Category: Goggles

Ski and snowboard goggle reviews

Adidas Progressor C Goggles Review

The Adidas Progressor C goggles offer great vision and an excellent lens changing system but struggle in some basic areas. Fit is key with any goggle you wear all day and the Progressor C will only fit the widest of faces well. A too-rigid frame and non-conforming face foam lead to a less comfortable feel than some competitors. On a good note, the Quick-Shift Lenspod System is a great way to quickly change out lenses without fiddling around. If you have a very wide face and are looking to save a little over the top of the line options from the likes of Smith and Oakley, give the Progressor C a try. Otherwise, I’d keep looking.

Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM

Oakley Airbrake XL Prizm Goggles Review

When you’re looking for maximum coverage around your eyes and your face, the Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM goggles has your number.  These goggles have an oversized fit and offers Oakley’s premium lens technology PRIZM...

Native Eyewear Upslope Goggle Review

  Native Eyewear Lens Features The Native Eyewear Upslope Goggles feature SnowTuned lenses that are a double spherical lens (double>single layered lenses for barrier and more resistant to fogging).  The spherical lens allows for...

Julbo Airflux Goggle Review

The Julbo Airflux offers up some of the same great features as the Julbo Aerospace in a more affordable price category, retailing for $130-150. For a full review of the Julbo Aerospace Goggle, please...

Bolle Virtuose Goggle Review

Variable weather and light conditions can turn a wonderful day of skiing into a scary experience. A bluebird day can quickly change to puking snow in a flash and your sunny day goggles may...

Bravo Goggles

Spy Bravo Goggles Review

  Clear vision is a pretty important key to a good day on the hill and with quickly changing light conditions this can sometimes be challenging. The Spy Bravo goggles, with Happy Lens, offer...

Zeal Forecast

Zeal Forecast Review

Zeal came out with a brand-new style for the 2014/2015 ski season: The Zeal Forecast.  It comes in a wide array of color and lens choices to match your style, budget, and goggle needs.  The...

Oakley A-Frame 2.0 Goggle

Oakley A-Frame 2.0 Goggle Review

The Oakley A-Frame Goggle has been one of Oakley’s most popular goggle over the last few years and for this season Oakley decided to update the classic design giving all those snow lovers out...

Giro Onset Goggle Review

Having a large, unobstructed field of vision is important to keep you safe on the slopes. The Giro Onset goggle provides just that in a package that is comfortable, lightweight, and easily integrates with...

Giro Field Goggles

Giro Field Ski Goggles Review

  Giro, based in Santa Cruz, California manufactures helmets, sunglasses, soft goods, and goggles for cycling, skiing and snowboarding. A well known player in the active world they are coming up on 30 years of innovative...

Oakley Canopy Prizm Red Frame

Oakley Canopy Review

New for the 2014/2015 ski and snowboard season, Oakley took the next step in goggle lens technology introducing a new lens technology called Prizm.  The Oakley Canopy is a larger framed goggle that incorporates...

Smith I/O7 Goggles

Smith I/O 7 Goggle Review

I received my Smith I/O 7 Goggle in mid-October when we were still experiencing 80 degree temperatures. The arrival did trigger that first emotion of excitement. You know the one?! Ski season is just...