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Not just for fee-noms.

Gear doesn't make you ride better, but quality goggles do a damn good job of giving you the visibility needed to hit, stick, and ride out. The Von Zipper Feenom Goggle w/ Bonus Lens is just the winter windshield you need to see the landing clearly no matter what the conditions. The anti-fog lens coating, strategically placed vents, and strap hinges come together in a stylish package that can only be bettered with X-ray vision.
  • Thermo-Polyurethane frame retains flexibility in temps that can freeze your ass to a chair
  • Articulating hinge adjusts to provide the most comfortable fit whether you wear a helmet or not
  • Spherical lens mimics the shape of your eyes to provide wide peripheral vision and the least amount of distortion
  • Triple-density face foam is lined with soft fleece to pull moisture away from your skin when you cry at the double rainbow
  • Forward frame design with upper and lower lens venting allows significant airflow to eliminate fogging
  • Extra-bonus-super-sick-deal lens included

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3 5

decent, but not my favorite

I liked these, but they fog up really easily on warmer days, if I ever started sweating they would get a little foggy. I scratched the lens as a result of trying to clear the fog so frequently. Next time I will get some goggles that match the helmet, they just didn't fit that well with my RED branded helmet.

3 5

Not for me

First, let me say thanks to backcountry for the amazing return policy. I was really stoked about these goggles at the beginning of the season. The quality and construction is great, they look great and the optics are very good (although the red chrome lenses seemed darker than other similar lenses I have tried). However, they have two major problems in my eyes. They were a 1 star for me, but I gave them 3 stars for the quality construction and free extra lense.

1. These don't work with a helmet. Maybe if you have some jibberish helmet they will work, I don't know, but with my Smith Variant they were getting pushed down on my nose, were uncomfortable, and looked awkward. I have a pretty big face too . . . I hated having a pair of goggles I wanted to wear but knew I couldn't with my helmet. I don't need anymore motivation to not wear a helmet.

2. High Maintence: I have rocked the Smith Alias/Motive for years and always feel like I can put them on a forget about them. With the Feenom that wasn't the case. I had to be very careful to keep them on so that they wouldn't fog up. They were very testy as far as fogging, which is a major hastle. I also found that the red chrome lense worked very poorly in flatter light. I appreciate that they include two lenses and the blue clear lense is very nice. However, it sucks to start out on a sunny day with the chrome lense and have the weather change and not be able to use your goggles at all. With other chrome lenses, including the Scott Red Chrome lense, I find they do just fine in flatter light. Not ideal of course, but more than useable.

I am sad to have not liked these. I really wanted to. But I have enough to think about dealing with testy ski boots and I don't want the same from my goggle. That they won't work with a helmet and fogged more than others I have used put me over the edge with these . . .

1 5

Garbage!!!!

Bought these instead of the EG2'S. Big mistake!! Used one day in sunny conditions and worked good. Used a second in snowy POW conditions and they fogged and then the moisture inside turned into ice. I changed the lens and guess what?? SAME thing happend on the first lift. They look cool, thats about it. They may work for some people, but for me they are straight up junk. I spent the $140 for equipment that I can rely on. Big Mistake!!

2 5

Where do I get lenses?

Very nice fit and grate visibility, but lenses are hard to find!

I want to buy replacement lenses but all around world, dealers have little to offer.

They are all sold out and the Vonzipper homepage cant address any dealers.

I thought this would be a convertible system that had may options to offer. But at the present situation the Feenom goggles is a fixed goggles.

Vonzipper, please increase the the production of snow goggles replacement lenses!

Responded on

The lenses are completely interchangeable, I change mine all the time. We have them here on backcountry, but they might just be sold out at the moment, although I know the polarized are in stock right now. You shouldn't give something 2 stars because you cant find replacement lenses, this has nothing to do with the quality of the actual goggle itself and it totally throws people off when they see a low rating review like that. I ski with these goggles every day and I know they don't deserve 2 stars.

5 5

The best goggles of all time!!

Seriously just the best fitting, most comfortable, and most kickass looking goggles on the market. I searched around forever and these are by far the best out there!!!!

4 5

Great vision, lightweight, reliable

I have had little trouble with these goggles. Perfect vision, comfortable on the head (with or without the use of a helmet - I'm using http://www.dogfunk.com/smith-holt-skullcandy-single-shot-audio-helmet?cmp_id=EM_TRN3003&mv_pc=r200&rmid=DF_HYG&rrid=394023448), and you hardly notice you're wearing them. Had no issue with them being 'foggy' as others might suggest - and this includes falling constantly in a LOT of powder runs. Would recommend to anyone!

2 5

not recommended

I like the look and the feel of the frames. Condensation inbetween lenses drives me insane. The clasps on the straps do not hold, they slide. I've tried Spy, Dragon and now Von Zipper. Im going back to Smiths

4 5

foggy!

the first time i used them strait outta the box and they are by far the most badass goggles iv ever used! but on my way up the FIRST chair lift of the day and the top already started to fog. and they just got worse and worse through out the day kinda disapointing for the money

4 5

good for night and day

Great goggles with great anti fog, extra lense for sunnier days and original lens for bliZzard conditions, comfortable as ever with a look that turns heads

5 5

Peripheral!

I ride with a helmet, and I really believe that bigger is better with goggles because field of view is so important. These have the max amount of vision for a goggle that fits great with a helmet (some people can pull of EG2 with helmet, but I don't want my nose crushed). I got the White and Gold band, with Gold Mirror lens. The gold mirror lens is great for mid level light to bright light, and the bonus lens is the nightstalker blue, which is perfect for night riding and low light situations. Basically this 2 lens package is all around killer. The only issue I have is that the inside of the goggles gets soft when its wet, and can almost distort a little. Not sure if there is a way around this, but its can be a hassle. As for fogging I haven't had many issues, and I sweat a lot when I am ripping hard. Any goggle will fog in certain situations (face mask, overly sweaty on warm day, going from outside to inside a warm room) these are just properties of physics and cannot be avoided, so please disreguard most comments about goggles fogging up when they get sweaty or warm. I ride 100+ days a year and I know that most of those comments come from recreational users. Anyway this is a legit goggle, great periph, and you'll look like a boss with that big ole mirror shinin in the sun.

5 5

Peripheral, function, STEEZ

I ride with a helmet, and I really believe that bigger is better with goggles because field of view is so important. These have the max amount of vision for a goggle that fits great with a helmet (some people can pull of EG2 with helmet, but I don't want my nose crushed). I got the White and Gold band, with Gold Mirror lens. The gold mirror lens is great for mid level light to bright light, and the bonus lens is the nightstalker blue, which is perfect for night riding and low light situations. Basically this 2 lens package is all around killer. The only issue I have is that the inside of the goggles gets soft when its wet, and can almost distort a little. Not sure if there is a way around this, but its can be a hassle. As for fogging I haven't had many issues, and I sweat a lot when I am ripping hard. Any goggle will fog in certain situations (face mask, overly sweaty on warm day, going from outside to inside a warm room) these are just properties of physics and cannot be avoided, so please disreguard most comments about goggles fogging up when they get sweaty or warm. I ride 100+ days a year and I know that most of those comments come from recreational users. Anyway this is a legit goggle, great periph, and you'll look like a boss with that big ole mirror shinin in the sun.

5 5

Awesome Goggles

Wore these for the first time this weekend. I have to say these goggles are awesome. Had my UA mask on and when I had the mouth piece under the goggles my old pair would fog like crazy. These did a great job defogging themselves. They also have very good visibility.

Im looking for goog googles for night...

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Im looking for goog googles for night sking. should i go with a polarized lense?

Responded on

NO. Polarized lenses are way too dark for night skiing. I recommend either Yellow Chrome or Nightstalker blue from VZ. Most of the Feenom goggles from VZ come with the Nightstalker Blue lens as an extra lens...except for the Black Gloss Polarized.

Are the blue translucent/ astro chrome...

Posted on

Are the blue translucent/ astro chrome ones reflective or translucent?

Responded on

The Astro Chrome lens does have a slight mirror to it but it is not completely reflective. So people may still be able to see your eyes through the lens depending on the light conditions. Here's another view of the lens on VonZipper's site:
http://eu.vonzipper.com/#/products/goggles/feenom/1/F6GFEG%20VZW0%209077/4836/Feenom_BLUE_TRANSLUCENT_ASTRO_CHROME

5 5

The Grand Father of all goggles

The VZ Feenom is one bad mambajamba. It is one of the most comfy goggles on the market and the field of vision is amazing.

The Grand Father of all goggles

What is the bonus lens? and also, is there...

Posted on

What is the bonus lens? and also, is there a chart anywhere with light percentages for all these lenses? seems like the description is kinda vague when it says "yellow chrome" does this mean the chrome is yellow, or the lens is yellow? haha

Best Answer Responded on

unless they changed it up again im pretty sure it is the nightstalker blue lens

http://www.vision3k.com/von-zipper-goggle-lenses.asp
gives a good break down of the VLT and lens
much easier to navigate than the VZ website lol

5 5

AWESOME

These goggles totally rock!!! They fit perfectly with my both helmets. Lenses are really easy to change from one to another. They are quiete wide, i have a small face but it aint a prob cause it covers plenty of it and therefore protects me better from wind, snow etc
highly recommend them!!
paula

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Hey mate, out of curiosity what Helmets do you crank with these bad boys? Is there a particular brand or style helmet they work better with?

Hey,

What is the VLT of the supplied lense...

Posted on

Hey,

What is the VLT of the supplied lense and bonus lense?

Thanks

Responded on

Light Transmission for the Astro Chrome is 41% and Nightstalker Blue is 58%. I've ridden both lenses a bunch, and the Astro Chrome actually seems darker than 41%. I've used it on Sunny and Cloudy days and it is an amazing all around lens. The Nightstalker is a great low-light/night lens. If the snow is puking and it is cloudy, then the Nightstalker is the way to go.