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10 Top Ski Goggles

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Smith Optics

Smith Optics Sentry

Smith’s performance mirrored Regulator lenses are strong and abrasion resistant in an affordable, stylish frame. Sold with an extra back up lens. A smaller “Cadence” option is available in women’s colors.
$80

Julbo

Julbo Epic & Peak

Using Julbo’s own Camel (photochromic/polarized) lens for a one and done option, this medium framed goggle can handle any epic run no matter what peak you’re on.
$210

K2 Skis

K2 PhotoKinetic Pro

Thanks to a savvy frame design, the PhotoKinetic Pro offers huge field of vision with comfort and precise helmet compatibility. Sold in two lens options.
$135/$145

Zeal

Zeal HD Camera Goggle

Don’t want to announce to the world you’re wearing a head cam? Zeal’s HD camera goggle has pinnacle optics, supreme field of vision, and a camera with 170-degree lens that can capture 1080p and 720p HD quality video, or 8 megapixel still shots.
$399

POC Sweden AB

POC Retina Big

The Retina Big has a large field of view for superior reaction time in challenging terrain. Anti-fog and anti-scratch technology gives the Retina added protection for a long life.
$140

Salomon

Salomon X-Tend Photochromic

Take on every light condition with the X-Tend’s everyday photochromic versatility. The technical frame design offers an enviable field of vision that can enhance reaction time.
$155

Dragon Alliance

Dragon NFX

The patented frameless technology, anti-fog treatment, and armored venting give the NFX all day versatility in a large framed, helmet-compatible option.
$120

Oakley

Oakley Airbrake Snow

Oakley’s versatile performance and comfort are best represented in the interchangeable Airbrake Snow. Oakley’s Switchlock system provides fast and easy lens changing, and two lens colors are included with each goggle.
$220

Electric Visual

Electric EG2

The EG2’s oversized frame design plays nice with helmets, while offering a panoramic field of vision. Outfitted with anti-fog and anti-scratch coating, the EG2 is built to handle the rigors of everyday use.
$150

Scott Sports

Scott LCG (Lens Changing Goggle)

Scott’s lens change slider allows you to swap out lenses without having to touch the actual lens. It’s sold with a low-profile molded lens case, so you can adapt to ever changing conditions in a flash.
$185