The best part about Giro specs? The company uses anatomic measurements and rider input to design its goggles, meaning that it only produces a pair once it has feedback from many, many trial runs. The Giro Onset, like most goggles, is completely helmet-compatible—but unlike others, this pair has been tested and retested to ensure safest fit. Plus, Giro has expanded its field-of-view for the rider with a new, minimal frame design complete with frameless zones so you can spot that skier coming up on your left. ($125-$150, giro.com)
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