Dye's top end goggle, the CLK. Dan Brisse, Aaron Biittner and Bjorn Leines colourways available.

[splitpost intro="true"]We checked out Dye's new range of snowboard goggles for the 2014-15 season last week at ISPO, so peep some of the highlights from their range right here...

Dye are relative newcomers to the world of snowboarding eyewear, but from the get go they've made their presence felt by introducing some innovative, high quality products and backing them up with a solid team of rippers – dudes like Dan Brisse, Bjorn Leines and Aaron Biittner hold it down Stateside whereas over on our old continent you have the likes of Finnish boss Sami Luhtanen flying the flag.

Their top-end model, the CLK (above) features their innovative 'click' in-and-out quick lens change system, a high quality spherical lens and a big ol' frame for epic vision. They're also available in a couple of different packages – with a reflective lens and a spare low light lens, or a set with polarised, reflective, and low light lenses plus a dope protective carry case.

There are also three other models for a variety of budgets, and all are available in a whole host of colourways. Check them out...

[part title="Dye T1 Goggle 2014-2015"]

dye t1 goggle 2014 2015

Dye's T1 goggle for 2015 has an epic field of view through its optically correct spherical lens, and also comes in a polarised version for reduced on-hill glare.

[part title="Dye T2s Goggle 2014-2015"]

dye t2s goggle 2014 2015

The Dye T2s for 2015 is a more affordable model with a cylindrical lens that doesn't skimp on quality.

[part title="Dye T1 Youth Goggle 2014-2015"]

dye t1 youth goggle 2014 2015

For 2015 Dye, and their sister brand Pro Tec, have added extra focus to their kids' offerings. Here's the new T1 Youth model.