ZEAL Optics X So-Gnar release “Abracadabro Wizardry Rocker” goggle

In order to help support So-Gnar’s Snowboard Camp Tour, ZEAL Optics’ has revamped their OUTPOST goggle and transformed it into the Abracadabro Wizardry Rocker, aptly named to stoke out the kids who will be wearing them. The goggles will be given out to the first 25 campers that sign up for each stop of the camp tour, which are listed below.

“Zeal is stoked to be partnering up with one of the most creative groups in Colorado,” says ZEAL Digital Marketing Manager Mike Lewis. “So-Gnar’s exciting and fun atmosphere helps everyone get pumped to go ride. This fits perfectly with us at ZEAL. We make products for the fun days with friends and this is everyday with So-Gnar.”


ZEAL Optics and So-Gnar have teamed up this season on a unique goggle collab to support So-Gnar’s Snowboard Camp Tour and to get more kids on snow. The two Colorado-based brands have transformed the ZEAL OUTPOST goggle into the Abracadabro Wizardry Rocker, which will be given to campers across the nation as So-Gnar and ZEAL hit the road this winter.

“We are proud to have teamed up with such an exciting and innovative company,” says So-Gnar Founder Pat Milbery. “ZEAL Optics, the official eyewear sponsor of the tour, was generous enough to donate a free pair of these collab goggles to the first 25 people that sign up per stop.”
The new goggle came together with ZEAL defining the quality of how riders see winter, and So-Gnar, the stoke distributers, contributing their street wear influenced aesthetic.

“We cannot wait to witness the next generation’s vision through their imagination of tricks and shred wizardry style that will be creatively stomped in the progressive camp atmosphere,” adds Milbery. “Registration is now open for any of the 14 stops on the So-Gnar Snowboard Camp Tour.”

The So-Gnar Snowboard Camp Tour is the only independent snowboard camp tour that travels to snow communities around North America. Our Tour brings fun, affordability, and pro-rider coaching to your local shred spot, unlike more common snowboard camps that require extensive travel and large fees for fun. In the 2012-13 season, 75% of the Tour stops were sold out. With more than 14 stops currently planned across the Midwest, Colorado, California, and Washington the 2013-14 winter season Tour will be bigger than ever!!
For more information and to register click here: http://www.so-gnar.com/camptour/

Where and When:
Dec. 7 & 8 – Loveland Ski Area – Colorado
Dec. 21 & 22 – Buck Hill Ski Area- Minnesota
Dec. 27 & 28 – Granite Peak Ski Area – Wausau, Wisconsin
Dec. 29 & 30 – Sunburst Ski Area – Milwaukee. Wisconsin
Dec. 31 & 1 – Tyrol Basin Ski Area – Madison, Wisconsin
Jan. 2 & 3 – Chestnut Resort – Goleta, Illinois
Jan. 4 & 5 – Cannonsburg Resort – Grand Rapids, MI
Jan. 11 & 12 – Seven Springs – Pennsylvania
Jan. 18 & 19 – Mad River Ski Area – Ohio
Jan. 25 & 26 – Big Boulder Park – Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania
Jan. 29 – Ruby Hill Snowboard Park – Denver, Colorado
Feb. 8 & 9 – (TBA)
Feb. 15 & 16 – (TBA)
Feb. 22 & 23 – Summit at Snoqualmie – Seattle, Washington
March 1 & 2 – Woodward at Copper – Frisco, Colorado


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