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For just $25, get prepared to hit the slopes.
Half the battle of picking up a new activity — or perfecting an old one — is getting the right equipment for the task, and that certainly applies to skiing and snowboarding. Of course, warm winter gear is the first step, but the accessories you choose to take on the slopes can make or break your experience.
In the market for a new pair of goggles? Right now, the best-selling OutdoorMaster Anti-Fog Ski Goggles are on sale for as low as $25, so you can hit the mountain in style without having to worry about biting wind in your eyes or clouded vision.
To buy: amazon.com, $27 (originally $29)
Unpredictable weather can leave the skin on your face exposed to the elements, but these sturdy, high-quality goggles are built for comfort with an adjustable elastic strap suitable to fit over your glasses. The frame is made of thermoplastic urethane polymer with an anti-slip coating to stay put on your face, and triple layer foam promotes airflow through your goggles as you ski to reduce condensation buildup.
There’s nothing worse than experiencing clouded vision while you’re trying to maneuver down the mountain, but an optimized anti-fog, UV protection treatment lens allows you to ski fog-free, and dual-layer lens technology helps to keep your goggles clear and unobstructed regardless of the weather. Not to mention the lens is built with enhanced durability technology, making your goggles impact resistant — even if you take a tumble or two. Recommended by Olympic competitors such as Lara Wolf, Noah Vicktor, and Lukas Müllauer, you can’t go wrong with this budget-friendly, sturdy pair.
To buy: amazon.com, $25 (originally $28)
Shoppers also swear by the OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles to take on the slopes, earning them a best-selling spot on Amazon as well as more than 1,600 perfect ratings. In fact, one customer raved that they were a “great value” and added that they remained “crystal clear” and the “anti-fog worked great.” Another shopper spoke to the great value of these goggles, writing that they “skied with friends who had expensive goggles” and although their pairs fogged up, “mine never did.”
Comfort is key when it comes to your gear for outdoor activities, and shoppers reveal this pair hits the mark. One customer called them a “great value,” even sharing that they “almost forgot I had them on [because] they were so comfortable.” Another seasoned snowboarder wrote, “I’ve been snowboarding for over 13 years and have gone through a few different brands of goggles,” noting, “These are awesome. Clear vision while still blocking the sunlight.”
To buy: amazon.com, $25 (originally $27)
Available in 20 different colors, the comfortable, stylish, and cost-effective OutdoorMaster Anti-Fog Ski Goggles are the perfect accessory to strap onto your helmet whether you’re just learning to ski or you’ve been tearing up the mountain for years.
At the time of publishing, the price started at $25.
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