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Zeal Slate Goggles

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sale $101.37 Original price:$168.95

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Slate Goggles

Sharp lines and subtle colorways set off the look of the Zeal Slate Goggle without the need for more neon than the entryway to a casino in Vegas. The optically precise and well-ventilated Optimum lens treats you to the same performance as Zeal's higher-end goggles, but matched to a frame that's entirely different when it comes down to style. See clearly through dark storms, bright pow days, and everything in between when you're wearing the Slate goggle.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Optimum Lens is Zeal's finest lens design, crafted from top-shelf materials and shaped to provide crystal-clear optics
  • Lens design includes multiple vents and an anti-fog coating that keep your vision clear of moisture
  • Impact-resistant frame flexes to absorb the hardest hits
  • Dual strap system allows for plenty of adjustment so you can dial in the most comfortable fit
  • Solid Stitch construction utilizes heavy-duty thread to increase the durability and longevity of the goggle strap
  • A double-beaded layer of silicon keeps your goggle strap securely in place on a helmet or around a hat
  • Item #ZEL0119

Technical Features
eyeglass compatible
Eyeglass Compatible
Face Size
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Welcome to Winter 2019

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>Rating: 4

fits too small

I returned this product before using it

When I received this item the trademark seal on the box was cut open and the goggle was in the bag. The liner form is a bit dislocated and seems was re-glued. I don't care about that but the item is TOO SMALL. Much smaller than Smith's medium size, much smaller than Oakley's medium XM goggles. The width of the goggle is almost as the same as my glasses so no way to wear my glasses inside. It is so small that the curve doesn't fit my face. It is more like a child size. I have to return it. 4 stars for the solid quality.

>Rating: 4

Fits to small and no flex

I returned this product before using it

They are listed as Medium width but the are narrow and with a good curve. Zeal makes good gear so no flimsy gog you can just stretch out. Had to return them.

>Rating: 1

Changed design. Doesn't fit over glasses

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These don't fit over my glasses (normal sized glasses, btw). The video from mike, below, shows that the foam gasket pops off, and mentions that there's an OTG kit available. The foam is solidly glued to the frame of mine, and when I remove the lens I can see that the holes for the removable foam are not even drilled out. It's also impossible to buy an OTG kit, or even a replacement standard foam liner. If I could buy the kit I would rip out the foam that's glued in, and I would drill out the holes that it snaps into. The Backcountry Video also shows the removable foam (two tabs on either side near the strap). It's disappointing because it's hard to find OTG goggles. I went to a ski shop, and they told me I should get contacts. I'll probably end up cutting away some excess foam to make clearance. I bought these directly from Zeal because I wanted the non-polarized Automatic lens, but Backcountry was out. Unfortunately the Automatic lenses don't really change that much, and they don't get as dark as I expected based on the VLT specs. The fit and finish are not that great for the price. The foam is all glued on, and there is some fuzz around the edges. There is some stray glue around the edges, too. The tag on the cloth pouch says Colorado USA, but the box tells the truth, these are made in China.


hikin' in style

Great goggles look super sweet, they have only fogged up once and that was when it was 50F and raining...

>Rating: 5

Great Fit Over My Glasses

I've put it through the wringer

Let me start off by saying I love these goggles. They are perfect size for those people (like myself) that wear glasses while riding. Although you can purchase a kit from Zeal that is designed to go over your glasses its not needed. They are big enough to fit over glasses even without a beanie on. My opinion is..if you are looking for a steezy pair of goggles that will fit over your glasses and not push down on your nose or leave you with discomfort after a long day of shredding then you should buy these. Hope this helps...

>Rating: 4

Great for the price

I've put it through the wringer

I can't afford a pair of high end $150+ goggles so I bought these instead. I have to say that I am very happy with my purchase. People say they look great and I get asked about them a lot. Contrary to the other reviewers, I have never had a problem with these fogging. The photochromic lens works great as it adjusts to the lighting conditions on the mountain. I've used them in sunny conditions, overcast conditions, and super foggy conditions. They work great in the sun and overcast conditions but when it was super foggy I had to take them of in order to see anything 10ft in front of me. But I'm pretty sure no goggle would have allowed you to see clearly in those conditions. If you are not looking to spend to much money and want at good pair of goggles, I would go with these. Take care of them and they will not disappoint.

>Rating: 2

A Little Bland

I've put it through the wringer

Nothing special here. It's a very standard goggle and they look OK at best with a helmet on. My two big problems with this goggle is that they fog all the time with a helmet on and the peripherals aren't that great. Overall, I'd consider them a very average goggle but with an above-average price tag. I'd expect these goggles to fall in the $69-79 area for what they give you. The price is why I gave two stars rather than three. As a side note, I got them for free so I wasn't burned for the price but I can tell you I absolutely would never spend that amount on these.


Zeal Slate Goggle

A great synopsis on the Slate goggle, by Zeal!

The foam no longer pops out (it's glued onto the frame instead of a removable subframe like in the video), and Zeal doesn't sell an OTG kit.


Zeal Slate Goggle

>Rating: 2


I bought them thinking they were going to be a bit larger...turns out they run a little small. Also, I saw a SCRATCH ON THE LENS without even taking them out of the box. I'm disappointed in this product, mostly because a $118 pair of goggles shouldn't come with a scratch already on it.


When hearing a video describing a pair of...

When hearing a video describing a pair of Zeal Slate goggle, one item caught my attention: over the glasses KIT. Purchasing a Zeal Slate goggles, do I get this OTB kit automatically or it must be bought separately? Thanks, Mark

Zeal website says must be purchased separately.