AKASO OTG Ski Goggles

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AKASO OTG Ski Goggles with Mag-Pro Magnetic Interchangeable Lenses

These stylish and innovative ski goggles by AKASO feature a magnetic interchangeable lens system that allows you to easily swap lenses when needed.

  • INNOVATIVE INTERCHANGEABLE LENS – The extra large spherical lens is secured by 12 points (8 magnets and 4 physical anchors) under a stabilization bezel to offer peripheral view and distortion-free clarity. It stays firmly while you are on the slope, but will pop out easily when lens-switch is needed.
  • BALACLAVA SKI MASKS – Don’t let biting cold spoil an otherwise great resort day, and we get you prepared: a top-quality balaclava is included in the package. The stretchy fabric moves heat-robbing moisture away from your skin to help you stay warm, and it’s low-profile so you can wear it under helmet.
  • ANTI-FOG AND CRISP VISION – Double-layer lens design and high performance hydrophilic coating on the inner side minimize the chance of fogging. Venting windows at the top and bottom generate efficient air circulation to further ensure fog-free vision.
  • ADDITIONAL FEATURES – Anti-slip silicone backed and helmet compatible strap, over-the-glasses design, triple layer foam, strong and flexible TPU frame, anti-scratch and impact-resistant lens; medium-to-large fit.
  •  WHAT YOU GET – one pair of Mag-Pro snow goggles, one microfiber pouch, one Balaclava and friendly customer support. Extra lenses are sold separately. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

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7 Reviews for AKASO OTG Ski Goggles

  1. Hector

    You don’t need spend over $200 for a good pair of ski goggles…Anyone who has had the misfortune of trying to ski with a pair of ill-fitted, fogged-up snow goggles can attest to how terrible that can be. For sure, goggles can make or break your day on the slopes. So the past several seasons I only wore goggles from two well established brands: Oakley and Smith. But last year, after losing my Flight Deck in the locker room and then one week later scratching my back-up pair during an aweful tumbling fall in the woods, I simply couldn’t afford another pair of $200 goggles and ordered Ourdoor Master from Amazon at $50. I was amazed by the overall quality at that price level, but the problem is the frame too small. I definitely prefer those over-size goggles offering periphral views for this new season. After reading the reviews and saw the pictures some other customers posted, I chose these mag-pro and I am so happy that I did.Compared to Outdoor Master, the size of mag-pro is significantly larger and actually I feel it is very similar to my Flight Deck based on how it feels on my face and how it fits my helmet. I even can’t tell any difference from those $200s: spherical interchangeable lenses with magnets , REVO mirror, flexible frame, adjustable straps with 3 wavy lines of silicone and mag-pro logo. One advantage I want to point out is the mag-pro lenses feel more secure compared to Anon and my Outdoor Master, I guess the reason is the 4 extra anchors on the frame add some rigidity to the frame. Definitely magnetic and professional! One more thing I don’t see from other reviews but to me is a huge bonus: a very high-quality Balaclava comes with the goggles. Highly recommended.

  2. Adrian

    These ski snowboard goggles deserve 5 stars. When my friend introduced them to me, I was not very interested coz I have another pair, which costs me above $100. But, not a bad idea to have a backup.So I bought them. To be honest, I was astonished by the quality upon opening the box. No kidding. They are better than my previous ones. The magnetic lens are convenient to take off with yet strong cohesion. Have not got a chance to try it on mountain. emmm, still 2 months away from ski season. But I did use some hot water vapor to try anti-fog coating. Not foggy at all. I also noticed that these lens have wide view angle, good for riders. Highly recommend!!!

  3. stomata Grant

    It’s that time of the year, winter has come.With the huge brands like Oakley, Smith, Electric, Dragon, Anon, VZ… taking over the vast majority of the snowboard/ski goggles market, one would wonder if he/she can ever get some decent goggles under 100 bucks.Well, I am not going to tell you “hey, this is it, go get this, it’s way better than Oxxly, smxxh.” I am going to leave my impression and two days on the slope (Mammoth Mountain). And you can make your own educated judgement in pulling the trigger or not.I, personally, isn’t a pro of any kind. I do have a bad habit on buying different snow goggles to try on and match with my snow outfits. I have owned more than 30 different pairs of higher-ended snow goggles while I still have until 20 pairs as of now. These are my two cents of the goggles:First of all, the packaging of these Akaso Mag-pro ain’t some cheap paper wrapping you usually get when you pay under 40$. The box art is nice but not fancy, it’s arguably better than Oakley thin paper box with plastic case/frame, more like the newer Von Zipper Jetpack hard paper case. It’s pretty impressive and the packaging itself do give you some confidents that your goggle won’t be a DOA (death on arrival).Now comes to what’s inside the package. You get the goggles (obviously), as I typed up this review, they still come with a face mask. The mask is nylon feels pretty comfortable when I tried it on, but I am not planning to wear it anytime soon, so I will skip reviewing that.Goggles themselves have a HUGE lens. The strap has plastic grips for all riders like me who prefer to wear helmets and wear the goggles outside of helmet. Lens is magnetically attached to the frame, hold by 8 magnets on the lens. I have absolutely no idea how much does these lens magnet structure cost, but man they look expensive for 40$. The magnet holds very well as it does take some efforts for me to remove the lens from the frame. Comparing with my impression to Anon M1& M2 that I had tried, these Mag-pro feels way more secured, don’t feel like the lens would fall off the frame when you land funny off a jump and smash your head into the snow (in fact it did hold up well enough in Mammoth Unbound last weekend for me).As you can probably tell by now, it reminds you a lot of Oakley Flightdeck with obvious differences. I am going to compare these goggles with some of the most common frameless designs in the market: Oakely Flightdeck & Airbrake XL, VZ Jetpack & Dragon APS (or x1, the original frameless goggles).(Please refer to my pictures below)Size comparison: These goggles are BIG! They are a bit wider than that of Flightdeck, although the visible angles are about the same. I have a feeling the lens area are the same, just that Flightdeck has a more curved lens. The view inside is good without any weird frame lines. Comparing with that of Airbrake XL, the Mag-Pro is better because they don’t have the mounting point inside the viewing area.Weight-wise, Mag-pro weights 6.5oz while Flightdeck weights 6oz. However, the real comparison here should be with Airbrake XL which weights 6.6oz. Why? Because Flightdeck doesn’t have a quick switch lens mechanism which would easily add some weight into the goggles. Airbrake XL weight 6.6oz, which, in my opinion, Mag-Pro does a very good job and win in the weight comparison. Consider Mag-Pro is 0.1oz lighter (not that much) and also has a way easily mechanism for changing lens (Squeeze the goggles and pop the lens, instead of having to take your goggles off and open the goggle lens lock). VZ Jetpack weight only 5.7oz, however both its viewing angle isn’t as wide as the others and its lens changing mechanism ain’t anything special nor fast.Lastly, the foam of Mag-Pro is comfortable. The Material is good and it’s finer than my Smith I/O X. The foam are also on-bar with that of all my Oakley’s and VZ’s. They are WAY more comfortable than Zeal and Spy (which IMO has the worst foam padding in the industry, they hurt my face…)I took them to Mammoth for 2 days snowboarding, the performance is great. In California, we have blue bird days all the time. I though the 17% VLT will be a bit bright for our sunny conditions but it ended up working out fine. One thing I would recommend them to improve is the height of the lens. When I took a jump or rail, the bottom of the lens would block a bit of my vision for spotting the landing. Comparing that with Flightdeck, which provide a wider vertical angle, the difference is minimal. I am pretty sure not everyone would have noticed this.Overall, I am more than satisfy with these lens, the quality is very high. Honestly, if it’s a blind test or if you give me this with an Oakley goggle straps and tell me this is a new Oakley model, I won’t doubt about the claim.

  4. GPMaster

    I’ve ordered goggle Akaso together with additional lens with different VLT. Goggle comes well packaged in neat box, well secured and in addition with profi bag for further storage. Lens are protected in addition by self adhesive foil, which you need to peel off. Goggle are amazing, are very comfortable and ensure no limitation in the view. And looks amazing, have very nice modern design. The magnets system is reliable and works perfect for the lens exchange. The package included also nice high quality balaclava. The view over the lens are good, I would say optimal. No any disruption or distortion. I can clearly recommend.

  5. PS_in_Idaho

    Update 18April2019:After my original review the company contacted me various times to help resolve the issue. As my daughter was using the original goggles I just brushed it off and told them nothing was necessary, but they were persistent that they wanted to send me another pair. We received the new pair and to our good surprise it was a different color frame with a different lens, which I absolutely love; this new pair is going to now by mine! Where there are so many good reviews for these goggles I think the first pair we received must have just been one of those fluke pairs – and you couldn’t see the issues until you were out in the sun, so I can see how they would have made it through a quality control. I have increased my rating to a 5 based upon two major items. First, I am thoroughly impressed by how the company stood by their product and insisted that they send a replacement when at first I told them it was ok and not to send another one. Second, the new pair is absolutely fantastic and deserves 5 stars; I love the yellow frame. A big thanks to the company.Original Review:The fit, feel, and look of these are outstanding. There were two problems with the lenses. They had this weird, almost tiger stripe distortion in the lens; that is really the only way I could describe it. There were these uneven lines of less tinted lens. The main problem though was that there was a terrible reflection of any light source or anything reflecting light. Even when just out on a sunny day there were weird reflections in the lenses. I was going to send them back but my daughter wants to use them. She can see the weird reflections of light in the lens but doesn’t mind it.

  6. Guy P

    As a member of PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) I can’t afford to be wearing the wrong lenses for the conditions of the day, but I also don’t have the time to be fussing with complicated lens replacements. With four physical and eight magnetic holders on each replacement lens, you don’t have to take your goggles off to pop on a new lens. You can do it wearing mittens! All you have to do is get the new lens close to the goggle frame and the magnets take over. It’s truly magical. What attracted me at first was the availability of a yellow replacement lens (I like the 55% Visible Light Transmission and in flat light, which we often get here in the East, yellow lets me see the bumps more clearly), the very affordable price, and that it was an “Amazon’s Choice.” I have found the company to be 100% responsive if you have questions and when they say “anti-fog” they mean it! With the magnets, the goggles are a little on the heavy side, I’ll admit, but if that’s the “price” of easy changes, I’ll take it.

  7. Derek Christian

    For the money these goggles are fantastic, especially if looking for OTG options. I have thicker rim glasses so they did well to accommodate these, quite comfortable wearing all day. I used the on a six day skiing trip in varying conditions from sunshine to overcast with snow and rain. Fits well on the helmet, has gripper on the inside of straps. Hoping to get a replacement lens to try a low light specific lens but was quite happy with the stock lens for most conditions.

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