Reviewed by perrymw from South Carolina on Saturday, March 02, 2013
Maybe it's just my face, but these goggles fit a little odd, too low on the nose, making it a little hard to breathe. Might be able to be adjusted, but I haven't been skiing with them yet. Not too impressed with the polarization. I was expecting an effect similar to that of polarized sunglasses, but I can't tell that they are polarized much at all.
Reviewed by JPF from West Virginia on Sunday, February 17, 2013
I purchased these because of the spherical shape and polorized lenses. They look great but they are exceptionally large. The problem that this creates is that they entirely cover and/or pinch the nose so that you cannot breathe from it and if you do, then you fog up the lenses. Five different people have tried skiing in these googles and every single one disliked them.
It should also be noted that Zeal marks certain goggles as "helmet compatible." These are not helmet compatible and rightly so as it makes the problem that much worse by pressing the goggles even more uncomfortably into the nose.
I would recommend these goggles to anyone with a large face as, for the price, it is a rather nice lense and design.
“Can you please tell me what the small print on the right hand side of the lens says? I have a pair I'm trying to match exactly so this information is very important to me. Thank you SO much in advance for your help!!!”
Asked on 3/29/2013 10:08:19 AM by Ski bunny from Colorado
Hold the frames with one hand and with the other grab on to a corner or edge of the lens while pushing and prying them out the front of the frame. They are flexable so work around the frame until the whole lens comes out.
Answered on 1/16/2013 12:00:00 AM by Product Specialist...MEL from Sierra Trading Post
“Can you tell me what the size M stands for with regards to the Zeal goggles you have on closeout?”
Asked on 12/7/2012 12:00:00 AM by Robin from Reno, NV