Save your goggles, use the DAKINE Goggle Case.
For maximum eyewear protection, ditch the cloth bag and store you goggles in the DAKINE Goggle Case. Nobody likes scratched lenses, and a flimsy pouch won’t cut when you goggles are kicking around the bed of your truck, covered in all manner of gear. DAKINE gave this case an extra lens sleeve for your backups and mesh vents so your goggles won’t get all stank-ass-moldy if you put them away wet after a day of face shots.
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Practical But Not Bombproof
Bombproof? No, but it works. The inside is soft, roomy enough to fit a pair of goggles comfortably, and provides an adequate amount of cushioning. As long as you don't sit on the case or leave wet goggles in it, it does the job.
It works ok
Like the other reviewers, I was disappointed that the shell is not really a hard case. The interior is nice though, for preventing scratches. You still need to exercise some care when packing. Better than the cardboard box that googles come in when you buy them. One of my pairs of googles is a pretty tight fit, so if you have oversized googles, this probably won't work for you.
It gets the job done...
This goggle case gets the job done by providing a safe and secure container for your goggles. The soft fabric lining keeps your goggles safe and scratch-free. If your goggles are wet, make sure you leave them out overnight - the case really isn't all that breathable and you'll have fogging issues if you don't. Also, the case isn't exactly a hard case, so it's far from crush-proof. Still, this case works better than those cheap goggle bags that typically come with your goggles.
Better than a beanie
Used this all last season 1-2x /week. It really kept my goggles from getting scratched. I was a little worried about it not being hard shell, but it does offer some smash protection. Definitely better than shoving them in a beanie. Just bought the hard Smith case for my newer more expensive goggles. I think the extra $7 is worth it for the hard case.