The answer is $150 and up, especially if you want the latest in lens technology, polarization, photochromic, or a dual-lens setup. But, really that is a drop in the bucket considering how much you spend on lift tickets and all of your other ski/snowboard equipment. And, remember, a goggle is protecting your eyes and helping you see your best as your navigate the slopes!
With proper care (which we address with you), your goggle investment will last for years.
Have a list of reasons why you don't want to spend much money? We carry several options for under $100 which are quality goggles but do not offer the latest in technology. Let us show you the top of the line, as well as the budget goggles. OPEN DAILY at 9:00 a.m. during ski season.