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Zeal Link Polarized Goggles

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Description: Zeal Link Polarized Goggles

See where you're going this winter season when you slip on the Zeal Link Polarized Goggles for men, and get the style to stand out in the lift line. The impact resistant polyurethane frame of these goggles has the flexibility to fit your face like a glove, and with a helmet compatible fit, whether you wear a lid as you ride or not, you can stand out in this mountain eyewear. Featuring the Optimum lens, you get high density lens technology and an anti-fog infused process for durability and performance in any conditions that blocks 100 percent of UV rays.

Key Features of Zeal Link Polarized Goggles:
  • Anti-Fog Infused Lens Process
  • Impact Resistant Frame Technology
  • High Density Lens Technology
  • 100% UV Protection
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Dual Strap Adjustments
  • Optimum Lens

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Hopefully the transition aspect will prove useful because that was what I was looking for.
Chad O on Jan 27, 2014
Polarized
L M on Dec 22, 2013
Hopefully the transition aspect will prove useful because that was what I was looking for.
Chad O on Jan 27, 2014
polarized
Jonathan W on Jan 19, 2014
Polarized
L M on Dec 22, 2013
excited to use auto change lens!
Wayne P on Nov 17, 2013
Sleek,helmet-friendly,anti-fog,polarized.
Lindsay S on Oct 3, 2013
I want a goggle for which I don't need to change the lens and this brand is being appreciated by a lot of people
Ronald B on Sep 15, 2013
polarized
Jonathan W on Jan 19, 2014
excited to use auto change lens!
Wayne P on Nov 17, 2013
1) Are these dual lenses?
2) Are these the SPPX, they are supposed to be smaller? Dimensions?
Jennifer L on Feb 10, 2014