Goggles should be one of your top priorities when gearing up for the season, not a last-minute grab on the way to the slopes. Whether you ski or ride, the right goggles protect your eyes from sun, wind, and snow—and are equally important on bright days with relentless glare and low-light sessions with wind-driven flakes. So don’t spend a single day squinting, get stuck with dark lenses on a storm day, or go in early because of foggy lenses. Get a great pair of goggles instead.
Factors like fit, lens type, and ventilation all need to be considered when picking the right ones for you. SKI magazine shows what to look for, and why Dragon has made one of one of the season’s best models.
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