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Zeal Slate Goggles

rated 4 of 5 stars A medium fit, over-the-glass goggle with a polarized lens. Helmet compatible with an impact resistant frame. Works well on sun scale of cloudy to bright sun. The Zeal Optics Slate goggle series is available in a variety of lens types and colors that can be paired with many different frame colors. The pair I received for testing were Upland Grass frames fitted with a Polarized Automatic lens. These lenses feature a VLT (visible light transmission) of 18-33% which for me provided excellent visibility… Full review

Native Eyewear Treeline

rated 4 of 5 stars These goggles provide a huge field of vision while fitting over most eyeglasses. Photochromic lens reacts quickly to changing light conditions. I received the Native Eyewear Treeline goggles last February and have worn them about 20 days for ski testing in both winter and spring conditions. These large lens goggles fit well with my ski helmet and I really like how they cover all of my face from my cheeks up to my helmet. The less skin showing the better for both protection from the sun, snow, or… Full review

Julbo Micropores

rated 4 of 5 stars I wear Ray Ban Aviators for driving (55mm lens width; 14mm bridge width; 135mm temple length). With the bridge width of 24mm on the Micropores, I thought they would be big but they fit fine and are very comfortable. Moldable temples are nice for dialing a good fit. 12/3/16 hiked up Mount Moosilauke. On the summit I layered up and put on my Julbos. It was about 20mph winds with gusts to about 35mph and temps. about 15 degrees. The Micropores fogged a little but cleared quickly. The glasses developed… Full review

Julbo Explorer

rated 5 of 5 stars Quite possibly the best glacier/mountaineering glasses made. The Julbo Explorers build on an already impressive history of quality from the French company. The Julbo Explorer is probably the best Julbo product I have used. As a professional wilderness adventure guide, ski guide, and mountain trek leader I have used numerous Julbo glasses over the years (25 to be precise) and the Explorers are the best I have ever used. The adjustability off the stems, and the bridge makes these have an exceptional… Full review

Ltd. Optics The Chameleon

rated 5 of 5 stars I spend a lot of time outdoors and I have sensitive eyes so wearing sunglasses is a must. I've owned tons of sunglasses over the years and these are among the best! So I bought these sunglasses after a friend of mine let me try hers out. I have sensitive eyes so I am almost always wearing sunglasses when I'm outside. I've owned tons of sunglasses over the years from Oakley, RayBan, Arnette, Spy, Von Zipper, Proof, Cassette, and more. These are among my favorite pairs every owned and for under $50,… Full review

Native Eyewear Backbowl

rated 4 of 5 stars Outstanding fit and performance in a helmet compatible goggle. Rapid reacting "SnowTuned lens" cuts glare and provides excellent peripheral vision. As a downhill and backcountry skier and avid snowshoer, I am always on the lookout for serious eye protection. I was lucky enough to get a pre-release sample from Native Eyewear's new Backbowl goggle line in February 2016. The Backbowl goggle comes in five models and I chose the Ribbit model for testing. Testing was done in and out of bounds at a variety… Full review

POC Lobes

rated 4 of 5 stars The Poc Lobes are excellent goggles. They fit very well to the face. They don't squeeze on the nose. They don't fog up. The Poc Lobes is an excellent goggle. The spherically shaped large lens ensures an incredible good and wide view. The goggle is well ventilated, so you don't have to worry about fog and loss of view. It fits well on most faces and doesn't squeeze on the nose, so breathing won't be interfered with by the goggle. All in all, Poc Lobes is a beautiful modern goggle. Full review

Julbo Colorado

rated 4 of 5 stars Great bang-for-your-buck glacier glasses. I used these glacier glasses daily for 45 days on an icefield expedition. Fit: They are comfortable under a helmet, beanie, or hat. These glasses run wide, so if you have a narrow face, consider trying them on before purchasing. The piece that goes behind your ears has a bendable wire in it that you can mold to whatever shape you like to make the glasses stay on better. The retention strap slides off easily as soon as your sunscreen lubes up the frame, so… Full review

Native Eyewear Hardtop Ultra

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The native Hardtop Ultra sunglasses have worked really well backpacking, hiking, and paddle boarding. They are lightweight, stay on your head well, and have excellent Polarized lens. The Native Hardtop Ultra model is, as the name suggests, a top-frame-only sunglass style. They come in a crush proof case with an extra set of interchangeable lenses and a handy cleaning cloth. The lenses provided are dark grey and brown, allowing you to change the lens depending on the brightness of the sunlight. The… Full review

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