Revision Military recently unveiled its new SnowHawk Cold Weather Goggle System.
“The SnowHawk Cold Weather System is the first-ever fully integrated ballistic goggle and balaclava system offering complete face coverage, superior anti-fog performance, and ballistic protection,” according to a Revision press release.
Revision developed this goggle system in collaboration with Anon Optics, a leader in goggle design for snow sports and a brand owned by Burton Snowboards.
“Extensive time, attention, and resources were dedicated to ensuring the breathability of this cold weather system: Mesh over the mouth and nose directs breath away from the goggle; the dual-pane thermal gasket lens creates an insulated barrier; built-in top and lateral forced-air vents provide constant airflow; and, Revision’s leading OcuMax Plus coating is applied on the inside of the lens to prevent fogging, plus a hard-coat is on the outside of the lens to resist scratching,” according to the release.
The SnowHawk system’s balaclava design uses Anon’s Magnetic Facemask Integration technology to seamlessly integrate the goggle and balaclava, ensuring stabilization and seal, with no skin exposed, according to the release.
Revision has tested the SnowHawk Cold Weather Goggle System in the company’s Research & Development laboratory, and the SnowHawk system has undergone rigorous review by multiple organizations in many diverse environments and conditions, including in Alaska, California, Norway, Canada, and atop Mount Washington, New Hampshire, a location known to be one of the coldest and harshest in the U.S., according to the release.
The SnowHawk Cold Weather System retails from $230 to $270 is available in black or winter white.