Oakley A-Frame Goggles

Alexi Micinski rocks Oakley A Frame Goggles

Photos by: Misty Braden

Cool goggles can lead to great style and your own flair on the mountain, but as a critical piece of gear they are also important for both safety and comfort.  Why a select few choose to cruise the mountain sporting sunglasses is beyond us, as it would easily be a recipe for tears, runny mascara, and then injury when you can’t see where the heck your going.

For most of us goggles, like gloves, are a no brainer every time we are on the mountain, and the day’s conditions determine which of our gogs we choose to wear.

Let’s face it… a blue bird day on the hill with sunny skies and great visibility requires a different set of goggles or at least lenses, than what you may use on a low light day, during night skiing, or even a day that is partly cloudy.

We asked our Cover Bunny Alexi Micinski what her favorite pair of gogs were, and then went and watched her flip around on a tramp for awhile.

Alexi Micinski US Ski Team Oakley A Frame Goggles

Alexi’s favorite pick is the Oakley A-Frames because “they’re stylish, fit my face well, and do the job on the slopes.  I can look good and feel confident while I’m shredding and I never have to worry about flat light or foggy lenses.”

 Alexi Micinski US Ski Team rocks Oakley A Frame Goggles

 Special Thanks to Danick Gymnsatics 





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About Misty Broesicke

Our Chief Executive Bunny, Misty Broesicke grew up in Orange County, California and made her way to Idaho at 27 years old.  At twenty-nine she learned to snowboard and it quickly developed into a love and passion.  
With a background in rock climbing Misty has combined her passion for both sports as she develops her skills in backcountry snowboarding and mountaineering.   

She has three children,  two “fur” babies and resides with them, and her boyfriend in Boise, Idaho. She is passionate about raising her family to love and take care of the amazing planet we live on while at the same time enjoying the beauty of it by getting outside as often as possible.  

Misty started Snow Bunny Magazine as way to further her own love of outdoor lifestyle sports, while at the same time building up other women and youth through them. 

She is surrounded by an amazing team of women, and that she believes is her greatest strength.