The First Nations Snowboard Team and gogglesoc have formed an exclusive partnership for winter 2019/20.
For every FNST soc sold, $7.50 will be donated to the First Nations Snowboard Team
"In the mountains an ancient connection is reclaimed." The First Nations Snowboard Team was created to improve the quality of life and empower Indigenous youth using the winter sport of snowboarding as a fundamental tool for excellence.
Xwalacktun OBC (born Rick Harry) is a Squamish Nation artist whose works are recognized internationally. Early in 2013, he received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and in 2012 he received the prestigious honour of the Order of British Columbia (O.B.C.) for his many contributions to various communities including designing the Olympic medals for Vancouver 2010.
Lens not lasting? A gogglesoc is a protective microfiber cover for your ski or snowboard goggles.
Use it to clean and protect. One size fits all (mostly). Easy on, easy off.
Your gogglesoc is made from rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) recycled plastic bottles
We recognize we can't change the world alone, but by making gogglesocs from recycled plastic bottles we are doing our part to conserve our resources, and keep waste out of our landfills.
Do your part to. Make your lens last.
Total Bottles Repurposed
Machine washable. Wash with similar colors on normal wash cycle. Do not bleach.
Air or tumble dry. Do not iron.
Dry clean if you like... although this may be overkill for a gogglesoc. ;)