Giro Contact Goggle review. OnTheSnow reviewed this goggle as part of its 2015/2016 Goggle Buyers' Guide.

Favorite Features: Clicking in a new lens via the Magnetic Interchange Lens System is a breeze and provides a secure, seamless fit with the semi-frameless design; just push a button, literally, and lift out the lens. Every Contact includes two lenses for full-sun or low-light.

Room for Improvement: Add in some ventilation on the bottom of the frame and this thing’s perfect.

Fit: Comfortable fit (see triple-layer face foam and micro-fleece facing), excellent field of vision and ergonomic.

On-Snow Review: The Giro Contact Goggle gave one tester the feeling he wasn't wearing goggles at all... in a good way. He also praised the lens clarity, comfortable face foam and the goggle's refusal to fog up, even with neck gaiter positioned over nose.

Manufacturer Description: The breakthrough design of the all-new flagship EXV Contact goggle makes it easier than ever to adapt instantly to changing weather and light conditions. With a lens featuring self-locating magnets and a secure locking mechanism in its semi-frameless design, The Contact sets a new precedence in fast, accurate and secure goggle lens interchange. Snapshot Lens Interchange System allows the shutter button to be depressed for lens removal and effortless magnetic deployment of the new lens. The Contact offers an outstanding field of view, premium optics with Lenses By ZEISS and detailed finishing. Every pair of the Contact includes two lenses (a full-sun or all-conditions lens and a low-light lens), and an ergonomic protective goggle and spare lens case for travel and day trips on the mountain in your pocket or pack.