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 (Neon Orange, Neon Green, 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!
Tech Tip: If your Skigee becomes bent or deformed, just drop it into a cup or bowl of hot water (just off boil) and in a couple minutes it will be as good as new. Lay flat on a counter to cool.
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Rode the chair lift at Anthony Lakes Resort during a freezing fog day. My chair partner had one of these and kept his googles free if fog so it didn't freeze over the lens. My googles got iced over and his were clean due to keeping moisture off. I asked to see what he had and I ordered 10 so I could give to friends and family. They are a must to have and don't scratch your goggles.
These little gadgets are fantastic. I have used them for years but they stopped selling them in local ski shops. A must for days when the snow is wet or if it turns to rain. Great to have extras to give to friends.
Superior results using these! All outdoor enthusiasts using goggles and large sun glasses should keep one “At the ready”. Great value.
The product is good. The advertisement picture is misleading. Had I paid closer attention to the ad I would have opted to buy elsewhere at $.50 per item.
MUST HAVE FOR SNOWY/RAINY DAYS!
Works great as a squeegee for wet lenses but not that it is not stiff enough to scrape off ice and rime. I still need to keep my credit card handy for scraping.
If you are in the snow in anything but the lightest powder, you need one of these. If you live in a climate where the snow changes temps a lot or is often close to or just above freezing temps, this item becomes 100% necessary. Otherwise, you can't see, or you scratch your lenses. Plus, they're so inexpensive that you can just get a bunch and give them to your friends.
THERE IS NONE OTHER. I GIVE THEM TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND NEVER RUN OUT. BOGGLES MY MIND THAT ALL SHOPS AT MOUNTAINS DON'T HAVE THEM FOR SALE.
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.