The Outdoor Master Ski Goggles is a mid-range goggles with interchangeable lenses for a clear view of the slopes. They will protect your eyes well during skiing since each of them is designed for either sunny days or gloomy, snowy, foggy weather, as well as night skiing.
The weight of the item is 6.4 ounces, its width is 8.27 inches and the height is just 3.74 inches. So, the goggles are not huge, and it is good if you wear a helmet, meaning no pressure from the helmet on the goggles and the nose.
The OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles PRO allows skiing or snowboarding in all weather conditions. The manufacturer offers over 20 dual-layer replacement lenses with vents in the frame and a special coating to avoid fogging to choose from, but they are sold separately. The lenses are robust to scratches and ensure full protection against the sun (UV 400).
They feature a wide range of VLT (visible light transmission) to match different levels of visibility. Two sets are quite enough for a full day skiing. For example, orange (VLT 24%) lenses are suitable for low light and the charcoal (VLT 75%) ones are for bright light. However, they reduce peripheral vision a little bit.
The OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles can boast seamless and fast lens interchangeability due to the magnetic click system. The magnetic click system is of high quality that provides a strong connection between lenses and magnets. So, there is no risk of them falling out during skiing. Nevertheless, the magnet cannot hold the lens when a sportsman falls.
The Outdoor Master Pro Ski Goggles have two frameless, vertically, and horizontally curved lenses in the package. Both of them have removable straps. So, the users can change not only lenses but also straps as many times as they want. The straps are adjustable to fit both teens and adults and to wear lenses with a common hat rather than with a helmet.
There is no clip in the back to secure the strap and the anti-slip strip while many similar items have them. Besides, not all replacements come with the rubber silicone on the inside of the straps.
The design of goggles lets the users put their own glasses on under the Outdoor Master Ski Goggles. Still, their dimensions shouldn’t exceed 5.5 inches wide and 2 inches tall.
Besides, the carrying pouch for the second lens and a microfiber cloth to wipe off fingerprints outside of the lenses are included in the box.
To conclude the OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles PRO review, I should note that this inexpensive unit features the quality close to many other big brands. The proven build and nice aesthetics give good value for money.