Zeal Portal Polarized Goggles

Zeal Portal Polarized Goggles
Zeal Portal Polarized Goggles
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Portal Polarized Goggles by Zeal
Whether it's nuking snow, gloriously bluebird, or dumping rain, you're always first in the tram line. After nine minutes and a quadruple espresso you're at the top--it's time to pull your Zeal Portal Polarized Goggles down over your eyes and rail tram laps until your legs give out.The Portal's spherical lens maximizes your peripheral vision while you're bombing resort laps bell to bell, and the polarized lens helps reduce glare when the sun pops out and everything goes bluebird. Triple layer face foam stays comfortable against your skin all day and the anti-fog technology keeps your vision clear even when you're huffing and puffing up the bootpack.

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SKU: ZEL002C
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