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[Amazon.ca] Ski Snow Goggles - $20.99 (after $15 Coupon)

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[Amazon.ca] Ski Snow Goggles - $20.99 (after $15 Coupon)

For those who need one. It's $20.99 with coupon. Shipping is free for both Prime and Non Prime members

Comes with a 45-day money back and a 12-month warranty too
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Yep. Will try these. Thanks!
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Jun 12, 2019
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Looks pretty solid, thanks OP! Reviews look good
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"Sorry. You are not eligible for this coupon"
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I don't see a coupon.
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lsuna1 wrote: Looks pretty solid, thanks OP! Reviews look good
Reviews do NOT look good. F on Fakespot. Reviews are suspiciously worded, with weird phrasing.

Looking at the bad reviews, it looks like in some types of weather, the goggles can fog up very easily, and are not very warm.

Might be OK for milder riding? But beware if you go to colder places or ride fast.
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Any ideas how's the field of view? Looking at the outside it looks pretty wide but the inside looks cramped
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Reviews seem suspicious. All the positive reviews go along the same lines of comparing price and value vs the same few premium brands (Oakley, Smith, Scott). Bot maybe?

Biggest problem seems to be fog buildup and not 100% UV protected from the reviews.

Might be decent on the bunny hill.
Function-wise, probably a pass.
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Bought two goggles and instantly returned. Amazon goggles are cheaply made. Super strong chemical smell when opening the package. Amazon is definitely a big nono for shopping ski goggles.
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buy these if you like riding blind in the fog

because these will fog up right away, spend extra 50 and get oakleys
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"endowed" with a double lens? Okay.
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EngineNo9 wrote: buy these if you like riding blind in the fog

because these will fog up right away, spend extra 50 and get oakleys
You've tried these exact goggles? I'm pretty sure there are decent goggles for occasional boarding that don't require coughing up for Oakleys. Maybe not these particular ones though, I don't know.
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Feegus wrote: You've tried these exact goggles? I'm pretty sure there are decent goggles for occasional boarding that don't require coughing up for Oakleys. Maybe not these particular ones though, I don't know.
I'm pretty sure you are wrong and that they are crap. Goggles are so critical for skiing or riding that it isn't worth risking your day (and expensive lift ticket) on this stuff. You can easily find good goggles on sale for 50% off if you look and are patient. Agreed it will be more than OP's goggles, but worth it IMO.
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I bought a similar one on ebay, pretty good for the price and look, mine doesn't fog up.
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I've had some miscellaneous branded goggles from sportchek long ago and they fogged up.

I don't know if these ones will, but I do find "you get what you pay for" to be true for goggles (at least in my experience).

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