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Protect your eyes from the glare of the sun and the spray of fresh powder with our fantastic ski goggles. With UV protection and cool designs, our goggles are the best on the market. Perfect for skiing and snowboarding, our selection of snowboard goggles offer varied protection and a comfortable fit.
FREYR Adults' Camo Ski Goggles
Bond DLX Ski Goggles
Fixate Adults' Ski Goggles
Vickers Adults' Goggles
BOXER Goggle Case
Hijinx Kids' Ski Goggles
Hawkeye Unisex Ski Goggles
Elba Adults' DLX Ski Goggles
Zion Adults' DLX Ski Goggles
Magnetic DLX Changeable Lens Ski Goggles
When you are out on the slopes, keeping your eyes shielded against the elements is a must. Whether it is snow debris or glare, give your eyes the protection they need with a pair of Trespass ski goggles. Ranging in terms of style, function and features, you'll easily be able to find a pair that suit your needs perfectly.
Below you will find a brief outline as to the differing types of ski and snowboard goggles for you to make an informed decision as to the best ski goggles to suit both your ability and your price range. Note that the ski goggles at the better end of the spectrum with the best performance features will be in a higher price bracket.
The best ski goggles for you depend on both your ability and price range. It is an absolute must that your goggles are compatible with your ski helmet. It’s also best to choose a pair with additional padding at the front, which helps to withstand the cold, too.
Flat lenses – the standard for ski goggles – allow for good peripheral vision and solid all-round performance, whereas spherical lenses offer both great peripheral vision and a more reduced glare than the flat lens. These prevent visual distortion and reduce the effects of fog, too.
A single lens offers ample protection for beginners, whereas a second lens creates a gap which traps heat and in turn, prevents fogging up.
Darker lens ski goggles are advised for bright conditions, with more transparent lenses being better suited for the opposite, as they’re designed to let maximum light in. Brown or orange-tinted lenses offer a happy medium.
The best way to keep ski goggles from fogging is by choosing a pair that is most resistant to it. As discussed above, these are spherical lens goggles and dual-lens goggles. Ski and snowboard goggles that feature vents also help prevent them from fogging up, as these allow more air to flow inside.
For more information on Ski Goggles, head over to our Expert Advice Blog and take a look at our Ski Goggles Guide.
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