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For nearly seven decades Salomon have existed at the apex of performance mountain wear. With a commitment to innovative design and passion for mountain sports, Salomon have created a vast range of revolutionary new concepts in bindings, boots, skis and apparel for both alpine and nordic skiing and brought innovative solutions to footwear, apparel and equipment for snowboarding, adventure racing, mountaineering, hiking and trail running. This range of Salomon goggles is the embodiment of a lasting passion, providing quality eyewear fit to be worn by professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Salomon was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps and the birthplace of modern alpinism. Driven by passion for skiing and design innovation, Francois Salomon and his son George designed and perfected many of the first modern ski bindings.
Collaborating with world-renowned lens suppliers, Salomon are able to offer goggles providing incredible clarity, with lens tints covering all manner of light conditions. Salomon offer an eclectic selection of models to satisfy every demand.
Whether you prefer the low-profile look of cylindrical lenses or the unbeatable optics of the spherical shape, Salomon have you covered. If you have a keen eye for coordination then these goggles will pair up perfectly with our range of Salomon snow helmets.
Salomon was born in the French Alps in 1947. Their passion for mountain sport progression, product development, quality and craftsmanship drives them to create progressive gear.
Salomon’s passion for mountain sport progression, product development, quality, and craftsmanship drives them to create progressive gear to enable freedom and help you challenge yourself in the mountains.
Salomon push innovation forward through three key attributes - comfortable fitting, lightweight construction and superior protection. Their selection of goggles for 2016-17 excel in all three areas, with the introduction of a new unique fitting system and new photochromic lens tints on selected colours enhancing your ride further.
The XT-One debuts this season with the patented Custom ID Fit system, with the X-View returning with the same incredible field of vision. Read on to learn more!
Custom ID Fit is an articulated frame and face foam structure, designed to automatically adjust to each individual face shape, for superior comfort and improved goggle performance.
An articulated frame precisely matches each individual’s facial features for a truly customised fit taking into account personal differences from one rider to the next.
Varied foam densities mapped to specific areas of the face create a soft, comfortable feel that doesn’t focus on pressure points. Custom ID feels so great, you’ll forget you are wearing goggles when you ride!
Sample Custom ID Fit technology on the new XT-One goggles.
Vision is your vital sense on the snow. When travelling at speed your reaction times matter more than ever, and with your surroundings constantly changing in a flash, your eyes need as much help as possible to keep you safe and in command on the mountain.
Salomon introduced the XTEND concept with a significant innovation, greater field of vision. By reducing the thickness of the frame and extending the lens wider, Salomon goggles deliver greater peripheral vision than other goggles.
Salomon’s mindset moving forward is to develop innovation and fine tune field of vision every year, in every model and every new goggle they create.
For many lens fog is their arch enemy on the mountain. If you’ve fallen victim to the misty menace before then Salomon have done their utmost to combat fogging for you.
Their Airflow System is designed to balance the inside volume of the goggles with the flow of fresh air. Keeps the inside lens drier and fog free.
Integrated foam channels in the goggle upper and lower help to efficiently expel warm air to prevent condensation from forming on the inner lens.
The XMAX and XT-One models also feature triple layer face foam which not only feels comfortable but also helps to wick moisture away from the face.