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Whether you’re into skiing, snowboarding or any other snow sport, hitting the slopes is a winter treat indeed. But if you’re not geared up properly, your day can go downhill real fast. Thankfully, Amazon has a huge sale today on Wildhorn Roca ski and snow goggles—at just $35 for an adult pair, (originally $60), they’re 42 percent off!
This isn’t your everyday winter gear. Wildhorn is the official supplier of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard team! These goggles are the real deal.
The rugged, high-performance goggles feature impact-resistance, UV-protection, anti-fog technology, and panoramic viewing for a clear line of sight. And the magnetic lenses snap on and off in under a minute, which means more time skiing and less time tinkering.
“We have skiers, snowboarders and Cross country skiers in our household, so I’ve purchased a lot of goggles over the years,” writes one experienced mom. “These, by far stand head and shoulders above the rest. It isn’t just the super cool feature of the magnetic lenses and the easy way they pop in and then click closed as an extra safety. They are truly fog free.”
One five-star reviewer wrote: “These goggles are awesome! I love that the lens is so easy to switch out. Honestly I'm not good with that kind of stuff and usually get so frustrated but it was second nature and so self explanatory.”
With all that said, Wildhorn Rocas are just plain comfy.
“I love how comfortable the foam is and how easy it is to change out the lens!” writes another five-star reviewer. I like that they sit a little lower on my cheeks and nose because it will help keep my nose warmer in winter as well as increase visibility. The foam is really breathable. the strap feels durable... You will not find a better goggle in this price range.”
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