The Best Sunglasses and Goggles of Winter 2017

Protect your eyes with these enlightened picks.

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ZEAL Portal//RLs

Zeal Portal Goggles

No bending plastic, no smudges, and no learning curve: The interchangeable lenses on these goggles slide into the frames on a rail system, like a garage door. READ FULL REVIEW

Giro Facet

Giro Facet Goggles

Bargain women’s gear is usually an oxymoron—quality design and materials aren’t cheap—but consider the Facet an exception. READ FULL REVIEW



The only way to truly banish cloudy lenses is mechanically—in ABOM’s case, via an internal defroster, like a car. READ FULL REVIEW

Costa Del Mar Sunrise Silver MIRROR Lens

Costa Del Mar Sunrise Silver MIRROR Lens sunglasses

In cloudy, overcast, or stormy conditions, we reached for Costas with the new Sunrise Silver Lens. READ FULL REVIEW

Julbo Explorer 2.0

Julbo Explorer 2.0 sunglasses

Instead of packing both goggles and shades, our testers liked splitting the difference with these glacier glasses. READ FULL REVIEW

Sven Can See Anti-Fog Gel

Sven Can See Anti-Fog Gel

Consider this Binaca-size spray the next best thing to battery-powered goggles—and it’s only $11. READ FULL REVIEW

We think of summer as being the sunniest time of the year. But reflective, snow-covered ground can be bright as any day in the warm season—and can scorch your eyes if you’re not careful. Protect yourself with these 5 expert sunglass and goggles picks.