Best Ski Goggles Under $100

Finding a quality goggle that is also affordable can be hard, luckily we’re here to help. We’ve found that the Glade line of goggles provide exceptional quality at this price point.

Glade Challenger

MSRP: $89

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With this premium goggleGlade appears to be taking the ski goggle industry by storm. The Glade Challenger offers low light, photo-chromatic, and polarized lens options to ensure that you are covered in any conditions. We recommend this goggle to anyone looking for premium comfort and durability at a killer price point. We’ve been blown away by the innovation provided here by Glade, and we find that the Challenger goggle checks all the boxes, and then some.

Comfort 99
Durability 99
Lens Tech 98
Range of Vision 96
Affordability 100

Bolle Nova II

MSRP: $65

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While the style isn’t for everyone, the Bolle Nova II is a great, basic goggle. For skiers and snowboarders looking for a no frills goggle – the Nova II will get the job done. We found no glaring issues with the goggle, although it does not come polarized or with interchangeable lenses. While there are certainly more premium goggles on the market, the Nova II is a serviceable option.

Comfort 90
Durability 90
Lens Tech 92
Range of Vision 91
Affordability 95

Oakley A-Frame 2.0

MSRP: $78

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The Oakley A-Frame is another dark horse candidate in this category. As always, Oakley provides a quality product here at a surprisingly affordable price point. While the style certainly isn’t for everyone, the price and quality are perfectly suitable for the average skier or snowboarder.

Comfort 91
Durability 90
Lens Tech 92
Range of Vision 90
Affordability 94

Not what you’re looking for? Check out our other articles on the best frameless ski goggles, the best ski goggles for 2018, and the best flat light goggles.