Trying to figure out what goggle you should get? Here are some great ideas for the 2014 season
For the 2013-2014 season, Anon is coming out with the M2. As an alternative to the M1, it offers a frameless look, a slightly larger fit, and an increased field of vision while still employing the same Magna-Tech construction. Furthermore, due mainly to its rimless frame design, the M2’s lens swap procedure is even simpler than the M1’s.
If the Dragon APX was going to give birth to a prodigy it would be the new Dragon NFX goggle. Featured on pros like Luke Mitrani the NFX takes a stand against being able to see the whole mountain with one of the widest lens in the game. The Dragon NFX increases your performance by providing maximum peripheral vision and a comfortable fit. Dual Cylindrical Lens which naturally increase your depth perception while riding. Armored Frame Ventilation keeps your goggles clear and crisp with some extra help from Super-Anti Fog. Quick change lens bracket system allows easy lens change on the fly without any hassle. The Dragon NFX is a frameless wonder that’s going to turn heads as you fly right on by.
Within darkness there is light. The Doom’s Locksteady fingerprint-free quick-change lens system is your only hope for protection against the ever-changing elements of mother nature. Changing your lens just got as easy as push, pop and lock.
Smith I/O Scotty Lago Pro Model
Smith combined sleek styling with its easy-to-use quick release system to make the I/O Interchangeable Goggle your go-to all-season goggle. Smith uses its Vaporator lens technology on the I/O to keep fog off your lenses for crystal clear sight on the mountain.
The new Giro Blok™ goggle combines simple, old-school lines with our EXV Technology for a versatile goggle The huge volume frame and optimized vents keep the lens, featuring Optics by Carl Zeiss™, fog-free, while triple-layer face foam with micro fleece facing keeps the fit comfortable and secure. Giro’s revolutionary EXV frame design pushes the boundaries of peripheral vision by combining an innovative low-profile, scaled up frame that sits close to the temple with injection molded spherical or cylindrical lenses with Optics by Carl Zeiss.