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SKU: ZEL002S
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