ZIONOR X4 Ski Goggles Magnetic Lens - Snowboard Snow Goggles for Men Women Adult
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- High Performance Anti-fog & UV Protection - Ski & snowboard goggles with unique anti-fogging treatment and 100% UV400 protection coating.
- Magnetic Lens Technology - 8 magnets hold the lens tight and easy to be replaced for different terrains and light conditions when skiing and snowboarding.
- Spherical View and Smooth Venting - 180+ degree panoramic view design for super clear vision and less visual interference. Optimized vent channels enhance air-flow and reduce fogging.
- More Safety and Solid - Ruggedized lens with ZIONOR special EDT (Enhanced Durability Tech) for better impact-resistance and protect skier and snowboarder.
- Customer Oriented Service - All ZIONOR snow goggles are designed for both men and women, we provide swift response customer service if there is anything you need.
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ZIONOR Lagopus X4 Ski Snowboard Snowmobile Goggles with Magnet Fast Lens Changing System
ZIONOR Lagopus series dual-lens ski goggles featured with anti-fog, anti-wind and 100% UV protection to protect your eyes when skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and other snow sports.
Clear vision at day & night in all weather condition: Different lens VLTs offer great panoramic vision and clean sight for all the way on the slope.
Compatible with your own sport gears: The Lagopus series snow goggles come with adjustable extra-long head strap which compatible with helmet and different head sizes from teenager to adult.
Lagopus X4 Ski Goggles Highlights:
- Anti-winds and keep you warm.
- Magnet quick lens-changing system for better lens swapping and cleaning.
- Anti-fog and two way venting for clear and clean vision.
- Comfortable triple-layer foam for face fitting.
- 100% UV400 Protection.
- PC lens + TPU frame for impact-resistance.
- Elastic strap for better helmet compatibility.
Please do not use finger or rough cloth to wipe and clean the lens as they will either stain or scratch the lens.
Please keep the ski goggle in the pouch or box instead of facing on the ground or desk.
Please do not use mascara or other oily substance in case lens gets dirty.
Please air-dry the ski goggles after every snow sport e.g. skiing, snowboarding and etc.
Please do not wipe the inner lens which will invalidating anti-fog function.
VLT(Visible Light Transmission) References:
VLT 0-8% - Suitable for sunny day with bright light.
VLT 9-18% - Suitable for sunny to partly cloudy day.
VLT 19-42% - Suitable for overcast, cloudy， foggy day.
VLT 43-79% - Suitable for low light conditions.
VLT 80-99% - Suitable for dark night.
- Lens type: Spherical
- Detachable Lens: Yes
- UV400 Protection: Yes
- Anti-fog Coating: Yes
- Lens Material: PC
- Frame Material: TPU
- Lens Finish: Full REVO
- Magnet Lens: 8 Magnet Spots
- Ventilation: Two-way channel
- Recommended: Skiing/Snowboarding
- Outer Lens Material: PC
- Inner Lens Material: CP
Product detailsColor:A0-lagopus X4 Black Frame Revosilverlens Vlt 8.59% | Lens Color:ZIONOR Lagopus X4 Complete Goggles
- Package Dimensions : 8.6 x 7 x 4.7 inches; 6.4 Ounces
- Department : Mens, Womens, Unisex
- Date First Available : January 2, 2016
- Manufacturer : ZIONOR
- ASIN : B07CQTQDB1
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#46,329 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #17 in Snow Sports Goggles
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What I've found over the past several years here in New England on the mountains I typically ski is that I rarely find myself in those bluebird bright, clear, sunny days. I'd say 80% of my skiing is overcast, in snowstorms, or in flat light beginning about 2 PM until 4:30 PM when the lifts close. One mountain in particular has almost all the trails facing north so that flat light is guaranteed in the afternoon.
So, I started looking around for a goggle with a quick change lens solution that would allow me to make the optimum choice for weather conditions or adapt quickly to changing conditions throughout the day. I found these Zionor X4 goggles here on Amazon and liked the idea of the magnetic lens retention system. Also, Zionor offers a really wide range of replacement lenses. Lastly, these are a spherical lens which offers the best peripheral vision with low distortion and looks cool.
The goggle frame seems really well designed and manufactured. It's as nice as my former goggles and as nice as brands cost 4 times as much. These have all the features ski goggles need.....
1.) Flexible, well shaped frame.
2.) Ability to integrate with helmets. I tried it with all 3 of my helmets and had no problems.
3.) Good foam fitting up against your face for a tight seal and comfort.
4.) The strap has a squiggly line of silicone all the way around so, it should cling to a helmet really well.
5.) Top and bottom ventilation holes for prevention of fogging with airflow.
6.) A 2 piece lens system separated by a silicone gasket to help prevent fogging in cold air.
7.) An anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens to further fight fogging.
8.) Large, wide and tall spherical lens that provides plenty of peripheral vision
9.) A wide selection of VLT, colors, and REVO flash coatings that cover almost any condition you're likely to encounter.
THE GAME CHANGER
10.) Magnetic lens retention for fast (like 5 seconds) lens changes means it's no longer an ordeal to change your lens out when the clouds blow in or out and the inevitable flat light arrives in the afternoon. And you don't need to spend money to buy a second and third set of goggles.
11.) Zionor sells a hard case for these goggles and I bought one. My Habers came with a microfiber cloth bag and they still got scratched even though I was really careful with them. I'm hoping the hard case gives these X4's a little better chance of survival in my ski bag.
Here's what I bought for lenses given my previously stated realization that here in New England I end up skiing in bad light 80% of the time.....
SUNNY CONDITIONS- The grey tint lens with the Revo Red flash and 16.87% VLT. I like the brown tint of my Habers and their polarized lens better but this is a good trade off since I seldom encounter a need for polarized glare reduction. This grey tint doesn't distort colors like the brown tint and the red flash helps cut glare enough to make a difference. This looks like the typical sunglass lens. It just darkens everything while keeping colors natural looking. The red flash looks cool from the outside of the lens too.
CLOUDY / MID BRIGHT / OR CHANGING CONDITIONS - The purple or fuchsia tint lens with no flash and 49.02% VLT. This is likely the lens I'll end up using the most. LOL, I don't like the purple look and it does alter colors with a purple tint to everything. But it does pop the contrast in lousy light and allow me to see the terrain. Seeing where I'm going is high on my list of priorities at 60 mph on skis so, I'm willing to live with the purple look and a little color distortion in exchange for my safety. I'm not concerned at all that these aren't polarized as glare becomes a non-issue in low light conditions.
LOW LIGHT / SNOWING / FOG - The light yellow / green lens with 70.48% VLT. Amazing! This lens is the one that gave me an Oh My God moment when compared to what I was using before. Yes, they put a yellow tint on everything and distort colors. But, the pop in contrast and general brightness gives the illusion they are amplifying the existing light. They aren't of course but, your brain perceives a huge increase in visible light and contrast. These will likely be my "go to" lens when it's snowing or every afternoon when the flat light kicks in or in really overcast conditions. Once again, I'm not concerned at all that these aren't polarized as glare becomes a non-issue in low light conditions or a snow storm.
That's my 3 lens solution. Obviously, everyone's choices will vary with their needs and preferences. But the good news is that you have a lot of choices. I do wish they had a brown tint lens available as that's my favorite for eye comfort but the grey is a good enough substitute for my purposes. All my lenses arrived in perfect condition but.....the spare lenses arrive with no protection whatsoever outside of the packaging for shipping. I would highly recommend picking up a microfiber bag for each spare lens to protect it even if you buy the hard case. The goggles themselves do come with a microfiber bag that will protect the goggles and one installed lens. I did buy the hard case and it will hold the goggles and two replacement lenses.
Hint: Another reason you want a microfiber bag for each lens. When swapping a lens and popping it off the frame, turn the microfiber bag inside out then stick your hand in it like a sock puppet. Use your protected hand to pop the lens off. This way you won't get fingerprints on the outside or especially the inside of the lens where the anti-fog coating resides. Once the lens pops off, just pull the bag up over the lens to turn it right side out and you're done without ever touching the lens with your hand. When you go to put the new lens on just reverse the procedure and hold the lens at the bottom of the bag and pull the bag down until the lens is exposed. Using your bag/glove go ahead and pop the lens on then put the microfiber bag away.
As for the magnetic lens changing system, I've popped all three lenses on and off multiple times. They are attached strongly with no air leaks but they pop off easily when using your hand and the lenses are easy to grip. Popping them back on, the lens basically jumps out of your hand when it gets close to the frame and seems to center itself perfectly. At least that's what it's done for me every time. I was expecting to need to be really careful lining it up but the magnets seem to be foolproof as long as you have the lens lined up reasonably well. This is what I bought these goggles for and I Love It!!!!!
PS - I think these are a Chinese product and I know that a lot of these Chinese startups and brands have handed out free samples in exchange for reviews. I'm not sure if this company does this or not. I didn't receive any discount or other promotional offer. I found these through my own poking around on Amazon and research. I paid for them out of my own pocket. My review is biased only by my own opinions and experience.
After they arrived I was super impressed. The build quality is about 95% as good as the Anon M2's. Anon M2's offer more fashionable options, but when it comes to functionality the Zionor X4's are equal to the Anon M2's. I ended up buying 4 lenses for these goggles and now I have a full host of VLT options for numerous different types of conditions and visiblity.
I am extremely happy with these goggles. Except for style they are equal to goggles that costs hundreds of dollars more. If I could go back in time, I would however buy the outdoor master version of these goggles. Same frame design, same lens design, same manufacturer, better style options.
By Vincent on March 16, 2018
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Reviewed in Canada on October 20, 2020
I've had these through two seasons and just bought another lense for them. Still no complaints
It's large enough with good overall coverage to protect from the elements such as wind and even does a good job with warmth. The lens are actually interchangeable and the magnet design it uses works well, allowing for quick change ups depending on that day's daylight conditions. Most importantly, for me, it didn't fog up which is often difficult to find. It's also worth noting the foam is quite thick and subsequently comfortable on the face. So far after more uses than I thought I'd be going it's performed well, and the strap is thick and tensile enough to fit over my helmet with no issues.