Observation Deck Technology

The Eagle’s View Of The Mountain

Based on the physics behind structures like air traffic control towers, Observation Deck Technology (ODT) is the first goggle system that replicates the eagle's eye view of the mountains. Designed so the bottom of the frame sits much closer to your face, creating an angled lens that significantly increases vertical peripheral and blocks direct incoming light, giving you zero reflection on your inner lens. Change your perspective on winter forever.

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Our Favorite New Products from America’s Largest Outdoor Gear Show From Gear Patrol

"With a profile inspired by the physics behind air control towers, the Beacon boasts a 10-degree slant to its lens. The aim is to open up the wearers’ vertical peripheral vision, allowing them to better spot their lines upon descent."

★★★★★ - gearpatrol.com

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Award Winning Technology Best of Show from Freeskier

"Consumers will be “clear for landing” with the all-new Beacon goggle from Zeal, which implements a completely new take on on-hill optics. Inspired by the eagle-eye visual physics of air traffic control towers, the Beacon’s Observation Deck Technology is designed to fit closer to the user’s cheeks while sitting further away from the forehead, and is complete with a 10-degree lens tilt; in effect, it provides a field of view focused on the downhill that simultaneously reduces distracting glares. Retailers looking to tell a new story in the world of optics should take flight with the Beacon."

★★★★★ - freeskier.com

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