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Combat fogging and limited vision with the Spy Platoon.

The Spy Platoon Goggle is ready to wage war on fogged lenses, slipping straps, and inferior optics. With an oversized fit to let you see everything in your path and an array of weapons designed to fight the elements, you're armed and ready to conquer the battlefield that is the mountain.

The ARC spherical lens provides crystal clear, distortion-free vision so you can accurately take in everything going on around you when you're mobbing down a chaotic slope or slipping through a tight tree stash, and it has an anti-fog coating to keep your lens clear throughout the day. The flexible polyurethane frame features Scoop ventilation for unrestricted airflow and to help fight fog even more. Isotron face foam ensures a comfy fit, and a Dri-Force fleece lining wicks away moisture. The Platoon also has a silicone-ribbed strap so you never have to worry about your gogs slipping out of place, and it's compatible with the most popular helmets on the market so you can ride safely.

  • ARC spherical 5.5-base lens
  • Anti-scratch and anti-fog coating
  • Polyurethane frame
  • Triple-layer Isotron face foam
  • Dri-Force fleece lining
  • Silicone-ribbed strap
  • Helmet-compatible
  • Bonus lens included

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Super Comfy

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have the green mirror lense and it's great on a blue bird day, and it's easy to change out for a white out day. Only thing is the mirror comes off pretty easily after the first scratch. I love tree runs and it definitely has an affect on my goggles. I have a size 6 3/4 head (so pretty small) and these are on the big side but I can still wear them under my helmet.

Super Comfy

No fog and looking good

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These are great. Living in UT we see a lot of clouds up in the canyons, so I really appreciate the low light lens and great ventilation. You can truly feel the air coming in through the vents keeping you fog free even under the most exerting climbs/tours. I have a smallish face and the goggles are still comfortable a peripheral vision is excellent. Scratch resistance is the only are in need of improvement. Low light lens is pictured...well it will be once the website lets me upload a pic. One last thing, as far as happy lenses go. Psuedoscience makes for great advertising, these goggles will make you happy because they don't fog, they are comfortable, and have a great field of vision :)

No fog and looking good


  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

100% satisfaction. Honestly I couldn't be happier. I trash goggles every second month and these are indestructible.

Your Favorite Frame with new Technology

Now the Platoon has the Happy Lens! I've been wearing the happy lens in my sunglasses for years, I'm really excited they are in the goggles this year as well.


3 Seasons of Abuse

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These goggles are basically the goggles zeus used when throwing lightning bolts. Oakley and Dragon need to watch and learn cause these goggles lense tint doesnt drip off when wet, i dont feel ike im wearing beer goggles as the frame doesnt impair side vision. (I have a big head so thats saying something) the anti fog is legendary and only had an issue after face planting in a pond (Pilot Error) and there comfy. i dont feel like im wearing tight plastic toy goggles. I log over 100 days on snow a season and these guys where on my face for about 90 of those. Plus they feel like they will last forever. ive had these goggles for 3 seasons almost 300 days on my face and my only regret is not owning a second pair. A+ would buy A+would reccomend


My new favorite piece of gear

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have a sweaty beast problem. When I snowboard, I sweat. A Lot. Especially when tackling moguls and steeps and playing in the park. I have had Oakley Crowbars and Smith I/Os. Both have fogged and/or frozen, on a regular basis. I just bought a pair of Platoon goggles and rocked them all weekend at Mount Snow. No fogging at all. Even with my facemask pulled all the way up (it was 10 degrees!) and a very sweaty mogul run. No fog. Clear vision. And a rad ass mirror lens to boot. Love my new goggles.

why are you on moguls on a snowboard? i think thats the real question

Because I went left instead of right.....