SSG J.L, E-TRP 1/40th Cav, Sharpshooter Program
I’ve had the opportunity to wear the SnowHawk Goggle System for the last 16 months up here in Anchorage, Alaska. I’m in charge of the Sharpshooter program here at JBER Beau and one of the biggest issues I've had with eye protection is that after being outside in the cold weather they fog up. No matter which eye pro that I’ve ever had, you’re constantly taking them off, and wiping off the fog, so you can continue to shoot. A lot of the training we conduct in the Sharpshooter program is running with full kit and helmet and getting the heart elevated to shoot under stress. I have run these drills anywhere from -20 degrees to 74 degrees and the only eye pro that has yet to fog up is the Snowhawk Google. Whatever anti-fog solution that is used for this eyewear is hands down the best and it works. The Snowhawk Goggles provide complete protection for the cold with the full face and neck cover; the magnet has stayed connected through several drills while shooting.
Mcpl J.J., US Army
The SnowHawk Cold Weather Goggle had excellent fog dissipation, quick change lens, and ease of use with night vision. What I like most about the goggle is the magnetically connected balaclava. The Snowhawk Cold Weather Goggle is an excellent piece of ballistic kit for winter ops.
Revision's SnowHawk Google System is a good concept and quality piece of equipment. I found that I used this balaclava anytime I would be standing out of the Stryker hatches because it broke the wind better than the current issued balaclava. I do recommend using the SnowHawk Cold Weather Goggle System while conducting mounted operations in extreme cold regions. The system was also effective while in stationary positions when additional layers of clothing was needed. I do find the system extremely useful and would recommend this as an additional goggle system to be issued out to Soldiers assigned to extreme cold weather regions.