Anything that's not Scott. Expect to pay a fair amount of money for a good pair of goggles. It's well worth it. Go to a ski shop and take your helmet and try on all the goggles they have with your helmet to see what ones are compatible. Some goggles don't work with some helmets. Beyond that if you get good quality goggles from a reputable company (Smith, Oakley, Giro, etc) it is extremely unlike they will brake from anything other than a hard impact or being taken very bad care of. A bigger concern is lens color. Dark lenses are great for bright days of course but for flat light it's tricky. Smith Sensor Mirror and Oakley HI Yellow are the best options for flat light.