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Zeal Link polarized goggles with the advanced ZB-13 lens are all you need for almost any condition you'll encounter. Forget carrying around interchangeable lenses and multiple pairs of goggles.
Zeal Optics made the Link Goggle so skiers and snowboarders would have a more comfortable goggle to wear for everyday shredding. Soft, pliable material helps the frame flex to match the natural curve of your face, ample venting does away with foggy vision, and the wide lens opens your eyes to the terrain in your peripheral vision. This is a goggle that simply makes your face feel better, because winter is already hard enough.
Zeal Optics Link SPX Goggle's ZB tint in a Spherical Polarized lens reduces glare from the snow and enhances vision. The ZB lens color soothes your eyes and makes it easier for you to see in all conditions. Featuring In-Molded Anti-Fog Lens (Will never wear off).
The Link Goggle from Zeal Optics provide the finest quality of optical clarity and protection for your eyes on the slopes. The unique ZB13 rose-tint lens filters out harsh blue light without distorting the image you see. Helmet-compatible and fog-free design lets you stay out on the slopes until long after they've turned off the floodlights.
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