What is a "Goggle Cleaner" on LEVEL Snowboard Gloves?

Originally Published: September 04, 2018, Last Updated: September 04, 2018

What is a "Goggle Cleaner" on LEVEL Snowboard Gloves?

You may have read on different LEVEL product pages about a "Goggle Cleaner." What is it? How do they work? Find out now...

A "Goggle Cleaner" is a thin strip of terry-like material typically on the side of your right hand / index finger. On snowy or wet days, when your goggles get wet and hard to see out of, you can reach up and use the terry material like a windshield wiper. Just like on Tinder, swipe left and tell the moisture on your goggles you aren't interested...

How does the goggle cleaner work in the real world? Meh. It can do the job when there's a bit of snow or water on your goggles. But Rain X wipers it is not. On hard snowy days, you'll still need additional help to keep your goggles clear. Swipe left all you want, my friend. They keep coming back...





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