About Zeal Rapt OTG PX Snowsport Goggles - Photochromic
Closeouts. Zeal's Rapt OTG PX photochromic snowsport goggles block harmful glare, adjust to changing light conditions and are designed to fit over your prescription glasses to ensure crisp, clear vision.
Specs about Zeal Rapt OTG PX Snowsport Goggles - Photochromic
- Lens style: Double
- Lens type: Cylindrical
- Lens feature: Photochromic,OTG
- UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
- Anti-fog: Yes
- Extra lens included: None
- Ventilation: Frame and lens
- Fit: Medium
- Light transmission: 43,18% Lens 1;
- Helmet compatible: Yes
- Weight: 5.6 oz.
- Strap material: Nylon
- Frame material: Technothane
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Gender: Women,Men
- Recommended use: Snow sports
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Steve Feuerstein from Bronx, NY on Monday, March 17, 2014After extended research attempting to identify the best quality goggles for winter mountaineering, I finally came across this offer on STP. In short, I could not ask for more. This pair seamlessly sits over my prescription glasses and provides the necessary photochromic adaptation to varying levels of light. An all-around outstanding deal.
Reviewed by Snowboard Seth from Tennessee on Monday, February 24, 2014I tried to kinds of goggles and these are my favorites. Easily fit over my glasses but don't feel bulky. A little fogging of the glasses but not bad.
Reviewed by frankie from NH on Wednesday, February 12, 2014Great optics but small for an OTG google
Reviewed by oteg from low in the high san berdoos on Tuesday, January 7, 2014If I didn't need/ want OTGs, these seem like they'd be outstanding goggles. Unfortunately, I can't performance qualities for certain' cause this purchase never made it out of my living room. Desiring to see beyond 5' and refusing to wear contacts (in my next report I will discuss phobias), leaves me very OTG dependent. These aren't OTG. Say again, not OTG. OTher reviewers suggested as much, but you know how those snarky product reviewers are: nothing better to do than sit around nit-picking.
Even so, OTG goggles shouldn't, in my vain opinion, smush even small-lensed, low-profile glasses against one's face & then pull said glasses away upon goggle removal, making juggling of said glasses likely & loss too probable. So the search for perfect & perfectly marked-down OTGs continues.
Reviewed by questionsSoMany from Spokane on Friday, December 27, 2013If you wear slim glasses, these goggles will work. It will still be clunky, and a bit of a hassle, but I was able to ski with little fogging.