Now, these look ridiculously awesome. While we've seen a few attempts to add tech into skiing and snowboarding goggles, the results have been mixed. We took Oakley's Airwaves 1.5, for example, out for a ride, but found them unreliable and bulky. The RideOn though does things a bit different, adding augmented reality layers to your vision and it looks very impressive. It'll connect up to your smartphone and beam maps, challenges and more right into your eyeballs and you control everything just by looking at it. The goggles will even calculate how long you're going to be waiting to board a ski lift. Up front there's an HD camera, while the panel you see has a 3x larger viewable space than Google Glass, so plenty of room for lots of information.