The Powster Zenith is an unparalleled goggle for any conditions. This versatile goggle comes with two easily interchangeable magnetic lenses with state-of-the-art optics. After testing out the Powster Zenith, I quickly decided that they were here to stay, and they are now my go to pair of goggles.
As any photographer should, I obsess over optics… it turns out Powster does too. The Powster Zenith comes with SPXTRAPRO ZEISS 3L lenses that boast superior clarity, contrast and antifog properties. After testing these bad boys out in freezing temps, low light and downright blizzards, I can attest to the quality. The Powster Zenith’s have superior optics, plain and simple.
If you’re like me, gloomy days on the mountain are still well spent days. They’re better spent if you can see through your goggles… easier said than done. Thankfully the Powster Zenith comes with two interchangeable lenses that have you covered for any conditions. I found the normal lens (titanium bronze) worked great for everything from very bright days to almost full low light conditions. When the light really disappeared I’d swap to the low light lens for added visibility.
Admittedly, I’ve never liked changing lenses and rarely ever do… well until now actually. The Powster magnetic quick-change system makes switching easy. Like really easy. I’ve also found the quick interchange also makes drying and cleaning your lenses a breeze.
Fit and Comfort
The Powster Zenith’s looked rather large straight out of the box, and I wasn’t sure if they would fit. Thankfully, they fit my face much better than my old goggles. I can where these all day without any irritation around my nose (a true miracle). I credit this superb fit to the AMALGATETM Frame and quadruple layer foam padding.
I’ve skied with these goggles on two different helmets and found that the Powster Zenith fits great on both. This means no Jerry gap and no freezing wind on your forehead.
The Powster Zenith arrived beautifully packaged in a goggle case and lens case, and man are these things handy. Both cases provide support to make sure your lenses/ goggles aren’t getting crushed when you’re out on the slopes. I found that I preferred to use the hardshell cases better than the typical cloth case, even when touring.
Overall, the Powster Zenith ($328.00) is an excellent goggle for anyone that’s looking for a crystal clear ride. The Zenith’s are a stylish, versatile and well-made goggle ideal for long days on the slopes.