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The 6 Best Kids' Ski & Snowboard Goggles of 2022-2023

By: Megan Amick: Accessories Buyer | October 17, 2022
 

Ski goggles have come a long way in the last decade. Optics manufacturers have been experimenting with frame styles and fits, different goggle foams, and of course, different lens tints and technologies to make sure that skiers and snowboarders have clear vision no matter the conditions. So, like always, the first thing to look for in goggles is a comfortable fit, especially for your kids. If kids' ski goggles don’t feel good, they won’t want to wear them. That’s why we’ve put a wide variety of goggles on this list, so there’s sure to be something for every child.

New This Year:

Once you’ve figured out your kid’s fit, you can help them choose the goggle that appeals to them the best. There have been a lot of fun developments on that front in recent years. The best kids' ski goggles now have the same designs and technologies as their adult counterparts, so it’s easy to find a pair of goggles that give them the same comfort and clear vision you’re used to. And if your kids can see well, that will have a direct, positive effect on their skiing and riding. So don’t settle for scratched-up hand-me-downs, new goggles will make a world of difference to your child.

Smith Daredevil Goggles - Big Kids'

Smith Daredevil

The Smith Daredevil Goggles integrate so seamlessly with your grom's eyeglasses and helmet you'll likely find yourself wishing they'd been around when you were learning to schralp. A floating foam membrane eliminates eyeglass temple pressure while the Daredevil's anti-fog, cylindrical Carbonic-X lenses are engineered to be the most impact-resistant in the world. Trade up and invest in the game-changing Smith Daredevil Goggles for your grom this season. These are the perfect goggles for any kid that wears glasses to play outside.

LensStyleOriginal Price
Carbonic-XCylindrical$35.00

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Giro Stomp Goggles - Big Kids'

Giro Stomp

There's really no explaining it. Nobody taught them how to do it, surely not you. They just have an uncanny ability to fly through the air, land completely flat, and ride away. Stomped. The Giro Stomp Goggles fit their smaller faces, bringing high-level goggle tech to these preteens with unexplainable skills. There's nothing really to do but shrug your shoulders and provide them with the best tools you can. Amazing. These are high-end goggles, for young shredders who are progressing quickly.

LensStyleOriginal Price
Injection molded lensCylindrical$64.95

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Dragon Lil D Low Bridge Fit Goggles - Big Kids'

Dragon Lil D Low Bridge Fit

Beyond optical clarity and all the desirable features you get with the adult goggs, the Dragon Lil D Low Bridge Fit Goggles were designed for youth-sized faces with a little extra face foam included around the nose area to create a better fit for those with low nose bridges. Complete with LumaLens® optimized color technology lenses, full helmet compatibility, and an anti-slip strap, the Dragon Lil D Low Bridge Fit Goggles are poised for an epic winter season. These are stylish, comfortable goggles for smaller faces.

LensStyleOriginal Price
LumaLensCylindrical$49.95

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Anon Tracker 2.0 Goggles - Kids'

Anon Tracker 2.0

Your kiddo is probably going to launch full speed into that slightly-too-big jump either way, but it'll go a little more smoothly if he has a fighting chance of seeing where he's going. With dual-density face foam and Integral Clarity Technology, the Anon Tracker 2.0 Goggles keep your grom fog free and seeing clearly as they zip up and down the hill. Plus, they integrate seamlessly with MFI® facemasks to keep things extra cozy when conditions are cold and windy. The Anon Tracker brings all the clever features you’d expect from Anon goggles to a youth-friendly package.

LensStyleOriginal Price
ICT LensCylindrical$59.95

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Oakley Target Line S Goggles

Oakley Target Line S

The new Oakley Target Line S Goggles are a "Toric" (what we call cylindrical) style specially designed for a G I G A N T I C field of view, with a low profile frame design and flattened top edge that allows better helmet compatibility with many popular lids, including all of Oakley's own. Complete with Oakley's second-to-none HDO® optics in a host of tints, the Target Line S Goggles are set to take the snow world by storm. These are game-changing goggles for young riders.

LensStyleOriginal Price
HDO LensToric$83.00 - $113.00

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Anon Relapse Jr. MFI Goggles - Kids'

Anon Relapse Jr. MFI

Anon Relapse Jr. MFI Goggles come with their own magnetic facemask. Again: these goggles have Magnetic Facemask Integration, whereby a matching facemask is secured, via magnets to their frame. Dwell on that for a bit and ask yourself, "who doesn't want this?" There's no good answer to this question, obviously. Oh, they're finely functioning, comfortable, fog-fighting high-performance goggles on their own, but let's reiterate: the Anon Relapse Jr. MFI Goggles have an integrated facemask that harnesses the power of magnets to stick to their frame. The "Add To Cart" button is right there. It's green. You're welcome! Your kid will thank you!

LensStyleOriginal Price
ICT LensCylindrical$114.95

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The Selection Process:

Our snow accessories buyers have an endless amount of knowledge on all things snow accessory related stemming from years of experience in the outdoor industry in tandem with their countless hours spent outside in all conditions around the world. From hot to cold, snow, rain, wind, and even sunshine, they know what accessories will keep you comfortable and really up your experience outside. evo's buyers assess all products coming to market, lean into this knowledge, and put together this selection of the best products. They have a unique perspective as they truly see everything offered across the category.

Megan Amick

Hi! My name is Megan. I was born and raised in Washington and grew up loving skiing and the outdoors. Some of my favorite memories are ski trips to Park City with my parents, Mt. Bachelor with the grandparents, and weekend rides at our home mountain the good ‘ol Ski Acres - IYKYK. I left Washington to go to college in California, and then moved to Nevada for a few years. I moved back to Washington in 2013 and jumped right back into weekend rides at my home mountain. Washington is and always will be the place I call home!

I have been working at evo since 2016 and am so grateful for all the opportunities. I started working in our warehouse in receiving and shipping and then worked my way to the merchandising department which gave me the opportunity to integrate my passions as our Accessories and Camp Buyer. It truly is a beautiful thing to work for a company that you are passionate about and that feels like family. You will still find me every weekend at my home mountain with my husband Beau and our daughter Baker.