Fat white flakes are cascading down from the clouds and there's no sign of it letting up--sounds like the perfect day to feel a cold coming on. Call in sick to work, click into your skis, pull your Zeal Polarized Photochromatic Nomad Goggles down over your eyes, and farm some face shots.The Nomad's spherical lenses maximize peripheral vision, so you won't miss a section of your day, even if most of it's spent in the white room. The anti-fog treatment keeps your eyesight clear even when you're huffing and puffing up the bootpack, and the photochromatic lenses change their tint to adapt to whatever the conditions are. When the sun peaks out and the day goes bluebird, the polarized lenses help block glare from the sun, and the No Slip Grip strap holds your goggles on securely even when you send it a little too far off a drop and explode on your landing.
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