Data Galore On The Slopes With The Snow2 Goggles


What’s better than shredding some slopes, and getting some fresh air and exercise in the process? Well, slathering the experience with reams of data, of course! The Snow2 HUD system for ski goggles places a virtual 14″ image only 5ft. away from your eyes, in an unobtrusive corner, and grants you access to a suite of sensors that keep track of everything from speed, to airtime, to altitude changes, to outside temperature, and more. You can listen to music streamed from your phone, see texts as they come in, plot your position on a map, all the while never taking your eyes off the slope, and everything is controlled through a waterproof wrist-mounted Bluetooth-connected remote that can be easily accessed with gloves on.

Snow2’s modular design enables it to be integrated into goggles created by many of the world’s leading goggle brands. Depending on the goggle brand, the HUD can either be purchased pre-installed or separate from the goggles, whereby you simply snap fit the HUD into the specially designed Recon Ready goggle frame

There are actually more features than we care to list in this short article, but the gist is that the Snow2 will finally make your skiing (or snowboarding) experience digital. And if you’re a fan of this site, you’re also probably a fan of that idea. It’s $400, though until December 6th, you can get $100 off as part of their Black Friday deals.

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