ZIONOR Lagopus XA Ski Snowboard Snow Goggles

Last updated: August 20, 2020

We looked at the top ZIONOR Ski Goggles and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best ZIONOR Ski Goggles you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 27 expert reviews, the ZIONOR Lagopus XA Ski Snowboard Snow Goggles placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Compatible with your own sport gears: The Lagopus series snow goggles come with adjustable extra-long head strap which compatible with helmet and different head sizes from teenager to adult.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

These goggles block a decent amount of light and are true to their anti-fog claim. Rugged lenses are impact-resistant. The larger design allows them to fit comfortably over small glasses. Available in multiple colors.
Spherical lenses have a REVO coating that redistributes light. Ski opticians have borrowed this technology from NASA as it was first implemented back in 1985 for spaceship window protection. REVO lenses make the view more vivid and contrast and partly filter the spectrum.
Other than the stylish design and good fit, this accessory is rather easy to wear but will stay firm even in demanding situations. They also don’t leave marks on the skin or fog and offer a wider view. The good ventilation prevents unnecessary sweating and stuffiness.
These goggles offer full eye protection with special Zionor Enhanced Durability Tech (EDT) for optimal impact resistance. Three layers of foam keep you comfortable, while the ventilation system keeps your lenses fog-free. The long elastic strap makes it compatible with most ski helmets.
They come with a spherical ultra-wide frameless design not to mention a quick magnetic lens change system that allows easy lens replacement and cleaning. They feature 100% UV400 protection characterized by triple-layer foam to enhance comfort and moisture management.
“The best part is they fit well over my glasses, so I can see well,” celebrates one skier. Another likes that “the inside part is large enough to wear glasses under them, which is a plus because I don’t always feel like using contacts … Fits well with a helmet, the tint is just right for being able to transition between sunny and cloudy/snowy days.”

What reviewers didn't like

Some customers found these goggles too large.
The passive ventilation that is insufficient for the hottest riders and causes dissatisfaction.
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