Outdoor activities such as skiing and snowboarding require the use of a hat and goggle to protect one's eyes and head from the snow and wind. In its element, this system has been proven effective.
But, for casual outdoor winter activities such as shoveling snow, camping, hunting, going to the newsstand, walking the dog, or attending a football game in the freezing cold, protective ski goggles are not typically worn.
What shall the masses use for quick accessible protection in the harshest winter conditions?
The GOOD.B Goggle Hat, Patent Number: 7,690,052 B2: Saladino, Gregory J.
When it's cold or snowing one simply un-buttons the front two buttons and lowers the goggle band over his eyes. When it's not needed, one leaves it resting comfortably in its upward positions atop his forehead.