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"Protected my kid’s new ski goggles this past season, simple enough to use that they actually put them on their goggles, we liked it so much I bought two more"

K. Banker

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"These protect my goggle lens like a bulletproof vest! Not a vest that would actually stop a bullet but more like a thin piece of cloth. It works as well as a thin piece of cloth, which is what I was looking for. Buy one and see for yourself."

Kyle Perteet

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"Best $15 I’ve spent on ski gear yet. They protect my lens in the case and then I don’t put finger prints on them putting on my helmet. I don’t have to remove goggle to protect lens, just put the sock back on it."


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Frequently Asked Questions

Will a gogglesoc fit on my goggles?

You bet! A gogglesoc is like the Swiss Army knife of goggle covers – one size fits "most." Our snow goggle covers are designed to fit a wide range of goggle sizes and styles. The flexible material allows for a secure fit, keeping your goggles safe and scratch-free during your adventures.

When it comes to the little adventurers aged 5 and under, we recommend holding off on purchasing a gogglesoc, as gogglesoc may not fit quite right on smaller goggles.

What is a gogglesoc made from?

All gogglesocs are made from 88% rPET and 12% spandex. Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (or rPET for short) is manufactured using post consumer recycled plastic bottles.
We include spandex in the manufacture of our products to give gogglesocs a stretchy feel that allows them to 'cling' snugly to your goggles.

Is a gogglesoc suitable for cleaning my lens?

Yes! The microfiber fabric we use is suitable for cleaning your lens as well as protecting it from scratches.

How is a gogglesoc better/different than a goggle bag?

Unlike a goggle bag, the gogglesoc protects your goggle when it is on your head or on your helmet.

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