OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles PRO Review

OUTDOORMASTER SNOW GOGGLES PRO

Frameless
Magnetic Interchangeable Lens System
20+ different lenses available
100% UV400 Protection
Anti-Fog Coating
Adjustable straps with anti-slip silicone for better hold
Universal Helmet Compatibility
Excellent Price

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OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro Review

OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro
OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro with carrying poach and protective case

When we got a chance to test the OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro, we did not hesitate for a second. They got excellent ratings on all shopping platforms, and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

For the record: The Snow Goggles Pro for purposes of this review was provided by OutdoorMaster.

We wrote down a few notes about the Snow Goggles Pro so far, and we will update the review over time as we will use them. Let’s read what we found out yet.

The OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro are frameless ski goggles with magnetic interchangeable lenses.

The frame is made of Thermoplastic Polyurethane and is very soft on touch. It also flexible and we were not afraid to squeeze, it is very hard to break.

The design of the frame enables you to put the Snow Goggles Pro over your regular prescription glasses. Space inside the frame is generous enough for any kind of glasses you wear.

Interchangeable Lenses

The lenses are attached to the frame via an easy magnetic system. You just pull the lens for release if you want to switch it.

The replacement of the lenses takes just seconds. However, that does not mean the lens do not hold steady during the ride.

There are 20+ different lenses available. They come in different colors and clarity for specific weather conditions.

Available Lenses for Outdoor Master Snow Goggles Pro

Lenses come with 100% UV400 protection and anti-fog coating. Of course, we tested the anti-fog feature and we were extremely satisfied.

The test we made was done during different weather conditions (from rain, fog to sunny afternoon). In all conditions, the fogging was not a problem.

The triple-layered microfoam on the frame and the anti-fog coating did its job and prevent the lens from fogging.

Helmet Compatibility

The goggles and its straps are designed to fit almost any ski helmet. We tried on a few types we already own and it worked very well.

The adjustable straps are equipped with anti-slip silicone on the back. That assures goggles will not move on the helmet during your ride.

Pricing

Last but not the least, the price is just exceptional. They were sold at around $60, but currently, you can buy them for as low as $40 (not counting the Black Friday discounts).

And do not forget that with any of OutdoorMaster Snow Goggles Pro you will get also one solid protective case and one carrying pouch.

OUTDOORMASTER SNOW GOGGLES PRO

Frameless
Magnetic Interchangeable Lens System
20+ different lenses available
100% UV400 Protection
Anti-Fog Coating
Adjustable straps with anti-slip silicone for better hold
Universal Helmet Compatibility
Excellent Price

CHECK PRICE AT OUTDOORMASTER

CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON

More about the OutdoorMaster Company

OutdoorMaster is an international company producing outdoor sports products. The company aims to produce outdoor products of excellent quality at reasonable prices.

Their product range can be divided into four categories: Snow, Water Sports, Kids, and Multisports.

Snow category offers ski goggles, ski helmets, ski jackets and socks, ski boot bags, and ski bags. Water Sports products include accessories for paddleboarding and kayaking.

OutdoorMaster is the partner of United States of America Snowboard and Freeski association, and also the partner of Ski Austria.

You can go through their full product portfolio here.

Use the code BFCM25 to get a 25% discount during Cyber Week Sale from 11/23 until 12/6 HERE

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Simon is the leading editor of SkiProGuru.com for almost 3 years. He started skiing in his teens and now he switches from Alpine to Cross-Country Skiing regularly. He tried also snowboard for a few years, but then returned to conventional skiing :) In his free time he follows soccer, tennis and reads a lot of contemporary proses and novels.

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