Ski Goggles Comparison Tables

We consulted snow sport retailers and ski instructors to survey the most popular goggle options for skiers and riders. We compiled a list of a dozen popular options and whittled it down from there to select the our best options for three types of skiers and riders. We also combed an extensive list of third party reviewers, including Outdoor Gear Lab, Powder, Outside, and Switchback Travel. These expert opinions helped us define what technology and features are state of the art in this category. Where these reviews focus primarily on higher-end products, our recommended picks at Treeline reflect a broader overview of what each goggle manufacturer has on the market in 2019.

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The Basics

The table below summarizes price, helmet compatibility, and frame size.

PRODUCTAWARDPRICEHELMET COMPATIBLE?FRAME SIZE
Best Overall$200-$230YMedium
Upgrade Pick$220 YMedium
Budget Pick$100 YLarge
 

Specs

Lens type? Lens tech? You decide what’s important for you.

PRODUCTLENS TYPEQUICK CHANGE LENS SYSTEMLENS TECHFACE FOAM
SphericalYNot polarized, Chromapop3-Layer DriWix Face Foam
SphericalNNot polarized, PrizmTriple Layer Polar Fleece Foam
Injection-Molded CylindricalInterchangeableNot polarizedTriple Layer Foam
 

Didn’t Make the Cut

Some of the ski goggles we considered didn’t make the cut.

PRODUCTPRICE
Smith Fuel V.1$45
Dragon NFX2$180-$200
Dragon X2s$220-$270
POC Orb Clarity$250
Smith Skyline$170-$200
Anon m3$220
Anon m2$230
Smith Range$55-$75