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Snowsports Goggles

Snowsports and Winter Activities

 
 

Zeal, we are driven by adventure and design our goggles to go beyond everyday boundaries. We know a trusted, quality, durable goggle is paramount, and ours are engineered to make your winter experiences richer and your memories more vibrant. We blend innovative materials, cutting-edge technologies and time-honored craftsmanship to create some of the best eyewear in the world. Whether you're skiing, snowboarding, touring, snowmobiling or participating in any other winter sport, know that Zeal Optics has your covered no matter the adventure or snow conditions.


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Skiing Goggles

When the perfect day beckons, don’t let your goggles hold you back. Our goggles will keep you skiing as long as your legs can handle. Find tips and recommendations on how to choose the right goggles for you.

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Snowboarding Optics

Ride like you've never seen before. Our incredible field of view helps you see every inch of the run that awaits, while our Everclear Anti-Fog keeps things clear no matter the conditions. Find the perfect goggles designed to go as far as you do.

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Backcountry Touring

When you're deep in the backcountry, your eye protection is the last thing you want to fail. Our tried and true sunglasses and goggles have the performance and technical features you need in the mountains. Uphill and down.

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Snowmobiling Goggles

Being able to see what's ahead is crucial when you’re out for a rip. Whether you're blasting down a sunny trail or trying to see the contours in an overcast powder field, our snowmobile goggles are your new best friends. The Highmark's wind-blocking nose beak and pliable TPU outrigger will keep the wind and snow off your face so you can focus on the trail ahead.