Posted on by Beckworth & Co.


If you decide to go skiing or snowboarding during this winter season, in addition to bringing your fancy clothes and board or other winter sports equipment, you don't want to forget about your skiing goggles. This small but important item can make a huge difference in your performance and fun you have on the slopes. 

You really want to begin your research by figuring out what type of goggles you want to get. There are cylindrical style goggles, spherical lens goggles, and other various shapes. The frame size also varies along with the cost. Are you someone who ski's all the time or the once a year type snowboarder? Since goggles range from 20 bucks to 200 and more, you really need to find something that fits your use case. Luckily the list we compile all have a good volume of reviews that are well above average so you can start there.

We've compiled a list based on well-reviewed items on Amazon to help get you started in your search for getting a great pair of well-reviewed ski goggles.

OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles PRO - Frameless, Interchangeable Lens

Compliments  Complaints
  • Great style and great value
  • Even on the lower end of the pricing spectrum, these goggles hold up. Many customers purchased multiple times
  • Magnetic attachments
  • Nice hard shell as opposed to a baggy
  • Some internal reflection issues
  • Over the glasses (OTG) worked for some and not for others
  • Wished there was lens only add-on

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Zionor X4 Ski Snowboard Snow Goggles Magnet Dual Layers

Compliments Complaints
  • Cheap and effective. One of the cheaper goggles out there
  • Great look and great price
  • The magnetic lens was useful and easy to use
  • Comfortable enough
  • Although it's pictured as reflective, it's actually very clear
  • Still fogged up a bit
  • Limits peripheral vision
  • Easy to scratch

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Zionor XA Ski Snowboard Snow Goggles Spherical Dual Lens Design

Compliments Complaints
  • Comfortable
  • Not reflexive as initially thought or advertised
  • Look great on the slopes and off the slopes
  • Even though they are not as "high end" and durable as some, you get a great pair for the price
  • Good visibility
  • Not scratch proof enough
  • Slight leakage for some
  • Hard to find an interchangeable lens
  • Not as durable as the higher end brands

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Oakley Airbrake Snow Goggles

Compliments Complaints
  • High-end goggles are best that many have used
  • Very durable with great visibility and anti-fog features
  • Good lighting within the goggles
  • The lens is easy to switch out
  • More expensive than most of the other goggles. Perhaps it is because of the Oakly brand associated with it.

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OutdoorMaster OTG Ski Goggles for Men, Women & Youth

Compliments Complaints
  • Great pair for men, women, and youth.
  • A very good "general" pair of goggles that fits most people with a consensus that it is comfortable and gets the job done. People take pricing into considering deeply and this pair fits the price point it's in with the quality it has.
  • Doesn't go over glasses well for many users
  • Had some fitting issues but for the price, it is hard to complain
  • Can scratch inside easily

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Smith Optics I/OX Goggles

Compliments Complaints
  • High-end made in the USA
  • Looks great and lens are easy to change out
  • People love the look for these goggles
  • Easy and useful interchangeable lens
  • Has fogging issues which is dissapointing because of the price of these goggles.
  • Customers had issues with trying to contact customer service about issues
  • Expensive for what you get

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Compliments Complaints
  • Cool pink colored goggles mainly targeting women
  • Very good price for what you get
  • Generally works well with decent comfort
  • Has basic fogging issues
  • Doesn't come with cloth case. No frills
  • Nose pressure issues
  • Not good for night use because of the dark tint

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