Winter sports enthusiasts are being encouraged to be environmentally friendly and trendy at the same time.
COOLCASC® has designed a range of fun and funky snow goggle covers made out of plastic bottles which will everyone looking cool on the slopes.
The polyester fabric covers will shield lenses from debris which can cause scratches and are a one size fits all.
From multi coloured love hearts to comic inspired patterns, the £11.95 covers are a great and fun way of ensuring protection while enjoying a snow sport.
And to make the look even more weird and wonderful, COOLCASC® has also made helmet covers which will help you stand out in the crowd.
Again, one size fits all, the covers, which range from flamingos to koalas, are made from stretchy lycra and have a useful side pocket for emergency information and are fully machine washable and are priced from £24.95.
As well as on the slopes, they can be used at the skateboard park and by scooter enthusiasts.
Designed and made by experts at COOLCASC®, the helmets can also turn you into a unicorn, punk rocker and even a friendly crab.
The online shop is divided into sections featuring animals, from bunnies to sharks, showtime designs including bombs and frosty the snowman, cool prints from Jamaican squares to pink leopard and simple plain coloured covers for those who don’t want to show off. And for the completely zany, there are covers with LED lights and bobbles!
The idea for the fun products was born in a small restaurant in the Swiss Alps, when a mum on a skiing holiday wanted to make it easy to spot her children.
The helmets and goggles proved to be the answer and have helped children wear the safety products and increase security as they are so easy to spot. The firm also produces unique covers and goggles to be used by sporting groups to give them a uniformed look.
For more information on the range of products, with free delivery on orders over £45, please visit: https://coolcasc.co.uk.
Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.
Photographs courtesy of COOLCASC®
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