Zeal Portal XL Polarized Goggles

Zeal Portal XL Polarized Goggles
Zeal Portal XL Polarized Goggles
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Portal XL Polarized Goggles by Zeal
As the larger version of the ever-popular Portal goggle, the Portal XL is able to offer enhanced peripheral vision and a comfortable fit over eyeglasses. This enhanced peripheral vision often leads to slight warping but thankfully the spherical lenses match the curve of your eye to eliminate any distortion.

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SKU: ZEL002Z
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