Would You Like To Work with Panda Optics?

Since 2015, Panda Optics has been growing as a consumer goggle and sunglasses brand, producing high-quality products for discerning skiers and snowboarders.

Now, it’s time for them to take a new step forward and work with retail partners like yourself for the AW 2020 season.

We’d like to arrange an appointment to go through the range with Panda Optics founder, Oliver Heath.

Why Panda?

Panda combine the latest technology and most innovative designs in order to optimise skiers and snowboarder’s vision and comfort, whether it be competing as one of our British athletes, wading through waist deep powder, strolling round town or hitting the Après ski.

Two adult google ranges and a junior range all come with UV400+ polarised mirrored lens and extra low light HD lens, as do the two styles of sunglasses launched in 2018.

Media Support

Ski Press has supported Panda Optics since launching with a media campaign that has seen coverage and reviews in some of the top publications across the UK, including:

And many others.

About Panda Optics

Goggle Ranges: Cobalt, Diablo and Cub (RRP: £119 / £89.00 / £54.00).
Sunglasses: Cove, Tide (RRP: £54.00).

Panda Optics Sunglasses

Goggle Features

Easy and quick to change from polarised to low light lens.
Wide angle view with no constriction of framed lens. 

Frameless and Semi-Frameless
Diablo’s semi-frameless and the Cobalt’s frameless designs deflect snow away from the lens and prevents any build up (especially useful when charging down a waist deep powder field). Easy and quick to change from polarised to low light lens. Wide angle view with no constriction of framed lens.

Low Light HD Lens
Every pair of goggles come with a low light HD lens. Although polarised lenses will be perfect for most conditions when it is a complete white-out or extremely flat light, PANDA’s provide the very best vision. Low light HD has Guma® integrated technology and a Maze yellow tint, prefect light balance to enhance objects and terrain in poor light conditions. Quick change lens systems on both the Cobalt and Diablo range make swapping from your polarised lenses to the low light HD lenses quick and easy.

Polarised Lens
All of the primary lenses are fully polarised, meaning they are not only UV400 (protecting against both UVA and UVB rays) but also prevent the constant annoyance of snow glare.
Integrated Guma® technology – every goggle will have a level of moisture depending on conditions but it is how goggles deal with this moisture that is important. This specially formulated coating fights fog build-up by absorbing moisture and spreading it across the lens surface evenly instead of allowing tiny droplets to obstruct vision in the form of fog.

Quick Lens Changing
Lens attachments are innovative and simple to change. The Cobalt is about as simple as it comes, with magnets on both the rim and lens, it simply pulls off and snaps back on. With the Diablo having a switch on either side to release grip making this the easiest to change. Fitting between frame and lens is sealed with clips along the frame making for a snug fit.

Helmet Compatible
Both the Cobalt and Diablo ranges are fully helmet compatible. Double buckle strap for easy adjustment and comfortable fit to helmets or head.

Triple Layer Foam
Triple layer foam topped with brushed fleece for maximum comfort, fit and performance.
All three layers have different densities to allow a perfect fit, the combination of this technology and the flexible TPU frame makes both the Cobalt and Diablo a perfect for any face size and shape.

TUP Frame
The PANDA goggle offers uncompromising protection against high-velocity and high-mass impact. The protection is a benefit of the premium materials and unique architectures of the lens/frame combinations. Stress-resistant frame material (TPU) that withstands environmental extremes, it is lightweight yet highly durable. Controlled flexibility enhances impact resistance while contributing to the all-day comfort of frames made with this innovative synthetic.

Panda Cobalt Goggles

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