Are old goggles getting in the way of your skiing experience? Perhaps it’s time to part ways with your old goggles— 2014 has brought a solid line of new Ski Goggles that can amplify your skiing performance and experience. Here are some of the best ski goggles out this year:
Zeal Optics HD Camera Goggles:
Tired of attaching a camera to your helmet to take live action pics and videos? Zeal Optics provides a great new way to preserve your most memorable skiing moments. The Zeal Base HD Camera Goggle’s wide-angle lens can capture 1080p & 720p HD videos and 12 megapixel HD photos. It is designed to be compatible with any helmet and has an operation lifespan of 3 hours. For $298.95, these goggles offer great innovation and quality.
Weather can change in an instant, but that doesn’t mean you have to change goggle lenses. The Scott LCG Ski Goggles ($94.78) have a lens change slider system that gives you the ability to change lenses without actually touching the lens’ surface.
Field vision is critical in high-speed skiing, and that’s exactly what the POC Retina ($109.93) addresses. These ski goggles are equipped with big lenses that provide superior vision in the most challenging paths. They also have an anti-fog and anti-scratch system that allows them to last longer than other goggles.
Dragon APX Nike:
Style meets functionality with Nike’s Dragon APX ($183.92). These are among a small number of frameless ski goggles on the market. These ski goggles have a sleek design and many excellent features, from polarized lenses to an anti-fog and a UV protection system. These are serious goggles built for serious skiers.
Electric EG2 Snow Goggles:
Comfort is important for skiers, and that’s what the Electric EG2 Snow Goggles provide. At $179.99, these ski goggles have face foam that is triple-layered and contoured, giving wearers maximum comfort.
Oakley Airbrake Goggles:
Providing flexibility and comfort is the main focus of these ski goggles from Oakley. They are designed to fit the face without causing nasal pressure and impeding airflow. Swapping lenses as light conditions change is no hassle with Airbrake’s Switchlock Technology. At $267, these goggles are top quality.