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From Spherical to Cylindrical, the Best Ski and Snowboard Goggles Available

Protect your eyes from flying snow, sticks and the sun with the best ski and snowboard goggles on the market.

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Whether you are flying through the trees at 20 mph, sending Corbet’s at Jackson Hole, shredding Carinthia at Mount Snow, or setting a new PR on a super-g course, ski and snowboard goggles are an absolute necessity, and not all are created equal. Some spherical lenses may offer improved peripheral vision, but they may not fit the shape of your face as well as a cylindrical shape. The best thing to do is try on a variety, and these 12 goggles represent the best on the market. Some are geared more towards style, others pure performance. Whether you are a two-planker or one, everybody needs a solid pair of goggles.

Zeal Voyager
Boulder, Colorado-based Zeal makes a high-quality, helmet-compatible frameless goggle at an affordable price point. $149

Oakley Flight Deck Prizm
With a broad range of lenses available and some of the best optics on the market, the Flight Deck is the perfect goggle for intermediate to advanced skiers and riders. $96+

Smith – I/O 7 Chroma Pop
Smith recently brought its Chroma Pop polarization to its goggle lenses and what was an awesome frame with the I/O 7 is now even better. $199

Electric EG3.5
The EG3.5 features some of the best peripheral vision on the market while still maintaining a compact and comfortable package. $130

Giro Contact
Giro’s new Contact is its flagship goggle that features a magnetic lens attachment, making it easy and quick to swap lenses. $240

Anon M2
Anon’s M2 features a magnetic lens system for easy lens changes while out on the hill. $220+

Dragon NFX
With a cylindrical frameless design, Dragon’s NFX looks great and performs even better. $160

Shred Monocle
Famous ski racer Ted Ligety started Shred making simple goggles, but the Monocle is anything but. It features a high-performance anti-fog lens. $130

Julbo Aerospace
The Julbo Aerospace clicks out to allow wind to pass through and vent for when you are touring uphill. $240

Revo Wordsmith
Though Revo only just launched its goggle line this year, the Wordsmith is an impressive entry into the market. $230

Uvex Downhill 2000 Race
The Uvex Downhill 2000 Race is designed specifically for what its model name describes, downhill racing. $100

Ashbury Warlock
Style and affordability: the name of the game when it comes to Ashbury’s Warlock. $70

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