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Zeal Slate Goggles

Zeal Slate Goggles
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Description: Zeal Slate Goggles

Ride the slopes this season with the Zeal Slate Snowboard Goggles for men and get maximum visibility at all times. These Zeal snowboard goggles have an impact resistant frame, are helmet compatible, and have dual strap adjustments to provide comfort and ensure durability. Additionally, the lenses are optimum, anti-fog infused, and provide 100% UV protection.

Key Features of the Zeal Slate Snowboard Goggles:
  • Anti-Fog infused lens process
  • Impact resistant frame technology
  • High density lens technology
  • 100% UV Protection
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Dual Strap adjustments
  • Optimum lens
  • OTG Ready


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OTG capable
Paul K on Feb 26, 2014
travis k on Dec 26, 2013
Zeal is an amazing brand!!! For the price the quality is exceptional! If I could buy all Zeal I would definatly do it!
rob g on Feb 20, 2014
Look like the bomb
Brian G on Dec 16, 2013
What does OTG ready mean? Do I have to make my own mods to it?
jonathan w on Nov 22, 2013
Best Answer: The acronym OTG stand for Over The Glasses. The Zeal Slate Goggles can be worn over glasses, but they can also be worn by anyone without glasses too.

The only adjustments or mods you'll have to make is the length of the strap to fit around your head or helmet.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 22, 2013
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It say that these are OTG ready but in the specs it is listed as no eyeglass ready. I was wondering if it was dependent on my glasses size or not?
A shopper on Nov 1, 2013
Best Answer: The Zeal Slate Goggles are OTG ready! The specs will be changed momentarily, thanks for the heads up!
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 5, 2013
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