Let's face it, skiing and snowboarding can be expensive. Renting gear is one thing but once you're hooked and buy your own set up it really adds up. That is why we put together this list of the best snow goggles under $150. Any of the goggles in this guide will give you a great product for a reasonable price point.
Choosing a snow goggle can be tricky. We have created a Snow Goggle Buyer's Guide if you are not quite sure exactly what to look for in a snow goggle. We hope this list helps to narrow down some of your choices.
The Oakley Line Miner boasts a large cylindrical lens for maximum viewing area. This goggle comes standard with one PRIZM lens so you can see all of the details out on the slopes. Triple layer foam and a silicone-ribbed strap give you the comfort to stay out riding all day long.
The Oakley Line Miner XM is a medium fit version of the Line Miner. All the features are the same but the fit is smaller.
The Dragon Rogue sports a classic look with a small-medium fit. The Rogue comes with standard features and Lumalens technology, making it hard to beat at that low of a price.
Similar to the Rogue, the NFX features venting in the top of the lens but also has armored venting in the top of the goggle. This helps to keep snow out and maintain structure of the venting area. The cylindrical lens gives you a retro look that will keep you feeling hip on the slopes. This goggle comes with two sets of lenses that are both made with Lumalens technology for the ultimate contrast. The NFX is a medium-large fit but there is also a NFXS available if you are looking for a smaller fit.
The SPY Ace has a medium-large fit with a cylindrical lens shape. This goggle comes with two sets of SPY Happy lenses so you can see all of the details on the slopes and have a safer and more enjoyable riding experience.
This goggle comes with one Happy lens and also one persimmon lens for flat light days. Similar to all the other goggle sin this guide, the Raider features triple-layer foam and a silicone-ribbed strap for comfort.
If you want a big cylindrical goggle, the Smith Squad XL is a great option. The Squad XL comes with two Chromapop lenses and has a ultra-wide viewing area so you can spot other riders in your peripherals.
The Smith Squad is smaller than the Squad XL and comes with one Chromapop and one non-Chromapop lens. However, there are configurations that are a bit more than $85 that do come with two sets of Chromapop lenses.
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Did you know you can get any of these goggles with a custom made prescription insert? Here at SportRx we know how important it is to be able to see better while doing the activity that you love. If you have any other questions about any of these goggles or need help choosing one you can contact us. We have certified opticians on the phones 7 days a week to help you out with any of your prescription or non-prescription needs.