NOTE! This site uses cookies and similar technologies. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies from this website.
I understand
More Info

We test Poc's Fovea goggles to see if their classic Swedish design and style can translate to equally good performance
Price
£115
Quality
9
Comfort
9
Value
8
Performance
9
Overall Score
9
+
Classic, understated good looks
Lenses are not interchangeable

Developed in conjunction with Poc team athlete Aaron Blunck, the Fovea has a spherical lens that offers a great peripheral and vertical field of view - amongst the best on test.

It also features an optical grade polycarbonate outer and a cellulose propionate inner, which provides for top quality optical performance.

The lens is treated against scratching and fogging, and the soft, flexible PU frame moulds to the shape of your face to a certain extent, even in cold conditions; this combined with the triple-layer face foam makes for a very comfy wearer experience and after a while you're scarcely aware that you've got a pair of goggles on.

Note, however, that the lenses are not interchangeable, so whatever tint you buy is what you're stuck with.

The helmet-compatible design is quite simple and stylish, with foam covered vents top and bottom to allow air flow and prevent fogging.

The goggles we tested came with a funky matte pink frame and pink and orange strap, which may not be to everyone's taste but we liked it!

In short the Fovea is a well-made, classic looking ski goggle that will appeal to skiers and boarders looking for a no-frills design that does what it says on the tin.

All our reviews are independent and unbiased. We may earn a commission when you buy from links to Amazon and other affiliates on this page.