Polarized. Photochromic. High-VLT. The array of goggle options is enough to make anyone go googly-eyed, but you can trust the Quest Outdoors folks to help you find the right pair for your needs and budget. For example, most goggles feature venting to reduce lens fogging. But if you tell us you’re going to be snowboarding in extreme cold, we might suggest a pair with narrower vents to keep your face from freezing off. Do a lot of night skiing? We’ll recommend clear lenses. Otherwise, it’s brown, gray and copper-hued options for bright, sunny slopes. See? You’re already well on your way to becoming a goggle guru yourself.
Types of Winter Goggles We Carry
• Interchangeable Lenses
Brands we carry:
- Smith Optics