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American downhill skier Ted Ligety started Shred back in 2006. If that name rings a bell, you may have seen it come up in articles relating to the ongoing ‘FIS vs WST’ debate (he’s been a longtime critic of the former, prompting supporters of the latter to cite him in their arguments). His company’s output has gained popularity beyond the world of the lycra-clad, with Romain Di Marchi and Pat Burgener among its sponsored snowboarders.

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Shred's Slamcap helmet not only incorporates Slytech's honeycomb shock absorption system - but it's also EU and US certified for snowsports and bikes!

Combo that with a classic look and fit, and removable earwarmers - and you've got a lid that does it all, while staying super light!

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Romain De Marchi has bought a new collab to Shred with this pro model goggle that teams up with YES snowboards!

As with boards like The Basic - this looks like a simple classic in black and white!

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We're liking the two tone effect on the other Amazeify goggles in the range too - bordering the link between frameless and traditional designs with a stripped back wrap around shape that looks like a classic!

All the goggles in Shred's range also feature NoDistortion tech - a valve between the two lenses to prevent warping due to different air pressure at altitude.

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Catering for all - the Shred Hoyden goggle is a smaller model specifically for kids. Shown here in Ninja-Turtle style green design -we'd happily don these if we were still groms.

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Shred's Monacle goggles look like they'll be happily offering a super-wide field of vision - as they have before. And with simple designs and block colouring we can see them being as popular as ever.

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Last year's Smartefy Popsicles sat comfortably in our Whitelines 100 - and we've got to say this year's offerings are looking pretty fresh too.

With low profile foam, a snug fit, and a spare lens included with their 'No BS' lens change system - they've got everything you need.

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A simple classic - Shred's Soaza offers a more flexible version of the tradition full plastic frame for a great comfortable fit.

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The Stupefy range are looking pretty damn vibrant this year - unless you go for the slightly toned down black option...

With a great selection of neon glow, these oversized goggles are staying true to its bold legacy this year!

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Shred Tastics are the goggle you should be bearing in mind if you're looking for something for a smaller face.

Almost on a par with the Stupefy goggles for boldness - we're noticing a bit of a luminous theme to the colour-ways this year.