Ski goggles aren’t what they used to be, they’re better. Several models have interchangeable lenses so you can swap them to suit the conditions on the slopes, but those interchangeable can be difficult to handle. Burton introduced a new pair of Anon ski goggles, which will be available in fall 2012, that use magnets to secure lenses and allow for an easy swap.
Lenses have six magnet connection points that secure the lenses in place so you don’t lose them on the slopes, or on the lift. Burton claims the goggles have been tested on impact of over 75Gs without having any problems.