Lens not lasting? A gogglesoc is a protective microfiber cover for your ski or snowboard goggles.
Use it to clean and protect. One size fits all (mostly). Easy on, easy off.
Your gogglesoc is made from rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) recycled plastic bottles
We recognize we can't change the world alone, but by making gogglesocs from recycled plastic bottles we are doing our part to conserve our resources, and keep waste out of our landfills.
Do your part to. Make your lens last.
Total Bottles Repurposed
Machine washable. Wash with similar colors on normal wash cycle. Do not bleach.
Air or tumble dry. Do not iron.
Dry clean if you like... although this may be overkill for a gogglesoc. ;)
a gogglesoc is a one size fits 'most' product.
There are some goggle sizes that a gogglesoc does not work so well on. We do not recommend purchasing gogglesocs for childrens goggles (age 5 and under).
There are some adult frames that a gogglesoc does not work so well on either. If you're unsure. Please send us an email at email@example.com.
All gogglesocs are made from 88% rPET and 12% spandex. Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (or rPET for short) is manufactured using post consumer recycled plastic bottles.
We include spandex in the manufacture of our products to give gogglesocs a stretchy feel that allows them to 'cling' snugly to your goggles.
The microfiber fabric we use is suitable for cleaning your lens as well as protecting it from scratches.
Gogglesoc products are sold in thousands of retailers worldwide. Although we can't guarantee what products or prints they offer, check out our store locator to find one of our retail partners near you!
Unlike a goggle bag, the gogglesoc protects your goggle when it is on your head or on your helmet
gogglesocs are made in Cambodia in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible factory
Your gogglesoc will keep your lens dry during light snowfalls, but it is not designed to be waterproof.
gogglesocs can be washed whenever you need, they are washing machine friendly.
We're stoked to say that one recycled plastic bottle gives us enough fabric for three gogglesocs.