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Zeal Beacon Polarized Photochromic Goggles

$249.00

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Beacon Polarized Photochromic Goggles

You never know what the weather will bring, especially when you find yourself riding the resort 100+ days of the year. The Beacon Polarized Photochromic Goggles come with lenses that block the glare during sunny blue bird sessions, yet also change tint to adapt to shadows in the trees—or when the clouds decide to crowd out the sun. Plus, the Beacon features Observation Deck Technology, new for 2020. Inspired by the architecture of air traffic control towers, the angle of the Beacon blocks direct incoming light from above, and gives you an eagle's view of the mountain.

  • Ski and snowboard goggles for changing conditions
  • Rimless frame design delivers a wide field of vision
  • Polarization blocks glares off reflective surfaces
  • Photochromic lenses change VLT to adapt to changing light
  • Upper and lower venting keeps your goggles from fogging
  • Triple-layer foam cushions your face and wicks away sweat
  • Dual strap adjustment ensures the perfect fit every time
  • Lens treatments prevent fogging, fingerprints, and scratches
  • Item #ZELZ115

Lens
cylindrical polycarbonate
Polarized
yes
Photochromic
yes
Interchangeable Lens
yes
Technical Features
Permashield Hardcoat, Everclear anti-fog
Frame
rimless design, triple layer face foam
Face Size
medium
Strap
no slip grip
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 2

Pinches my nose

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

My helmet pushes these goggles down on my nose so much I have to mouth breath. All Zeal goggles have done this lately. Seeing as how Zeal models never wear helmets (so uncool, right !), it is not surprising that Zeal does not realize their helmet incompatibility.