Spy’s new Ace EC goggle uses a single electrochromic lens that lets you change the tint with a touch of a button. Yep, one lens for everything. So, how does it actually work in reality, and are there any downsides? Check out our review.
We just added a number of new models to our sunglasses roundup, including both men’s and women’s styles, and options for everything from lounging by the pool, to racing sports cars, to hitting the trails.
High-quality goggles have become quite expensive, but Glade Optics is aiming to change that with their Challenger goggle. We spent much of this season testing the Challenger, and have come away very impressed. Check out our review and our Glade lens comparisons.
The most difficult conditions to ski in are not due to poor snow conditions, but poor light conditions. The Oakley Airbrake is highly recommended for anyone looking for easy lens-changing ability and outstanding optics.