These Smart Goggles Look to Transform Your Snow Experience

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The smart goggle. Credit:

These innovative snow goggles from REKKIE are designed to keep entertaining and important information within easy glancing distance. The goal is to totally change mountain safety, navigation, and communication.

The goggles have a transparent, integrated Heads-Up Display (HUD) that shows your speed, elevation, and where your friends are on the mountain in real-time.

HUD display
Most users see 10+ hours of battery life while on the slopes. The battery is rechargeable with a standard USB-C cable and fully charges in 3-5 hours. Really cold weather or high usage can reduce these numbers. Credit:

With these goggles, you can:

  • Keep track of where your friends are on the mountain
  • Read incoming texts and notifications (coming soon via remote software update)
  • Check your speed and elevation stats in real-time
  • View the current time, altitude, and battery life
  • Alert your group if you need assistance

A built-in 915MHz radio means the goggles can connect with each other. To get started, all you have to do is get the REKKIE app to pair with your goggles. To keep in contact with your friends, they just have to have the app, but it makes it more fun if they have the goggles too.

Not only are the goggles high tech, but the mission was to build a high quality, high performing, meticulously crafted product. They are built to handle the toughest mountain conditions. They come with available low light and clear lenses as well.

The app is only available for iOS, but the Android version is coming soon. Credit:

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2 thoughts on “These Smart Goggles Look to Transform Your Snow Experience

  1. Hi John, thanks for the well wishes! I’m a cofounder of REKKIE and can tell you we looked very hard at older goggles and we knew from our own testing that we had to make reliability rock solid. Feel free to reach out with any questions, and if you end up getting them, try the promo code “HENRY20” 🙂

  2. I had a couple of pairs of the Smith Recon (Intel) goggles and when they worked they were a lot of fun. I hope these are better and wish there guys the best.

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