Are you watching the Olympics as much as we are? It’s kind of a problem: we can’t stop! Some of our favorite moments so far:
- Adam Rippon bringing the house down with each performance
- 17-year-old Red Gerard sleeping in, winning gold in slopestyle, and swearing on national TV
- Shaun White completing his third gold medal winning performance, and then hurling his helmet into the crowd, and then realizing that he needs that back
- Finnish coach Antti Koskinen stress knitting while his athlete prepares for his snowboarding run (#2018mood?)
- Snowboarder Chloe Kim landing back-to-back 1080s and winning gold (even while struggling with the hanger)
- Mikaela Shiffrin earning her first gold medal in the giant slalom
Both Mikaela Shiffrin and Chloe Kim are sponsored by Oakley, a leading provider of sporty eyewear and manufacturer of some of the best skiing and snowboarding goggles on the market.
These goggles are strong, sturdy, and smartly designed to allow the proper amount of airflow while flying down the mountain and landing a gold medal-worthy jump. Oakley is known for providing skiing and snowboarding goggles that provide a good mix of comfort and quality, keeping your eyes protected from wind, snow, and ice and shielding you from harsh sunlight and glare.
Plus they just look cool.
Here are some of our most popular Oakley goggles for skiing and snowboarding:
Airbrake MX (Best Seller!):
O Frame MX:
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