New 2015 Nike Goggles Available for Pre-Order

2015 Nike SB Snowboard Goggles

Last year Nike teamed up with Dragon Goggles to produce some great looking ski and snowboard goggles but for 2015 they've done it alone and produced a collection of 3 totally badass goggles.

For Nike's first venture into producing their own ski and snowboard goggles they haven't spared any expense and have created a range that appeals to every rider...

The Nike Fade is a classic styled cylindrical goggle that's super comfortable thanks to it's polyurethane frame and overmolded outriggers allowing you to avoid nasty pinch points whether worn with or without a helmet. It also comes with Nike's new Speed Change Lens system and a bonus lens which means you can change the lens in seconds even when you're half way up the hill or got your gloves on. There's even a rad Halldor Helgason pro model which has his own thumbprint as a graphic.

2015 Nike Fade Goggles

The Nike Khyber (yeh, we're not sure how to pronounce it either!) has been designed to be the most comfortable goggle on the market thanks to it's outriggers made from a unique blend of polycarboate and ABS plastic. These are rigid enough to support the frame but soft enough to allow it to mold to any shaped face even when worn with a helmet. Just like the Fade goggle, the Khyber also comes with Nike's Speed Change Lens system. You've probably already seen the Khyber this year on the faces of some of the world's top athletes including Jamie Nichols at the Winter Olympics.

2015 Nike Khyber Goggles

The Nike Command is the Rolls Royce model of the range and is without doubt one of the best looking goggles we've ever seen. The huge spherical lens gives maximum vision but without making you look bug eyed and the Command has been packed with next level tech to give the best performance possible. Nike definitely haven't cut any corners with these! Like the Fade and Khyber, the Command comes with Nike's Speed Change Lens system.

2015 Nike Command Goggles

Nike are also one of the only brands using Transitions lens technology in 2015. We tried these out at our annual board test in Kaunertal, Austria and thought they were perfect. The weather was changing between dumping snow and bluebird skies and the lenses adjusted to everything without us even noticing when normally we'd be reaching for our low light lenses.