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Von Zipper Fishbowl Goggle: The biggest fish in the pond, the Fishbowl is the top of the goggle food chain. Fishbowl will remain comfortable and flexible in all snow conditions so you can be a fresh fish.
The Fishbowl from VonZipper is at the top of the goggle food chain. The Fishbowl features a thermo-polyurethane injection molded frame that remains flexible even in the coldest conditions. It also features a supersized dual spherical polycarbonate lens with Barricade anti-fog and hard coating and for optically correct, distortion free vision. The frame and lens on this goggle are huge providing you with maximum peripheral vision. Believe it or not even a goggle as big as the Fishbowl is helmet compatible, so you can look good and stay safe all at the same time. Add in a polar fleece lined, triple density face foam and you have a super comfortable and flexible goggle for any snow condition. Be the biggest fish in the pond with the Fishbowl from VonZipper. NOTICE Do to the large size of frame not all Helmets are compatible with the Fishbowl
If you've ever looked at your goldfish and wondered what it would be like to see the world from that point of view, now you can. The Von Zipper Fishbowl Goggle throws out over-the-top size to give you larger-than-life swag and a uninhibited view of the world.
|Frame:||Thermo-Polyurethane Frame Ergonomic Frame Design|
|Frame Material:||thermopolyurethane injection molded|
|Frame Width:||171 mm|
|Lens Features:||Optically Correct Lenses Hard Coated Lens Super Anti-Fog Coating 100% UV Protection Oversized Dual Spherical Polycarbonate Lens|
|Lens Height:||86 mm|
|Lens Width:||100 mm|
|Von Zipper Fishbowl Snowboard Goggles||$150.00|
|Von Zipper Fishbowl Replacement Lenses||$39.95|
These googles have the best peripheral versions of most the the googles out this year. I bought 5 different pairs along with these thanks to backcountry.com amazing return policy. Reason I did that was to compare them side by side to see which ones have the best peripheral vision and gotta say that a lot of goggles have great top and side to side field of view but the bottom part by the nose and cheek area was always blocked at least for me. Which sucks because I feel like that one of the most important areas when trying to spot your landings or going into jumps. Or in the backcountry watching for the scatchy areas. These glasses due just that I forget I have them on at times. Along with the interchangeable lens these goggles rock highly recommend pick em up you won't regret it
I've ridden the Fishbowl for the last 3 seasons, and every time I try another goggle I feel like I'm looking thru binoculars. The field of vision is amazing in these, and they are comfy to boot. I've worn them with a few different helmets, and I'm using the Pro Tec B2 helmet with them currently. The Fishbowl fits my narrow face and larger nose no problem. I've never had any problems with fogging or scratched lenses which is pretty rare for such a large sphyrical lens. Check out the Fishbowl and see what you've been missing.
If you're looking for a larger goggle with lots of vision these are what you want. If you want to not see frame at all, get the EG2. I liked the band on these more but still use my EG2 for nights and times I need more peripheral vision
A game changer in visibility. The only downside is the size of the goggle but I'm real particular about things too. Quicksilver hubble offers the same vision profile with a lower profile. But as you can see, this goggle certainly isn't limiting me.
good google for all lighting conditions with the interchangeable lens.
You are definitely gonna be one of the biggest fish in the pond. The competition goes down between these and the Electric EG2's and, to be honest, I'd pick Electric. HUGE lenses and lightweight tri-density foam padding, make you look like an insect. Lenses aren't the best and scratch pretty easily.