Zipline XT Goggles - Replacement Lens ONLY
How to Cut Down Zipline Poles
Zipline poles are made with graphite which must be treated differently than cutting down traditional aluminum poles.
Please follow the following procedures:
Zipgrips are glued to the graphite shaft and the glue must be softened by heating the grips in boiling water.
1. Bring large pot of going water to a boil. Place the grips in the boiling water.
2 . Be assured the water level is above the bottom of the grip.
4. Use towel to hold grip. Rubber glove helps you to grasp the shaft. Twist back and forth until the grip can be removed.
Cutting the shaft
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Zipline XT features RipClear lens protection film for hours of clear vision on the mountain. Combined with our Italian made inner lens for perfect clarity. The new cylindrical lens offers a panoramic view and the XT (Extra Terrestrial) shield look provides not only a cool look but a massive field of vision. With 7 strategically placed magnets, with increased strength over previous models, switching lenses is easy yet allows you the security of smashing through the bumps or floating in powder. See why athletes like Canada Ski Team athletes like Kerrian Chunlaud & Simon Limeuix have switched.
BLISTER REVIEW - May 14th
"The Zipline XT packs an incredible feature set into an affordable package. With quality construction, good lens performance, decent lens selection, and one of the easiest lens-swap systems on the market, the budget-minded consumer should definitely keep the XT on their short list."
Sam: In a couple words: stupid easy..... the Zipline XT’s frame and lens are lined with a series of extremely strong magnets that hold the lens to the frame. You can take the lens off simply by grabbing the edges and pulling. Putting a new lens on is even easier, as the magnets self-align the lens to the frame. I can literally throw the lens at my face and get it to install on the frame.
One thing that’s unique about the XT lenses is that they come with what Zipline calls, a Rip Clear protective coating. This is basically a stick-on, clear, plastic protective layer. If the lens is scratched, you can remove the Rip Clear layer and, along with it, the scratches — similar to windshield tear-offs used in Nascar, or a protective screen cover for your phone.