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    Farewell to fogging.

    Abominable's Anti-Fog Goggle uses Klair's electronic anti-fog technology to keep your vision crystal clear throughout your ski sessions. Better than any anti-fog coating, Klair is a transparent, heat-conductive film placed between the goggle's two-part lens that clears foggy goggles. A quick tap of the side button boosts Klair's anti-fog technology in foggier moments, while a prolonged press counters fogging for the duration of the six-hour battery life. Abominable includes a micro USB cord that charges the battery within an hour.

    Apart from the electronic anti-fog technology, the Anti-Fog Goggle also features a high-quality, impact-resistant, Carl Zeiss lens, and Abominable makes the lens interchangeable for customizable tints in every condition. Each lens has an anti-scratch coating for additional durability, and the Arctic Wasp Wing ventilation pulls cool air in for better comfort. This frameless, helmet-compatible goggle provides an expanded view through the spherical design, and its adjustable strap has a memory-knit for customized comfort.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Klair anti-fog technology
    • Interchangeable lens
    • Carl Zeiss lens with anti-scratch coating
    • Arctic Wasp Wing ventilation
    • Helmet-compatible design
    • Adjustable memory-knit strap
    • Rechargeable battery
    • Micro USB cable included
    • Please see size chart for lens tint information
    • Item #ABO0001

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    Carl Zeiss, polycarbonate
    Interchangeable Lens
    yes
    Technical Features
    Klair electronic anti-fog technology, Arctic Wasp Wing ventilation system
    Frame
    elastopolymer
    Strap
    adjustable memory knit
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year limited

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    Best goggles ever

      I've finally solve the problem of fogging goggles. I've tried a bunch of other stupidly expensive goggles that didn't work (Smith I/OS) but these are the real deal. I could quibble about a few little things but overall these are awesome because the optics are fantastic and provide an amazingly clear view, and they NEVER fog for more than a few seconds. In my entire life I have never found goggles that worked so well.

      I sweat A LOT

        I used the goggles at one of the toughest hills I ski, more vertical terrain and powder than your average hill. I kept the goggles in the On mode and never experienced a moment of vision issue. This is like mana from heaven for a guy who generates as much heat as I do. I found that heavy snow didn't stick and freeze to the outside either! Great product, worth the price!

        Nice concept ... needs refinement!!!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        These are great!! I tested them hiking up #Solitude's "Fantasy Ridge." The exertion level (east coast lungs) created fog, but a simple press of the button made it disappear. There are three problems:

        1. It's heavy and even tightly fastened around my head, still tends to slip down a bit (not a lot, but a bit).
        2. The blue light on the right side is really hard to see on a sunny bluebird day. So, I am not sure if it on until the fog disappears.
        3. It is a bit large, even for me, who has a large head.

        But the core concept works like a charm and the battery lasts all day. It's having your private defrost in your googles and the Zeiss lens is superb in clarity. Can't complain ... they do what they are advertised to do.

        Foggy goggles are a thing of the past!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        In short, these goggles are awesome! No issues with fit, weight, or locating the main button with gloves on as others have suggested. The Zeiss lenses are top quality. One short, quick press of the button to instantly defog and a long press for six hours of continuous defogging. Battery life seems fine. The light on the inside of the lens that tells you what mode it's in is a little difficult to see, esp. on bright days, but I just cup my hand near the light to tell what mode it's on: blue for quick defog and orange for all day. Kudos to the team that designed these! Genius!

        Next generation should be on point

          The Zeiss lens is far superior to any other goggle lens that's available. This makes a huge difference when the light is flat.

          The Abom does have some kinks that will hopefully get resolved by next year. They are considerably heavier than most other goggles which contributes to a poor fit. Not only does the added weight make it almost impossible to breathe through your nose while wearing them but it creates gaps that snow can fly in and get in your eyes.

          I personally don't need the anti fog feature in my sunny day goggles, but would like the clarity of the Zeiss lens.

          Next generation should be on point

          Works Great

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I bought these goggles in advance of a 10 day heli trip in BC. The googles totally work! No mater what the conditions or the exertion level, you can clear any for with a push of a button. While you can leave the anti- fog technology on, I chose to just turn it on when the googles began to fog up. Any fog disappeared very quickly. Any worry of fogging no matter what the condition becomes a thing of the past.



          Couple issues that I hope Abom addresses in a second generation. The button to turn on the anti-fog function on the right side of the goggle is a little hard to find with gloves on. Also, the light in the upper right corner is a little hard to see with the goggle on in brighter light so it is sometimes hard to tell if you have turned the anti-fog function on. It would be great to have an audible confirmation but that may not be practicable with available battery life. Don't yet have a feel for extended battery life and how fast the battery life degrades. At first blush, battery life was no issue using the anti-fog technology as I detailed above.



          As others have commented here, the goggles are on the large side. This did present a challenge with a Smith helmet. I found the combination pushed the goggle down on my nose and made breathing more difficult out of my nose. I found myself pushing the goggle helmet combination up on a regular basis to clear up breathing through my nose. Not sure why the made the Goggle this big and I am encourage by some reports that the will be coming out with smaller models next year.



          Given all of the above, good and sort of bad, you should run and buy these goggles immediately if you want to insure fog will never be an issue on you snow adventure. I have tried about every goggle over the years and Abom has finally solved the fog problem. Any other issues are a small price to pay and hopefully even those issues will be in the rear view mirror next season.

          Works Great

          ABOM is the best

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          We ordered 4 pairs of these goggles a couple weeks ago and received them just in time for our trip to Steamboat. They did not disappoint!! No Fog, period. The battery life was perfect and would last all day. The sense was clear as a high end pair of sunglasses. The quality is excellent. I would recommend these to anyone who is tired of clearing fog and ice from their goggles, which should be just about everyone. Happy Skiing!!

          Totally works, but sizable

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          These are super nice and the tech is solid, I can skin up something with them on, and ski down, without ever getting fog. my friends feel like its gratuitous, but i think it's awesome. well built, zeiss lenses are exactly what you'd expect. only downside is they're bigger than your average goggle. not unwieldy, just bigger. not a downside for me, but maybe for someone else

          Hi! Thanks for the review. Just how big are the goggles? COuld you measure them for me? Like this: http://postimg.org/image/482mq95hx/

          The reason I ask is because I'd like to get a pair for snowmobiling but I'm not sure if they fit into a helmet like that.

          No time for fog in the mountains

            I heard about this kickstart last year I don't have the patient to buy and wait on something. I was goina pick these up even if we didn't stock them and was so excited when we did I think I picked them up the first day. I've used them twice and I dare to say I like them better than the oakleys I have I have tried to make them fog and was able to a few time and have one click of the button and the fog is gone just as advertised I love it. Tired of days/runs being ruined by fog no one has stepped up to the plate on this until now hopefully more companies will have competitive technology. The grey lense does seem very versatile I was a bit hesitant to believe that it could be but used it in low light was great as well as on a sunny day and I own the Oakley Prizm and a pair of photochromic sunglasses so I've become familiar with transition lenses idk much about the Abom lense but I love it so far I'm debating to buy the red or yellow or if I'm just better off with a spare grey.

            No time for fog in the mountains

            Hi! Thanks for the review. Just how big are the goggles? COuld you measure them for me? Like this: http://postimg.org/image/482mq95hx/

            The reason I ask is because I'd like to get a pair for snowmobiling but I'm not sure if they fit into a helmet like that.

            @archtme 8" x 4" is what I'm getting it does look like next year they have more models coming out I'm excited to see but don't mind the size about the same as my oakley flight decks. @johntron I have used them about 5 times now they died on me last time this is the first time charging them I push the button while charging it doesn't seem to work but the battery life seems really well.

            Is the heating powerfull enough for snowmobiling? My goggles will ice up frequently when out in below 0 conditions.