The Skigee is a small rubber wiper used to remove snow or rain from the surface of goggle lenses. The soft rubber won't scratch goggles*. This is simply one of those essential tools. Sold each, sorry no color choices.
- They can be worn on the thumb but we find it better to attach it to your jacket (a chest pocket zipper pull is a good attachment point) with a bit of cord then stashed in a pocket for safe keeping.
- Skigees are available in assorted colors (Red, Black, Green, Grey, Teal, Blue or Purple).
- Sorry, we are unable to accommodate specific color requests, but if you really can't stand a color let us know.
- Sold each (ie. QTY 1 = 1 Skigee).
*Apparently some goggles have a super fancy coating that can't be touched, much less wiped...if the instructions caution against touching the lens then don't use a Skigee on them!
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We live and ski in BC, and some days our goggles ice up repeatedly. The Skigee is a great device for clearing the goggles and improving visibility. We do not note any damage to the lenses, and appreciate this handy tool.
Work Great !!! In both snow and rain, very handy, better visibility keeps you skiing safer.....
Fantastic product that really helps your skiing in bad weather.
This tool is effective, convenient and inexpensive.
Works great, I keep it attached to the back of my left glove so I can use it with my right hand at any time. I'm in the Northwest, so we get a lot of freezing fog / stick to your goggles schmeng, nothing works better, and no potential damage to my pricey goggles.
If you ski anywhere with wetter snow or humidity these are no-brainer. Saw a patroler with one attached to his jacket with a retractable lanyard and set off to find them online the next day. Can be worn around a glove finger as well.
I use this for when I ride my motorcycle in the rain. Since I live in the Pacific Northwest I use it very often since I ride year round. Highly recommend it.
Hang around your neck. Great for removing wet snow and water from goggles. Saves "wet thumb".
I went skiing several times late into the spring season, and each time, I utilized my Skigee on multiple occasions to keep my goggles free from rain, sleet, or man-made snow.