Customer Reviews Of:
Zeal Eclipse Ski Goggles - Polarized

Closeouts. Zeal Eclipse ski goggles deliver clear vision in changing conditions, thanks to glare-reducing polarized, photochromic lenses that adjust tint automatically. The redesigned interior foam offers improved breathability.

Average Rating based on 8 reviews 3.750000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Snuff Daddy from Kansas City on Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    Pinched my nose so uncomfortably I had to return them. Admittedly, I have a large Roman nose. Might be ok for those with a small schnoz. But I've never had any other goggles with this problem, which is why I give it 2 stars. Photochromic lenses are the way to go, but I never got a chance to test this one. Consider the Julbo Zebra Light lens.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rick from Bend, Oregon on Tuesday, September 13, 2016
    Gave these a try but to be honest they are just okay. Very small fit on face as stated in other reviews and these seem small by today's standards. Good Helmet fit but I have a difficult time believing these were $275 retail which was the only reason I choose them over the Smith io/s. Big markdown by STP but still just an okay deal.
  • Reviewed by Rick from Oregon on Friday, September 2, 2016
    Got to say I am disappointed thinking they'd be great but like all goggles and other critical equipment you really need to try them on. This is why I enjoy STP and have never had an issue if something just does not work. These goggles are very well made and would have been perfect but they contour for a rather narrow face, like not made for a man possibly.

    I would never short star a review of a great product so my rating is more for STP than the product as I have not used them. If you have a smaller noggin they are for you ... returned.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by thezman from Cleveland, Ohio on Sunday, June 12, 2016
    I should have heeded another rating which stated that there was a gap between the nose and the goggle. There is a gap between the nose and the goggle. I also was disappointed in the size of the lens. It was very small and didn't allow for very good peripheral vision. I had to literally turn my head to have the least bit of side view. Fortunately, I didn't wait until ski season to try them on, I returned the next day.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by TTFromME from ME on Tuesday, May 24, 2016
    I haven't tried these on the slopes - but they are a great size for my face and are comfortable. Not sure how well they will work yet, but they have a good reputation.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Oregon Mike from Mammoth Lakes on Friday, May 6, 2016
    I have been wearing these in bright sunlight then the clouds come in and they change and still work well.
    They are good looking and fit under my helmet with no gaper gap.
    They are a bit of a strange fit. Both my wife and I wear Oakley Crowbars and they fit us both, but the eclipse don't fit her. My face is longer and I have a big nose, so they fit me. If you have a small face and a petite nose these probably won't work.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Avid boarder from Massachusetts on Sunday, March 13, 2016
    The photochromatic lens is excellent. However the doesn't fit my face snugly around the nose. With goggle on, squint one eye and look down at my nose, I can see an opening between nose ridge and foam pad. It's big enough for me to fit a pinky. I don't have that issue with oakley splice and crowbar goggles that I own. I wore it snowboarding twice in sunny 40+degrees and the nose gap didn't effect comfort and performance. But those conditions are not rigorous test of goggle performance though.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tom the Skier from Colorado on Sunday, March 6, 2016
    I think the goggles to be the best made. Make sure the fit is correct.
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