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Shades For Seas

Celebrate Our Oceans With #ShadesForSeas

As part of our Connect & Protect program, Zeal Optics will remove 2.3 kg of plastics from our oceans for every sunglass, goggle or accessory lens purchased globally between June 8-30. Celebrate the outdoors and help protect the wild waters we love.

1 Goggle = We'll Clean The Seas!

Meet the patented //Rail Lock System - you’ve never changed a lens like this before. //RLs feature a rimless frame design for unsurpassed peripheral vision and a dual sliding rail system that guides, slides, and locks your lens in place anywhere on the mountain.

1 Lens = 2.3 kg of Plastic Removed

We believe the only way to make a superior goggle is with a superior lens. That's why our entire collection is built around state-of-the-art lens technology that literally changes the way you see the mountain.

1 Sunglass = You Guessed It...

Our mission is to create sunglasses that enhance your time outdoors while working to protect the world around us. In our commitment to reduce environmental impacts, we use plant-based resources in the manufacturing of our sunglass frames and lenses.

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Protect Our Waters

Plastic Bank

Plastic Bank® empowers the regenerative society. We are helping the world stop ocean plastic while improving the lives of collector communities. Plastic Bank builds ethical recycling ecosystems in coastal communities, and reprocesses the materials for reintroduction into the global manufacturing supply chain. Collectors receive a premium for the materials they collect which helps them provide basic family necessities such as groceries, cooking fuel, school tuition, and health insurance. Plastic Bank’s proprietary blockchain platform secures the entire transaction and provides real-time data visualization – allowing for transparency, traceability, and rapid scalability. The collected material is reborn as Social Plastic® which can be easily reintegrated into products and packaging as part of a closed-loop supply chain. Plastic Bank currently operates in Haiti, Brazil, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Egypt.

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