For the last few years, I’ve been wanting to get my hands on a pair of Copozz Snow Goggles. I’ve written a lot about Zionor, and Anon, but that doesn’t mean I’m focused on one brand.
One of the things I like about Copozz Snow Goggles is that they don’t have a ton of different styles. In fact, on their website, I’m only seeing 1 goggle type. It’s a spherical lens.
If you don’t like spherical lenses, I apologize, check out my other blog post about Spy Goggles Here. They have a lot of good cylindrical-shaped lenses for you to choose from.
Copozz G1 Snow Goggles
This is their flagship goggle, and it’s their only goggle (at least on their website and amazon) These goggles contain the following tech:
- Better Anti-Scratch Performance
- Long-Lasting Anti-Fog Performance
- Shape Upgraded For Better Compatibility With Helmets.
- Super Wide Vision
- Greater Optical Clarity
- OTG (Over The Glasses)
These goggles can be shipped with many different types of lenses. They can be for sunny, foggy, and night riding. On Amazon, I’m seeing they sell around 16 different frame and lens colors.
This means you’ve got a lot of variety to choose from, so make sure you match so you can shred in style.
What Type Of Quality Do They Have?
While I do like how inexpensive these goggles are, I haven’t had them long enough to test out how durable they are. I kinda expect them to last 2 seasons, and then they’ll start fogging up on me.
My thoughts on this are due to the price. The quality can’t be the same as a $200 pair of Smith goggles. However, don’t let that deter you. They still have excellent vision, quick-change lenses, and anti-fog tech.
At the price of $30 (at the time of writing) you can purchase a new pair every season, and it won’t seriously dent your wallet.
However the choice is up to you, I’m going to test them out, and maybe I’ll be wrong. Right now I believe the higher the cost the better quality you’ll have.
but if you live in the moment, just pick a pair of these up, I’m sure you’ll love them.