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Wearing the right goggle can mean the difference between looking like a don, and looking like an idiot. Choosing a goggle is easier said than done, but do it right and you'll feel invincible.
Don't get tunnel vision. If you want to look like you definitely know what you're doing this winter, get a load of these goggles. You'll look so rad you'll be knee deep in, ermm... powder, before you know it.
[part title="Adidas ID2"]
We kick off with global mega-brand Adidas and their ID2 goggle. Just look at it. Understated grey and black, with a hint of their footballing past. These frames are packed with tech - nanofoam, 2-frame levelling, Climacool ventillation and so forth. Tech aside, Adidas have produced the goods once again.
[part title="Ashbury Bullet"]
Be destructive with Ashbury's new 2014 Bullet. Offering a huge colour range, but always keeping it simple yet sophisticated, these goggles will have you calling shotgun every day of the week.
[part title="Ashbury Kaleidoscope"]
YEAH BABY! Get down and get funky with this funkalicious (Yep, that's now a word) 2014 Ashbury Kaleidoscope eyepiece. With a paint job straight out of theswinging 60's, you'll feel like boogying on down all night long. Trust.
[part title="Anon Comrade"]
The 2014 Comrade is a tidy bit of gear. Huge peripherals, top quality ventilation and a great colour scheme. That massive field of vision comes thanks to Anon's a 3D curve, meaning unrestricted views, less distortion and, most importantly, you will look pretty awesome.
[part title="Dragon NFX Rockstar"]
Party like Ozzy Osbourne (before it all got a bit much) in these mouth-wateringly sexy NFX Rockstars. The epitome of frameless goggles, these MASSIVE lenses will let you see the girls, and the girls see you. Just don't go biting the head of any birds.
[part title="Dye T1"]
Now in it's second year, these T1's are a strong competitor. Frameless, simple, interchangeable, visionary. That is all.
[part title="Electric EGV"]
Like bright bold block colours? So do we. That's why the EGV is right in the mixer. Loud and proud, you can be sure to be seen in these eye-openers. So simple, yet so awesome!
[part title="Electric APO EG2"]
With a colour scheme including Salmonella, Toxic Snot and FXCK Cancer, these goggles are sick. Considering the designers went down the functionality first route, these goggles sure do pack a visual punch!
[part title="Electric EGBS2"]
Completing a hat-trick of electrically charged goggles, the EGBS2 in combat camo will certainly not have you hiding in the trees. The reason I like this goggle? There's a freakin' lion on the strap. What more do you want?
[part title="Oakley Canopy"]
Oakley make good goggles, that much is pretty well known. This years' Canopy is a massive contender. Simple and straight to the point, this is a very good goggle. They have a decent variety of colours but here at Whitelines HQ we like the sleek, suave, haunting Medieval Blue above.
[part title="Oakley Airbrake"]
Didn't think it'd be in the list huh? Course it is! This is one the biggest sellers currently and it's no wonder. Oakley's distinctive O-Flow arch (now patented) just looks darn great, it's got a massive frame and a huge lense to boot. Oakley's easy to use Switchlock system makes it easy to change lenses, so no more complaining about the wrong lens. There are no excuses!
[part title="Oakley A-Frame"]
The Gretchen Bleiler signature series hits the stores this winter, and they look pretty fresh. You might not hit the superpipe in the quite the same way, but you might feel like you could after donning a pair of these for a few hours.
[part title="POC Retina WO"]
If you are a woman (or man, for that matter) who likes pink, then look no further. The POC Retina WO is for you. Its simple and understated. You will actually feel like a Snow Queen. Plus, POC do matching helmets as well. Well how about that!
[part title="Shred Stupefy"]
Probably my favourite goggles going at the moment, purely for the colours. Oversize frame, oversize lens, oversize colours, oversize personality. Brighter is better with the Stupefy. The Fanatic colours on the goggle above remind me of Cool Runnings (almost). Feel the rhythm, feel the ride, get on up, it's snowboard time!
[part title="Smith Bob Smith Retro"]
When Dr Bob Smith sat down and invented the dual lens we see today, he was having a good day. The limited edition Dr Bob I/O is a mark of respect to the great man himself. Style may evolve, but Dr Bob's original technology has stood the test of time. And plus, the design is truly special. Modern yet retro all in one. All hail Dr Bob.
[part title="Smith Xavier De la Rue"]
Smith are excelling at goggles this year, clearly. The aptly named Xavier Charger is Xavier De le Rue's pro model and it is about as epic as the man himself. You don't need to smash out some death-defying near-vertical line to feel like the big-mountain man. Just chuck on a pair of these Chargers on your face and away you go. The sky's the limit. Can't beat the devilish black/red combo either.
[part title="Spy+ Seventh Letter"]
The Seventh Letter Platoon goggle is loud. This is only a good thing on the slopes. In a world where bigger is better, this goggle is a perfect fit. It's as if Spy have taken the plunge and give a paint pallet to a toddler, and hey presto, this is the result! A pretty awesome goggle with a killer paint job.
[part title="Spy+ Carl Zeiss bias"]
Pink is back, and Spy + have collaborated with Carl Zeiss Optics to create a range of eyewear. This pink masterpiece is part of that range. I'm getting some pretty strong vibes from this goggle. Huge frame for maximum colour exposure. You want to be seen in this. It's even got a flexible frame for smaller faces. Go on, I dare you.