Good Looks: Twelve New Goggles

Full frame, fog free, and fresh. You might not believe your eyes…

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Anon Hawkeye($125)

Interchangeable straps and spherical, all conditions protection. anonoptics.com

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Smith I/OS ($165)

Fast lens change, rimless and widescreen view. smithoptics.com

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Dragon Danny Davis Signature Rogue ($140)

Wraparound vision with a fog-free lens and adjustable hinges. dragonalliance.com

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Is Design Forma Signature ($120)

Equalizing valve prevents distortion at elevation; matching Airhole included. iseyewear.com

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Spy Trevor ($75)

Full frame and durable. Suited well for all-weather versatility. spyoptic.com

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Von Zipper Fubar ($75)

Low cost and loud with a larger fit. vonzipper.com

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Airblaster Tim Eddy ProAm ($99)

Recylced strap and a low-toxin frame. myairblaster.com

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Oakley Elevate ($155)

The Splice’s little bro/sis for unisex eye protection. oakley.com

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Drop Espi x Bigfoot ($120)

Memory-foam comfort with a medium-sized lens. dropmfg.com

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Sabre Easy Rider ($110)

A cold-resistant frame for Arctic mornings and reflecting. www.sabre.fm

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Electric EG2.5 Jamie Anderson ($170)

A more compact, ergonomic, and universal version of her iconic fishbowl brother. electricvisual.com

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Giro Basis ($89)

A full-sized frame and spherical lens tops off this helmet friendly goggle. giro.com