5 Rad Goggles


Nothing is worse than foggy goggles—okay, maybe no goggles. The point is you need to see to shred. The good news, there are tons of goggles out there to choose from. Based on budget and your needs like whether you wear a helmet or not or maybe your eyes are close together, choosing the right frame is easy. Go to the shop and strap some on. How's the peripheral vision? Can you see lots of frame? Do you look awesome? Buy the ones that feel best to you. That's it. Yes, we know there are other brands and other styles on the market. These are just 5 that are sweet.


Electric EG2.5 ($160)

For medium to smaller faces, the EG2.5 is solid. With more lens and less frame it's a team fave.

Key Features

• 100% UV Protection

• Dual Spherical Polycarbonate Lens

• Super A/R Coating Anti-Reflective Technology

• Contoured Triple Layer Face Foam



Ashbury Warlock ($70)

This frame has a simple, clean design and the face foam is hypo-allergenic. For what it's worth, Ashbury has no ski team (yet).

Key Features

• Double Anti-Fog, Anti-Scratch Protection

• SnapFit™ Lens Technology For Easy Lens Changing

• 100% UVA/UVB/UVC Protection

• Free Extra Yellow Lens Included



Anon Majestic ($100)

This is a women's frame, made for ladies or dudes with smaller faces. Strap, lens, and color combinations are endless.

Key Features

• Interchangeable Strap Tech

• Dual Lens Anti-fog Protection

• Full Perimeter Channel Venting

• Dual & Triple Density Face Foam



Dragon Rogue Danny Davis ($150)

The Rogue is a lightweight, low-profile frame with a wide-angle view. Davis runs this one, so you know it's built to perform.

Key Features

• Optically Correct Lens

• Super Anti-Fog Lens

• Helmet Compatible

• Triple Layer Face Foam



Spy Trevor ($65)

Clean looks and a good price for all the features you need. Spy team riders are all about the Trevor frame.

Key Features

• Durable Unibody Frame

• 100% UV Protection

• Triple Layer Isotron™ Face Foam

• Helmet Compatible