Last year, these goggles were our go-to pair. The magnetic lens swap is simple and straightforward, so you can easily adjust to changing weather while on an alpine ascent. We also like the wide field of vision and the Contact’s subtle style.

This past winter, our writer tested 20 new ski and snowboard goggles and the Scott Linx came out on top. He called these the best “performance bang for your buck.” “We took the Linx out in storms and blue-sky sessions through the spring and forgot we weren’t wearing goggles…

Build confidence and skill before your first big dip

Beacon, check. Shovel, check. Hawaiian shirt, check.

Our favorite snow-sports eyewear of all time, from affordable to high-tech

Our resident gear expert is a fan of rising at the crack of dawn to get a couple laps in

This dorky little windshield wiper is the world's most effective tool for cleaning your goggles

New gear that doesn't cost a month's rent

Ben shows off our top gear picks under $50

The Smith I/O was already one of our favorite pairs of goggles—and now it’s even better, thanks to a new magnetic lens-swapping system

Trekking the span of the frigid southernmost continent alone and unaided demands durable equipment

Knowing the basics on lenses, fit, and venting will help you find a pair you love

With a new year and new gear right around the corner, it's time to take a look back at our favorite products from the past 12 months

This simple, affordable product will protect your expensive eyewear

From ski straps to boot bags, here's our favorite gear for getting to the hill and back

New lens designs are improving the view even on low-contrast days

Tough and functional for those long days on snow

Can Spy's new electrochromic tint-changing lens unseat the Smith—my favorite goggles ever—from its throne?

The prescription goggles are the best solution for those who simply can't go without their specs on the slopes

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