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The su­perbly vented lens on the Scott Lynx of­fers an in­cred­i­ble view, while the cus­tom­iz­a­ble face and nose fit en­sures all-day com­fort. Its smaller frame will ac­com­mo­date a wide va­ri­ety of faces, both male and fe­male. And though it’s not billed as hav­ing an in­ter­change­able-lens sys­tem, re­place­ment lenses (sold sep­a­rately) switch in a snap. [$150] Com­pared to Zeal’s orig­i­nal HD cam­era gog­gle, the new HD2 fits a wider range of faces, thanks to its smaller frame. Its in­te­grated cam­era can shoot video at 30, 60, and 120 frames per sec­ond, while the in-gog­gle dis­play lets you in­stantly re­view footage. Share any gems on the fly with a built-in wire­less con­nec­tion. [$499] Rem­i­nis­cent of Mav­er­ick’s fa­mous avi­a­tors, the mir­rored and frame­less Lid will have you feel­ing the need for speed. The ul­trasharp Carl Zeiss lenses are treated with an an­tifog, an­ti­s­cratch coat­ing and of­fer an in­sanely wide field of view. The sil­i­cone gel strips on the strap’s in­ner side keep the gog­gle in place on your hel­met. [$200] The Blok blends vin­tage style with mod­ern tech­nol­ogy. Its large Carl Zeiss lens pro­vides a crisp pic­ture and its thin, unim­pos­ing frame mates well with a hel­met. Plush mi­cro-fleece fac­ing on the foam is com­fort­able on your money-maker. Avail­able in nu­mer­ous col­ors and styles, the Blok is suit­able for any sit­u­a­tion. [$90] Per­fected on the slopes of Colorado by Den­ver’s Op­tic Nerve, the Radon is a smartly de­signed gog­gle that’s easy on even the tight­est I-only-eat-ra­me­nand-drink-Natty-Light bud­get. Fea­tures like a spher­i­cal an­tifog lens, a sticky strap, and a wide field of view get the job done with­out overly techy gim­micks. [$89]

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