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Ski Goggles

On the slopes, ski goggles offer protection from ultraviolet (UV) rays, reflective glare and windblown snow. Below are some factors to consider as you shop:

Ski Goggle Lens Colors

Lens color affects vision in a snowy landscape. Some goggles come with interchangeable lenses to adapt to different lighting conditions.

  • Lighter tints like yellow, gold, amber, rose or green let more light pass through the lens, making them good choices on cloudy days.
  • Darker tints like brown, gray and copper let less light pass through the lens and are best for sunny days.
  • Clear lenses work well for night skiing.

Ski Goggle Light-Blocking Features

  • UV protection: Almost all goggles offer protection from UVA, UVB and UVC rays.
  • Polarized lenses: Reduce glare from sunlight on snow.
  • Photochromic lenses: Automatically darken as the sun gets brighter and UV rays get stronger.
  • Mirrored lenses: Reduce the amount of light reaching your eyes by reflecting light away.

Ski Goggle Antifogging Features

When body heat meets cold air from the outside temperature, condensation can form, fogging your lenses. Most goggle lenses are double-layered to minimize fogging; many lenses also have an antifog coating; a few goggles have built-in vents.

Ski Goggle Lens Shape

Most lenses curve to fit your face. Cylindrical lenses curve left to right, while more expensive spherical lenses also curve from top to bottom, fitting some faces slightly better and providing improved peripheral vision.

Ski Goggle Fit

Goggle frames are roughly sized for small, medium or large faces. Frames are designed to fit either a standard nose bridge or a lower nose bridge. Low-bridge styles work well for people whose nose bridge sits slightly below the pupils of their eyes.

Shop Ski Goggles at REI

We have a wide array of ski goggle brands like Smith, Giro and Spy. Find the perfect pair of ski goggles today!