Tagged: snowboard goggles

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...

Giro Onset Snow Goggles

Giro Onset Snow Goggles Review

First Impression of the Giro Onset Snow Goggles: The Giro Onset snow goggles have many features that I was excited to try out. When they arrived, I opened them immediately to find a well...

K2 Captura Pro Snow Goggle

K2 Captura Pro Goggle Review

K2 Skis have been around forever, K2 goggles on the other hand are still fairly new to market. Their entry into the optics game in 2012 was pretty low key and I only really started...

Oakley Canopy Snow Goggle Review

For the snowboarder and skier that likes their fries, drinks, jackets, pants, and snow goggles super-sized, the Oakley Canopy Goggle is an excellent choice.  The Canopy Snow Goggle by Oakley is an over-sized goggle...

Smith I/O Goggle – Evolve Series

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...

Oakley Elevate Goggle Review

With the ski and snowboard season in full swing, I am finding myself up on the slopes more and more.  I’ve had the pleasure to test out the Oakley Elevate snow goggles over the...

Dragon Rogue Goggle Review

The Dragon Rogue ski/snowboard goggles give you a big bang for your buck. The Rogue cost $120 and are in the middle price range for snow goggles. As a contact and glasses wearer, comfortable-close...