Absorbent, non-abrasive sponge wipes away snow and water from goggle lenses.
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The thing I love most about this little spongue is i can pull it out of a side pocket and wipe my lens from rain, snow, and anything else without scratching my lens. I'm suprised when people use their glove, get an eraser! ;)
Ca we pick up ski passes in your SLC...
Ca we pick up ski passes in your SLC store?
dude ask those questions directly to backcountry, they got great ppl redy to chat with you
Best of them all
This is the best one i've ever used. Even on a night when they are blasting snow it clean the snow and ice right off my goggles nothing left just a clear lense. No scratching nothing. I love this item
when you order the eraser do you pick the...
when you order the eraser do you pick the color?
Might as well bring it
This little eraser is nice to have on snowy days. It generally gets most of the snow off your goggles. Sometimes it leaves streaks on your lens, but it is never a big problem. The biggest problem I have is getting it out of my pocket with gloves on. It is pretty small and can be hard to grasp sometimes with gloves. Once you get it, it is easy to wipe your lenses free. And it is so small, why not have it?
Did ok with the fog issues or small amounts of moisture. If you take a digger and need something to absorb moisture I still recommend having a larger cloth to help out. Size is great for inside pocket for on piste days.
Have only needed to use it once so far, but it seemed to suck up the moisture and leave my goggles dry and fog free.
It does well to remove most the water, but the goggles aren't perfectly clear until you cool down or get enough speed/wind to cool them off. It is small enough to get inside. You'll need pipe gloves or bare hands to do a good job. It made my total order eligible for free shipping.
Fits in any pocket.
This is a great little tool for keeping your goggles dry and streak free.
i didnt expect it to be so small, but i guess it has to fit in your pocket, works good in my home test lol. i splashed my goggles with water, and dried it. simple. Thumbs up tho. might as well get one
snow eraser not worth it
sure it breaks the snow up on your goggles without scratching them, but it leaves streaks and water droplets all over the lenses. due your self a favor and go to autozone buy an absorber for your car and cut off little piece for skiing. your car and goggles will thank you forever. they will also both be streak free!
This is the best snow removal devise ever made. I use Smith Turbo Fan goggles with glasses or shades inside them. When I take a header in CO powder I have 4 surfaces to clean. The sponge removes the bulk fast and the chamois cleans up the rest. Great product. I lost my eight year old one on a lift, out of bounds (Sucks) at the Beav, and ordered a few extra just in case I lose another one! Sweet product.
Gotta have it
I love my smith snow eraser so much I keep it in my ski pants pocket at all times. I use it almost everyday to buff off my goggles. Good stuff.
Gift me up
The Snow Eraser makes a great gift and does a decent job. I found the leathery side to be a lot more useful than the sponge side.
After 10 days of powder in Japan, I can safely say that this board is awesome. Its a super responsive all-mountain board. I would recommend this board to anyone at an intermediate level of riding who wants a well-priced board that will let them progress.
Neat little guy
This product works better than the other ones I have tried. Easy to carry in your pocket or pack and doesnt take up much room at all.
Cool little tool
The chamois side is a bit more useful than the foam side... all in all, a nice little tool to keep your goggles clean.