How do the SunGod Revolts Goggles perform on the mountain? Find out in our staff review by Sophie
SunGod has featured heavily on the goggle landscape this season, after well-known snowsports freestyle athletes James ‘Woodsy’ Woods, Rowan Cheshire and Matthew McCormick catapulted the brand into the spotlight. We managed to get our hands on a pair to see what all the fuss was about.
Naturally we took the goggles into the habitat which would suit them best, the mountains. There is a growing trend for larger, frameless goggles this season and people with smaller faces may struggle to avoid looking like an insect while keeping up with the trend.
I am one of those people.
Luckily, the Revolts are nice and flexible, easily moulding to fit my face. They are also very light which keeps them comfortable. I tested the goggles in varied conditions in the French Alps and found that they never steamed up thanks to the vents in the top and bottom to reduce fogging. No matter how warm I got, they stayed crystal clear. And when I was skiing through choppy conditions, the goggles stayed securely attached to my helmet thanks to the silicone strap.