Men’s Snowboard Goggles

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Goggle SocGoggle Soc
Smith Squad XL GoggleSmith Squad XL Goggle
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Smith I/O MAG S GoggleSmith I/O MAG S Goggle
Xtreme Classic Mirrored Goggles WhiteXtreme Classic Mirrored Goggles Black
Smith Squad GoggleSmith Squad Goggle
Smith I/O MAG GoggleSmith I/O MAG Goggle
Dragon NFX2 GoggleDragon NFX2 Goggle
Dragon DX3 OTG GoggleDragon DX3 OTG Goggle
Dragon X2s GoggleDragon X2s Goggle
Dragon X2 GoggleDragon X2 Goggle
Dragon X1s GoggleDragon X1s Goggle
Dragon X1 GoggleDragon X1 Goggle
Smith Skyline XL GoggleSmith Skyline XL Goggle
Smith I/O Mag XL GoggleSmith I/O Mag XL Goggle
Dragon R1 OTG GoggleDragon R1 OTG Goggle
100% Snowcraft XL Goggle100% Snowcraft XL Goggle
100% Snowcraft Goggle100% Snowcraft Goggle
100% Norg Goggle100% Norg Goggle
Smith Sequence OTG Goggle
Dragon PXV GoggleDragon PXV Goggle
Dragon NFX2 GoggleDragon NFX2 Goggle

Snow Goggles For Men, Which One to Pick?

The many snow goggles might look similar, but functionally there is a lot of difference that must be considered when choosing the right goggles for a day out on the slopes. More in-depth information is available on each product listing, but in overview you should consider the following:

  • Comfort. Yes, right at the top of the list is comfort, or how well the googles fit your face. It should fit snug, but not tight. You should wear the goggles all day without realising their presence, as this allows you to focus on your snowboarding and skiing.
  • UV protection. The lens of the goggles must be coated with a UV block because out there in the snow, UV light is a major risk the eye health. A polarised lens is also great.
  • Lens colour. The colour of the lens should also be considered, and here it is often good to own several men’s snow ski goggles. Go with rose, yellow or orange lenses on cloudy days, as it allows more visual light transmission. Orange and amber lenses are best for most conditions.

Also remember a "Gogglesoc" to protect the lens of the men’s snowboard goggles from scratches when the goggles are not on your face, protecting your eyes from wind, snow and fatigue.


How do I choose ski goggles?

Choose your ski goggles based on the type of skiing or snowboarding you’ll be doing. What’s the terrain like and how will it affect your choice of ski goggles lens? Find out what ski goggles you should buy in our Choosing Ski Goggles guide.

What color lens is best for ski goggles?

The color lens best for ski goggles is rose/pink, yellow, orange, blue, and mirror finish lens. Rose, yellow and orange lenses allow more Visual Light Transmission (VLT) and are perfect for cloudy and overcast days. Orange/amber ski goggle lens are best for all-rounder conditions. We recommend all of these lens but ultimately, the best ski goggles for you depends on the type of sunlight conditions you'll be facing.

What are the best ski goggles?

The best ski goggles for you are:
  • A pair that fit your face and your nose
  • The right lens for the sunlight conditions at your locations
  • Includes foam for comfort
  • Vents to prevent fogging
  • Secure strap so your goggles don’t slide around
  • Are compatible with your helmet
See our Ski Goggles Guide for more.

Can you use sunglasses instead of ski goggles?

You can use sunglasses instead of ski goggles on the ski slopes, depending on the weather. Sunglasses are great on sunny days. Ski goggles, however, not only protect your eyes from sunlight but also protect your eyes from the wind. Ski goggles are suitable for all kinds of weather. See our Ski Goggles Guide for more.

Should ski goggles be polarized?

Polarized ski goggles can improve your vision while on the slopes in all weather conditions as they reduce glare. It will be far easier to view your surroundings with polarized lens even in bright sunlight. However, not all polarized ski goggles come with UV protection, so ensure you get a pair with UV protection.

How do you stop ski goggles from fogging up?

To stop ski goggles from fogging up, take your ski goggles off, check the vents, spin them around and get some cold air in to defog ski goggles quickly. Clean ski goggles with this method and don’t wipe the inside lens - you’ll be wiping off the anti-fog film. See our Ski Goggles Guide to find out how to stop ski goggles from fogging up.

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