The world’s first GPS-enabled goggle is here. The Zeal Transcend GPS Goggle features a micro LCD display mounted inside the goggles, so you can view all pertinent information without having to do anything but glimpse downwards towards the bottom of the lens — a key feature when barreling down a double black diamond, or even moreso if you’re heading off trail. In addition to showing GPS data, the screen can also feeds real-time stats like speed, altitude, vertical odometer, stopwatch, latitude/longitude, temperature, time and total distance travelled. The Zeal Transcend GPS Goggles are charged via a micro-USB charger, and are both PC and Mac compatible. Two lenses are available, either a polarized lens or a polarized and photochromic lens for $400-$500.

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