Snow goggles with wood eye shades attached to strips of hide. The eye shades are rectangular with rounded edges, and are convex on the outside and concave on the inside, where they have been blackened with soot or charcoal. Each eye shade has a narrow slit cut into it. The eye shades are stitched to separate pieces of hide on each side and in the centre with sinew. The side pieces in turn are stitched to narrower thong ties. One of these ties has a slit at the end for joining to the corresponding end of the tie on the opposite side.
FROM CARD: "ILLUS. IN USNM AR, 1894; FIG. 21; P. 290. INVENTORIED 1975. LENT TO PRINCE OF WALES NORTHERN HERITAGE CENTER, 6-3-92. LOAN RETURNED: DEC 21 1992."