Colour: Shreddy Yeti / Grey Cobalt Lens
Sale price$55.99 Regular price$69.99
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Lens Colour Description Base Colour
VIVID Jet Black
VLT: 9%
VLT: 13%
VLT: 14%



VLT: 14%
Sunny / Variable
VLT: 16%
VIVID Copper
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 18%
VIVID Emerald
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 22%
VIVID Rose Gold
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 24%
VIVID Petrol
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 27%
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 28%
Variable / Mixed Clouds / Low Light
VLT: 32%
Sunny / Variable / Mixed Clouds
VLT: 35%
VIVID Infrared
Low Light
VLT: 58%
Low Light / Night
VLT: 75%

Ski Goggles are one of the most essential pieces of your ski gear. They provide the ability to differentiate snow forms, keep snow and wind out of your eyes, and most importantly, protect your eyes from harmful UV rays that bounce around on snow. Any good snow goggles will provide adequate UV protection, what makes a pair of goggles great is ease of use and performance.

Fitting a Pair of Goggles

One of the most important things to look for in a pair of goggles is fit. There are no facial measurements that dictate whether a Small, Medium or Large goggle size will work. Its something that is often instinctively known or worked out through trial and error. We typically aim to fit people with the largest goggle their face shape can allow as it allows for maximum range of vision.

Frame Size Description Helmet Compatibility
Small Low Profile Goggles to suit smaller faces Limited to Kids, Small or Small/Medium Helmets
Medium Medium sized goggles providing good field of vision & fitting most face sizes Great 
Large Massive goggles aimed at providing maximum field of vision Limited to Large or X Large Helmets


When trying on a pair of goggles for the first time, hold them up to your face with a little bit of pressure and check that the foam is in contact with your face all the way around. The aim is to have them feeling secure but gentle. How tight the strap is has a huge effect on the pressure the goggles exert on your face, so if they feel too tight, loosen it off a little.

For one reason or another, traditional goggle shapes don’t agree with the stereotypical face shape of Asian skiers. To counter this, goggle companies add an extra layer of padding around the nose area in ‘Asian Fit’ or 'Low Bridge' models. This often minimises any gap between the foam and the face that can lead to increased airflow through the goggles.

Goggle Features

The Main features to look out for when purchasing goggles are Lens Technology and Quality, Number of Lenses, and Lens Interchangability.

Most Brands have a proprietary lens technology, Oakley Prizm, Smith Chromapop, Anon Perceive etc. These all function slightly differently but aim to improve the quality and clarity of your vision out on the hill. The development of these lenses have improved the overall quality of goggles massively compared to goggles of yesteryear.

The Quality of each lens can be hard to define, but it is often dramatic between low and high end goggles. In many cases you get what you pay for here, the more expensive goggles will likely come with nicer features, multiple lenses and better interchange systems, but also much more premium lenses that will last longer and be more resistant to fogging and scratches.

Our favourite goggles here in the store all come with multiple lenses and rapid fire lens interchange systems that allow for near instantaneous lens change. Having the wrong lens for a sunny or low light day can sap the enjoyment of skiing.

Many of the high end, fast interchange systems use magnets, or a combination of magnets and manual locking mechanisms. This allows for auto aligning of the lens and rock solid connections.

Anon deserve a specific call out for how quick and easy the interchange system is on their Magna tech goggles (M3, M4 etc.) These goggles pioneered the Magnetic interchange revolution and are still the fastest option on the market.

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Your new goggles are looking fresh out of the box, my guess you want to keep them that way. Goggle lenses are quite delicate and are extremely easy to damage, but by following these guidelines you will allow them to have the longest life possible.

Avoid touching the inside of the Goggles lens

The first and most important step to looking after your goggles is to try and never touch the inside of the lens. Sometimes this is impossible to avoid, but try to at all costs, especially when wet. 

Don't wear your goggles on your Beanie or Helmet

Avoiding this has many benefits. It will help to prevent any moisture getting to the inside of the lens from perspiration, which leads to fogging up (especially on a wet day). This will also help keep tension in the elastic strap by not stretching it and help to maintain the optimum fit.

When our goggles are on our heat it can be easy to forget that they’re there, making them more prone to damage.

Clean your Goggles with a Microfibre Bag

Your goggles will likely come with a microfibre bag – use this to clean your goggles lenses. It’s always best to carry it in your pocket when you are out skiing/snowboarding.

Store your Goggles in a Microfibre Bag

This one is a no brainer. Whether you are heading for Aprés drinks, back to the lodge, or back to your car. When your goggles have dried out a bit, chuck them in the microfibre bag to avoid them rubbing against any foreign objects. If you’re after even more protection, a Dakine Goggle Stash will store your goggles in a fleece lined, padded case and keep spare lenses separate too.

Tips and tricks to prevent fogging up

Goggles can fog up pretty easily, and it’s a sure fire way to ruin your day. Follow these couple extra pointers that will improve your day drastically:

  • Get fitted properly
  • Don’t wipe the inside of the lens
  • Don’t wear your goggles on your head (especially on a wet day)
  • Keep air vents free of snow and ice
  • Don’t tuck in neck warmer or balaclava
  • Dry them out at the end of the day

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Any defective items that are still within the manufacturer’s warranty period will be returned to the manufacturer or their local agent for warranty assessment.

The manufacturer or their local agent has sole discretion in determining whether an item is defective and qualifies for a repair or replacement.

Be sensible – if you slide rails or hit rocks, your skis aren’t going to get replaced. 

Chips to the edges of a ski's topsheet & topsheet peeling caused by skiing with your feet close together or banging your skis together on a lift are not covered by warranty.

Contact us with your proof of purchase to begin the process.

Luggage: Please note that luggage warranties specifically refer to manufacturing defects, not damage sustained during travel. For example a tear in the fabric isn't covered, but a burst seam or defective zip is.

Airline policies differ, but generally require you to report damage sustained to your luggage either at the airport or within 1-3 days of your flights in order to receive compensation.


Too big, too small, not stoked on the colour? No worries!

First step is to lodge an RMA request on your account page:

Items marked as Clearance are not eligible for a change of mind return. 

In-store: Subject to the below conditions, items purchased in-store can be returned for an exchange or store credit within 14 days of purchase. 

Online: Subject to the below conditions, items purchased online can be returned for a refund within 30 days of purchase.

Return shipping to us is at your own cost. Address all parcels to: 11 Aberdeen Rd Prahran VIC 3181

Return Conditions:

  • The item must be in unused/unworn and in re-saleable condition
  • Packaging must be original & undamaged with all stickers/tags etc still attached & factory seal intact.
  • Avalanche Safety items are not eligible for returns

Electronic devices:

  • Device must not have been turned on and/or the battery inserted.
  • Device must be returned in factory sealed packaging.


  • Please note that we cannot accept returns/exchanges on skis that have been mounted.

Ski Boots:

  • Specifically for ski boots we ask you to not mark the soles while trying them on at home, only walk on carpet, boots used on concrete/hard surfaces will be refused a return.
  • Any attempt at heat moulding/boot modification will void the eligibility for return.
  • Boots that have been heat-moulded or customised in any way in-store can't be returned


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