Tired of getting snow in your eyes? Is the sun too harsh at these higher altitudes? Are you tearing up when you carve down your favorite slopes at high speeds? Sounds like you could use a pair of ski goggles! There are tons of top tier brands to choose from, including Oakley
, and more, all of which produce fantastic goggles. Depending on the environment you ski in, the optimal pair of ski goggles can vary from slope to slope.
If the slopes are mostly sunny, polarized goggles prove to be amazing by reducing glare, and UVA/UVB protection is definitely important when protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful rays. If it's a cloudy or foggy day, look for goggles that have yellow lenses, which help to see contrast better on the slopes. A night skier would appreciate clear goggles, which provide no filter for real clarity. Some goggles will include advanced features such as venting, which helps reduce fogging by venting warm air, or double lenses, which means adding a layer of insulation between two layers of lenses resulting in less fog. A nice coating of scratch resistance on your goggles' lenses will prevent them from being easily damaged in transit.
With the right pair of goggles, a ski trip becomes safer and even more fun. See further, scout out bumps in the snow, and never fear the glare again!
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