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Ski and snowboard goggles are a very important part of your ski and snowboard gear. If you can't see where you are going then you are in trouble! With hundreds of goggles online, Auski can help you find the snow goggle that suits all your requirements and budget.

The popular brands in snow goggles are Smith, Anon, Giro, Oakley, Dragon, Von Zipper, Carrera and POC. Within these popular brands, there are a great variety of lens shapes, lens colours and frame types. Anon are using magnets in a few models for their lenses and MFI face masks, while Oakley have a GPS enabled goggle with digital read out on the lens! And Dragon have transition goggles however the most important thing in your goggles is how they fit your face. Getting the correct fit will make more difference than any feature as if cold air is getting in a ... Read more

gap next to your nose, all the features in the world won't make a difference.

Dual, switchable or interchangeable lens' are very popular with advanced skiers and snowboarders as it means you can change the lens to suit the conditions and you have a spare lens in your ski jacket in case one gets snow in it. The Oakley Airbrake, Flight Deck, and Line Miner, The Smith IO, IOX and IO MAG, The Anon M2, M3 and WM1, and Dragon APX are all popular models in this category. Although more expensive than a goggle that comes with only one lens, they can come with a hard case and are much cheaper than buying a single lens goggle + spare lens + hard case.

There are many 'large' snow goggles now that look more like an aircraft pilot’s helmet. These look very cool and can suit some people but others may run into trouble when pairing the goggle with a helmet. Finding a helmet - goggle combination that works is almost as important and finding the right shaped goggle. This is why some people buy them at the same time or bring your helmet along when choosing the goggle. 

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