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Adidas Progressor C Goggles Review

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.

Native Eyewear Upslope Goggle Review

Native Eyewear Upslope Goggle Review

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 a greater peripheral field of...

Zeal Level Goggle Review

Zeal Level Goggle Review

For skiers and snowboarders looking for a quality snow goggle without paying a $200+ price tag, the Zeal Level goggle is a great option. For the average skier and boarder, you want a goggle...

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...