Sleek look on the outside and wide field of vision when wearing. Easily swap out different lenses to match lighting conditions. The various lenses work magnificently during the day and in low light.
A small group of users have complained that they could use an additional case for the extra lenses. May fog up around the edges under certain conditions.
Great pair of goggles for the price. Works surprisingly well across all light and weather conditions. Nice large frame that fits comfortably over glasses. Comes with a protective case and bag.
May feel cheaply made to some. Anti-fogging coat wears off the lens pretty quickly.
The goggles look really good, with little to no fogging of the lens. Great visibility, even on cloudy days. Wide strap allows for a secure and comfortable fit.
Lens easily scratches. Sometimes moisture can get caught between the double-lens, affecting vision.
Well made goggles that don't scratch that easily. Great ventilation when wearing. Adjusts to fits comfortably snug even while wearing a helmet. Case has space for an extra lens.
May not fit over all glasses. Magnets are also not as strong as others on the market.
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Plan on hitting the slopes soon? Then, you'll need to make sure you've got a good pair of ski goggles. They're essential to being fully prepared for the elements and made to protect your eyes from snow, wind, and UV rays while also enhancing your vision. Because they are such an integral part of your ski gear, finding a quality pair under $100 can be tricky. Buyers will need to consider things like frame size, lens type, strap length, as well as other handy features that will inevitably play a role in how much you spend.
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