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Large ski goggles
sure the goggles will fit over them. Goggle Care Once you have made an investment and purchased a pair of goggles, youll want to protect them in order to ensure that they last as many seasons as possible. Smith, Giro, Bolle, and others have models that are specifically designated as OTG (its often called out right in their name but a number of large-framed goggles work just as well. Below are the best ski goggles for the season. The large, angled brim on the Bern Watts is one of the worst offenders and limits its compatibility to mostly medium-sized goggles. Some ski goggles have nose guards designed for warmth and to protect your nose in a fall. Its the reason we rank the Smith I/O ChromaPop at the top of our list even if it takes a little longer to swap from a low light to bright light lens. Updated last year with the larger Airbrake XL, the design trades the wild Stormtrooper look of the original for a more traditional, large spherical lens and low key frame.
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Oakleys new Fall Line goggle packs their premium lens technology into a trimmed down shape. Interchangeable lenses dominate the high end of the market with systems that are getting quicker and easier by the year. Take the fantastic lens interchange technology of the Dragon X2 above, add it to the mid-level NFX goggles, and you get the NFX2. Buy two, send one back. More, while weve found that although the Zeiss lenses do a great job amplifying details in the snow, they are a bit duller overall than ChromaPop. But this doesnt detract from the awesome visibility and what we consider to be the best overall large-frame goggle on the market. Wider vents tend to do this better than narrow vents or tiny vent holes. It's important to note these upgraded lenses are most valuable in difficult lighting and aren't a necessary feature, but the difference is noticeable and can be worth the extra investment for the committed skier and snowboarder. Anon honed things in even further with a thin frame (the M2 was partially frameless) that protects the lens along with two additional magnets to better hold everything in place.