'Lympics done! Normal service can now resume, so bring on the gear ogling.
We still have loads of 2014-15 products for you to preview, but for now here's a sample of the best looking goggles we snapped at ISPO 2014 last month in Munich. Enjoy!
[part title="Anon MIG Magnetic Goggles 2015"]
A lot of the Olympic slopestyle riders were rocking these, though they were cleverly disguised flags replacing Anon's logo.
The magnetic lens changing system is heralded as a 'revolution,' it might not seem like such a big deal but after scuffing your lovely shiny lens for the umpteenth time trying to wrestle it in to a standard frame you might see this as the future...
[part title="Ashbury Kaleidoscope Goggles 2015"]
Ashbury sure know how to make a goggle, their simple and fog-free optics solutions are all always a favourite for those that choose to invest in them.
We liked these ones because of their simple yet eye-catching designs, especially that 'Murican one in the middle. How rare is it to see an understated American flag?
[part title="Dragon NFX Goggles 2015"]
Dragon were among the first to bring frameless goggles to the market with their APX model, but these 2D frames keep them well-ahead of the game looks wise, especially in this lurid orange.
Frameless googs are meant to expand your visual horizon, anyone tried them yet?
[part title="Dye Dan Brisse Pro Goggles 2015"]
Whilst Dye aren't the biggest brand over here in Europe, they still make some of the best looking goggles on the market.
Good enough for Dan Brisse? They should be good enough for you.
[part title="Electric EG3 Goggles 2015"]
Here's Electric's offering for the frameless fan; simple, elegant and with a range of sweet lenses what more could you want?
[part title="Giro Justin Krietermeyer Goggles 2015"]
Tye Dye goggles! Not the first we've seen but definitely among the best, let Giro take you back to the 70s.
[part title="Nike Command Goggles 2015"]
After this year's colab with Dragon Optics, Nike are now pushing their own range of goggles. Still similar to their origins the APXs, these were our favourite. Simple design seems to be the name of the game for goggles this year no?
[part title="Shred No Distortion Goggles 2015"]
Still with one of the best brand names in snowboarding, Shred are back with another range of goggles for 2014-2015 including these bad boys.
Check out the wood effect strap, love it!
[part title="Smith IO Goggles 2015"]
The Smith IOs have been one of the most popular goggles since their release, they were one of the first brands to start thinking outside the box when it came to easier ways of swapping out lenses.
The simple click and shred system is still one of the best, and they look damn good too!
[part title="Spy Zoom Goggles 2015"]
Cheeky strap design here from Spy; did you know almost twice as many Rizlas are sold for than the corresponding amount of rolling tobacco? People must be pretty careless...
[part title="Von Zipper Beefy Goggles 2015"]
Less of a name, more of a description, these were among the biggest googs on offer at ISPO. We loved them, we just hope they fit under our helmets...