Curated Winter Sports experts recommend ski and snowboard goggles to riders and skiers gearing up to head out on the slopes. This list brings together their top recommended goggles under $150. Note, however, that we don't believe in "best of" lists here at Curated – everyone is different and we believe in finding the best gear for you and not generally for the masses. Want to make sure you find the perfect goggles for your next trip? Talk to a Winter Sports Expert here on Curated to get free, personalized recommendations on the right goggles for your needs.
- Smith Squad Goggles
- Smith Range Goggles
- Smith Squad XL Goggles
- Smith Frontier Goggles
- Anon Insight Goggles · Women's
- Giro Lusi Goggles · Women's
- Giro Method Goggles
- Anon Helix 2.0 Perceive Goggles + Bonus Lens
- Giro Index 2.0 Goggles
- Giro Ringo Goggles
Smith Squad Goggles
The Squad is a no-nonsense goggle from Smith. It comes with a ton of the great features Smith has designed in a more affordable package than some of their other goggles. It has a double-lens anti-fog design, their ChromaPop lenses (which reduce color blending and improve contrast), and a lens that is easy to change out if need be. Medium-to-large frame oriented fit.
These feature a semi-rimless design and an oversized cylindrical lens for increased field of vision. Interchangeable ChromaPop lenses enhance color and contrast for for excellent clarity in all conditions. Includes spare yellow low-light lens and microfiber goggle bag. Airflow technology keeps them well-ventilated, and a Fog-X anti-fog inner lens helps prevent fogging. Medium fit.
Cylindrical lens for clarity and impact resistance with built-in Airflow technology for active ventilation. Fog-X anti-fog inner lens for fog-free performance! Two-layer DriWix face foam wicks moisture for a fog-free fit.
Smith Range Goggles
These are great for someone looking for a budget friendly but reliable pair of goggles for getting out on the mountain. This isn't Smith's high-end lens or frame technology, but they get the job done!
These will help block the sun on those blue bird days while still keeping it light enough when it gets cloudy and dark.
This one also has ventilation and the lens is a good medium of night/overcast and sunny
Smith Squad XL Goggles
Great durable goggle for all sorts of conditions on the mountain, from snowy pow days to clear sunny hard pack days. These come with an interchangeable lens, great vision clarity, wide field of view, and anti-fog to keep it clear for you! This is a relatively basic Smith goggle, but doesn't sacrifice on quality and comes at a reasonable price. These are also in a sleek / low profile color since you didn't want anything too flashy. Comes with a second lens for low light, and Chromapop tech in the lens for maximum clarity in your vision.
The Squad goggle is great for any day on the slope. Smith crushed it with the Squad. Really cool design that's packed with innovative technology. An interchangeable lens system makes it easy to change the lens. Comfy two-layer DriWix face foam for maximum comfort.
These are Smith's largest cylindrical lenses for full-width vision in any terrain! ChromaPop heightens contrast and color. Three-layer DriWix face foam wicks moisture for a fog-free fit.
Smith Frontier Goggles
Smith Frontier goggles are setting the stage for cheap high end goggles. Great ventilation for the deep powder days or wet sloppy days. No more un-fogging goggles in the lift line!!
The Green Sol-X lense is ideal for sunny/bright light but will also work well in low/flat light! Performs well on those snowy whiteout days!
Anon Insight Goggles · Women's
A women's specific goggle made for smaller faces. Low profile cylindrical lens design maintains a wide field of view while full perimeter venting and anti-fog treatment keeps the lens fog-free in a wide range of temperatures.
Versatile Anon option with superior venting lenses that provide terrain-defining clarity. Comes with an anti fog treatment that works through a wide range of temperatures. This lens is designed with a wide field of view.
Giro Lusi Goggles · Women's
Interchangeable straps so you can match these with the rest of you look if you wanted! They feel very soft and comfy on the face with the triple layered foam with the microfleece facing contour. Super toric spherical lens on these gives you a good amount of vision in the periphery - pretty comparable to the ones below. They are a medium fit but where they stand out is the OTG feature so if you wear glasses, these are the ones you want!
Giro Method Goggles
The lens on this one and overall quality will be a step up from the squads. You don't get an additional low light lens but the ease of changing the lens out if you were to buy another one is great!
Anon Helix 2.0 Perceive Goggles + Bonus Lens
All mountain skiing, versatility, and durability/styling! Durable Construction with timeless flat lens look. Anon makes some of the best lens/frame combos in the industry. Zeiss optics (renowned for best optic technology in the world) crafts most of anon's lenses. These will look cool in any mountain lodge/bar or slashing turns on a powder days skiing the cirque at snowbird!
Giro Index 2.0 Goggles
These goggles are layered with OTG technology and an inner double-layer face foam and anti-fogging coating for the clearest and most comfortable riding. These goggles can fit glasses underneath them if needed.
Giro Ringo Goggles
These are a great goggle on the budget side. They come with 3 layer foam for comfort on your face and integrate seamlessly with Giro helmets. They have anti-fog treatment to help your vision stay clear.
Recommended for skiers with a medium/large head. Has an anti-fog coating, as well as vivid lens technology to help with contrast on cloudy days.
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