Might make sense, then, to browse the Scott catalog. In our ranks we know them chiefly for moto goggles, worn today by the likes of Trey Canard, Andrew Short and all of Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki. They’ve got great stuff there, like the Tyrant Goggle, carefully engineered to achieve optimum fit, moisture management and venting.
Scott keeps pushing the technological envelope. For ease of use, the SCOTT Fit System can now be accessed on the outside of the goggle, and to further improve comfort, outriggers have been added to more evenly distribute goggle tension. To manage perspiration, the Tyrant comes equipped with our proven NoSweat 3.2 face foam. The Tyrant also features our exclusive adjustable nose guard and comes with either a clear or chrome WORKS lens. For customized ventilation settings, the NEW Tyrant RAM Air Plug is included in the package. Click here for more.
Those Tyrant goggs will rock for riding season, but if you’re experiencing a white out right now, Scott’s Wintersport Division produces the LCG Goggle, perfect for your next ski or snowboard adventure. LCG stands for Lens Change Goggle, featuring SCOTT's Lens Change Slider system. With it, you can quickly change lenses without having to touch the surface of the lens, so adapting to changing light conditions on the hill is easy. Check it out here.
And now for a gift so awesome you’ll be willing to risk frostbite to get a shot at it. The SCOTT Genius is one of the most versatile bikes on the market. Thanks to its adjustable geometry, wheel size options (27.5” or 29”), suspension travel (150mm/27.5” wheel or 130mm/29”) and Twinloc suspension technology, combined with one of the lightest-weight full suspension frames in the industry, Bike Magazine has dubbed it the “Swiss Army knife of bikes.” It’s probably the only Christmas gift that would measure right up to getting a new dirt bike. And, like that, you’ll love it the most when the conditions are perfect, but you won’t be able to wait that long to go rip it up.
Go here to see Scott’s entire (-ly awesome) mountain bike collection.