Gear Roundup: Quick-Change Lens Goggles

You may not think goggles are an important part of your setup, but every rider knows, or eventually figures out, that if you don’t have good optics you’re going to have a terrible day on the hill. Whether you’re into oversized lenses or go for a teched-out setup, the ability to easily change your lens while shredding has become more popular over that past few years and goggle manufacturers are taking note.

Below are our favorite picks for quick-change lens goggles that will keep your vision clear no matter what Mother Nature throws at you.

Smith I/OX – $175

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Oakley Airbrake – $220

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Zeal Voyager – $129

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VonZipper El Kabong – $190

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anon M1 – $220

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Dye CLK – $210

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