Tagged: Goggles

Giro Field Ski Goggles Review

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 design....

Bolle Gravity Goggle Review

Bolle Gravity Goggle Review

With most things in life you get what you pay for. Goggles are no different and I have always been willing to shell out the extra cash for a good pair of goggles. Different...

Smith I/O Evolve Goggle Review

The Smith I/O is my new goggle of choice for my days on the ski hill. They combine great style with functionality and Eco-friendliness. The Evolve series is Smith’s answer to the green movement...

Smith I/OS Goggle Review

In 2009, Smith Optics introduced the I/O’s, a rimless and interchangeable goggle. New for this year, Smith has released the I/OS which have many of the same great features as the I/O goggles, but...

Bolle Simmer Goggle Review

The Simmer goggles, by Bolle, have been my go to goggles for cloudy ski days. The Simmer’s that I have been testing feature the Aurora lens, which carries a VLT rating of 45%. As...

Bolle Monarch Goggles Review

The Bollé Monarch is one of the newest members to Bollé ‘s goggle family. The Monarch’s frame uses a combination of two face foams – each with a distinct specific density – to create...

Smith I/O Goggle Review

If you aren’t a hardcore skier or boarder, you can at least look like one with the Smith I/O goggles. The I/O goggles are a part of the Smith Evolve line which touts that...

Dragon Rogue Goggle Review

The Dragon Rogue ski/snowboard goggles give you a big bang for your buck. The Rogue is in the middle price range for snow goggles. As a contact and glasses wearer, comfortable-close fitting goggles are...