If you can’t see the forest for the trees grab a pair of Roxy goggles, they’re just another branch on the Roxy tree. They’re premium quality goggles with one aim – to improve your performance.
Manufactured in Italy, Roxy goggles will help you deliver the performance of a lifetime whether on the waves or the slopes.
Of course there’s the usual. 100 per cent UV protection, a PVC injected frame with a built in ventilation system, a cylindrical polycarbonate double lens with anti-scratch protection, and shatter resistant technology. It’s all there. Great comfort, great clarity and no fogging. Perfect.
But what else you get is something special.
Roxy is super cool and chilled in personality, and ultimately passionate and committed to their sport and a love for the outdoors. Roxy has helped women of such a way of life experience cement their own place separate from the guys.
The Roxy brand is unmistakeable. Roxy have branded themselves superbly with that slotted heart logo which is the Quiksilver logo doubled together and a reference to the partner line of the worldwide phenomenon that is Quiksilver.
These goggles also include double compression-molded face foam for maximum comfort, helmet compatibility, and an abrasion-free poly bag for lens protection and cleaning.
Roxy, Quiksilver’s fun-loving sister, was born in the water in 1990. It now covers every aspect of an active girl’s life, while infusing it with that inimitable Roxy spirit – confident, naturally beautiful, fun and alive. So this means you get all the Quiksilver belief, but for girls who love the surf and snow.
Quiksilver’s decision to start a women's line was a risky one. The surf scene has always been a fickle one and girl surfers, despite what they achieved in and out of the water, hadn't reached anywhere near the level of community that guy surfers took for granted.
But if there isn’t a risk then it’s not a great idea. Quiksilver saw the untapped women's surf market as a huge opportunity. Roxy was initially a swimwear line, but in 1997 Roxy expanded into snowwear and eyewear soon followed. Since then they’ve become the brand for girls all over and enjoy mass-market appeal without losing any fans.
As Roxy's snow product line expanded, so did its sponsorship efforts and The Roxy Chicken Jams, a series of all-girls pro snowboarding events, debuted in 2004 in Innsbruck, Austria and Park City, Utah.
Roxy’s innovative approach to feminity is seen across the brand. The iconic Roxy logo of a heart-shaped crest, adapted from the recognizable Quiksilver logo, typifies their female extreme sports philosophy.
And on one afternoon in Hawaii, the Roxy crew was relaxing on a beach watching the surf when a wave of genius washed over them and they conceived of the idea of the women's board short.
Practical, flexible but still feminine, the women's board short instantly made an impact on the women's surf market and is the perfect example of what Roxy set out to be. "Fun, Bold, Athletic, Daring and Classy"; the boardshort became a huge trend. Roxy, and women's surfing along with it, was suddenly the next big thing.