Top 4 Goggles: The best ski goggles of 2012/13

Top 4 Goggles: The best ski goggles of 2012/13

The are hundreds of goggles on the market today, most of which will protect your eyes from the sun and snow. But for those looking for a pair that do more than the bare essentials (and look great, too) these are the best four 2013 goggles. These are our Editor’s Picks.

Don’t know exactly what you’re looking for? Read our How to Buy Goggles feature.

Editor’s picks are listed in alphabetical order.

Anon M1 Goggles

MSRP: $200
“Six magnets located around the edge of the frame correspond to those on the scratch-resistant lens allowing for effortless swapping.”
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Oakley Tanner Hall Signature Canopy Goggles

MSRP: $170
“Exceptionally comfortable, the Canopy features an impressively large field of vision.”
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Smith I/OX Goggles

MSRP: 175
“Sporting the same quick-changing lens system as the wildly popular I/O goggle, the I/OX sweetens the pot with a larger field of vision and the company’s new 5X Anti-Fog inner lens.”
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Spy Platoon Goggles

MSRP: $140
“The patented Scoop ventilation system will keep your oversized lenses as dry as your face.”
Read our review

See all of our goggle reviews here.

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