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post #31 of 33

Costco also has Nike Tailwind wrap around (cycling style) sunglasses for 30 something bucks. They cut the wind pretty well--cyclists go fast too.

post #32 of 33

Here's a buyer's guide to get you started! http://www.sportrx.com/blog/how-to-buy-ski-goggles-snowboarding-goggles-the-ultimate-buying-guide/ Super helpful, lets you know the best goggles for whatever conditions and features you prefer. SportRx also offers prescription goggles so you don't have to wear your glasses or contacts underneath your goggles. Prescription inserts are definitely more comfortable but even more important, they are a lot more safe and prevent fogging.

post #33 of 33

I got prescription inserts from sportRX a few years back.  Was one of the better skiing related purchased I've made, and they were super easy to deal with.

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