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Hit the powder in style


Planning to spend time out on the slopes? Our goggles guide shows you all the important things you should be looking for when searching for the right goggles. UV protection and comfort aside there are specifications like changeable lenses and anti-fog that should be at the front of your mind when picking new goggles. Take a look at a few of our top picks.




Once a niche characteristic for goggles, today, this is a necessity for those serious about their skiing. Being able to change the lens on your goggles means you’re no longer at the mercy of unpredictable and changing weather conditions. Dragon’s NFX2 Swiftlock functionality lets you effortlessly switch lenses as you please. Easy, fast and super convenient, swap out your lenses in no time at all!



Ensure your vision out on the snow is sharp and clear with modern advancements that help you see all the lumps and bumps up ahead. Take the brand new Dragon PXV. This goggle is perfect because not only does it look sleek and cool, but its exclusive Dragon LUMALENS® Technology and Panotech lens technology deliver enhanced colour vividness and depth perception. This means you’re less likely to knock into things in bright and clouded environments.



Gone are the days when a misty or highly condensed lens will get you down. Investing in goggles with special coatings and ventilation capabilities should be a must. The Dirty Dog Mutant Legacy features Custom Venting Air Flow Technology that has designated slots allowing for the intake and exhaust of cooling air, offering wearers peace of mind – and most importantly fog-free clear vision!



Dragon is a leader in the snow goggle business thanks to innovative designs and unique styling. Founded in Southern California, the brand also has a laidback and cool aesthetic, making it a favourite amongst the snowboarding elite and snow enthusiasts alike.


Dirty Dog is the popular sports brand that pioneers advancements in eyewear technology. Not only are their goggles comfortable and durable, but they are also known for their high-performance protection – which is just what you need when you’re out on the slopes all day.