This is a very versatile goggle. It performs well under all light conditions except ultra low light (where a clear lens is all that works). I have taken it mountaineering at…
- Kyle, 10/11/11
I bought these because they're LOVED by mountaineers. They claim a no fog system. Honestly, they are the same as any other pair of goggles. They definitely fog up. They're…
- Vincent, 03/04/13
Fit with my giro helmet. Lenses that can be replaced if needed based on conditions. Tip: dont wipe the inside if they are wet let it air dry. This will take the anti fog coa…
- amanda, 10/22/13
Two of my friends have the Oakley A-frame goggles and love them, but I got these because I got a good deal on them. First higher end pair of goggles, and I love them. The an…
- Michael, 03/09/13
I purchased these goggles for my wife who I took skiing for the first time. She loved the goggles - thought they were stylish, did not fog up and were perfect for a sunny to s…
- Chris, 01/22/13
These goggles are great for smaller faces. I'm a lady with a medium face and it was just a little small. Looked pretty good with just a hat on, but I normally ski with a hel…
- Madeline, 04/30/12
About Ski Goggles and Eyewear for the Slopes:
I keep having this dream. I am sitting in a gondola for what seems like forever. It’s a lot like the one that Jaws bites the cable for in Moonraker. I am enjoying the scenery and getting ready to do some serious snowboarding. We get to the top of the ski lift and I realize that I don’t have any goggles. The sun is beating down on the snow and it is reflecting into my eyes, the light gets brighter and brighter until a dark shape begins to emerge from nearby thicket. At first I think it is some kind of gigantic hairy centaur but I slowly realize that it is bigfoot riding on the most gigantic moose I have ever seen.
He walks casually up to me and asks why I look upset. I tell him that I forgot my ski goggles. He lets out a deep laugh and reaches into his fur and produces a pair of pristine goggles, tossing them to me casually. I won’t say exactly which pair it was, but it is definitely one of the goggles that we carry. I know it’s weird and I really should be using my time to tell you how all of these goggles are great for protecting your eyes from UV rays, your face from wind burn and generally make it easier to know where you are going when you are skiing, but this dream was so vivid I felt I had to share. Plus, when I wake up in the morning I always find a single bigfoot hair on the bed, and everything smells like moose.