VonZipper Porkchop

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Description of Von Zipper Porkchop Goggles - White Bronze Chrome with Bonus LensUSDA choice gogle cut, The Porkchop is the other white meat. This slice of shredded snow protein is made of thermo-polyurethane for flexibility under all conditions with the ultra wide peripheral vision to bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan.Features100 UV protectionAnti-fog coated cylindrical lensBONUS lensDual adjustable silicone lined strapHelmet compatibleThermo-Polyurethane frameWide peripheral vision

- US Outdoor Store

The Von Zipper Porkchop Goggle provides the same fulfilling feeling you get when you scarf down a delicious helping of swine, without the grease. That good feeling comes from fog-free visibility, protection from destructive sun rays and glare, and wide peripheral vision. Did we forget to mention how the slick style goes as well with snow-caked sideburns as bacon goes with scrambled eggs and hash browns' Damn, that's good.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Vonzipper Porkchop Snowboard Goggles (Fall 2011) This big slice of goggle protein accommodates a medium to large face size. This is the goggle that will bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan! Key Features of the Vonzipper Porkchop Snowboard Goggles: Thermo-polyurethane frame remains flexible in even the coldest conditions Dual layer, anti-fog coated spherical lens for crystal clear vision Wide peripheral vision 100% UV protection Integrated forward lens venting for maximum air circulation Extended outriggers for a perfect fit without frame distortion Moisture wicking, fleece lined, triple density face foam Dual-adjustable, silicone lined strap This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

See in great visibility for all conditions witht the Von Zipper Porkchop Snow Goggles

- Altrec Outdoors

VonZipper Porkchop


The VonZipper Porkchop is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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