Scott Prescription Goggles
Scott goggles continue to be an unmatched industry standard for innovation, comfort and performance, turning the focus to fun. With the top of the range award-winning LCG making a return, Scott make lens switching quick and simple when out on the snow. Fit System technology can be found on selected models making for excellently wearable and comfortable eyewear. Eyecatching and quality woven straps make these goggles stylish as well as functional. This is a company which goes the extra mile to ensure you receive sport-ready products of the highest quality. No Shortcuts.
In 1958 talented engineer and ski racer Ed Scott created the first tapered aluminium ski pole. That invention launched a new brand, SCOTT, and fundamentally positioned Scott as a technical product leader in the skiing market.
We've tested all of our Scott goggles with a range of universal prescription goggle inserts. These inserts deliver secure corrective vision without the inconvenience of having to squeeze your eyeglass temples in underneath your ski goggles!
Not a brand for overcomplication, Scott specialise in unfussy and clean paint jobs and strap designs that will coordinate with the rest of your gear without fail. Try maxing out your style points by pairing these goggles with a Scott helmet!
We've gone the extra mile to help you enjoy Scott ski goggles if you're in need to corrective vision. The entire Scott range has been tested with a selection of universal prescription ski goggle inserts to help you enjoy the snow without the inconvenience of cramming your eyeglasses under your goggles!
Scott Prescription Ski Goggles
Salice Universal Prescription Insert
The Fact, Faze II, LCG, LCG Compact and Unlimited II models by Scott are fitted with a prescription insert produced by Salice in Italy. Note that this insert is not an Scott product.
The fit of the insert in these goggles has been tested and confirmed by RxSport. The insert simply clips in to the goggle canopy and sits securely to deliver comfortable corrective vision on the snow.
Inland Universal Prescription Insert
The Muse and Muse Pro models by Scott are fitted with a prescription insert produced by Inland. Note that this insert is not an Scott product.
The fit of the insert in this goggle has been tested and confirmed by RxSport. The insert simply clips in to the goggle canopy and sits securely to deliver comfortable corrective vision on the snow.
Amplifier Lens Technology
Featuring as standard on all of Scott goggle lenses, Amplifier lens technology utilises a unique light transmission curve to optimise colour contrast and clarity across a range of light conditions in the snowy environment.
Amplifier lenses optimise the transmission of three specific wavelengths of light - blue, orange and red - the most important ranges of light for the human eye to enhance contrast and clarity. This filters visible light to emphasise detail you need the most when on the snow.
Available in a wide range of different tints and mirror finishes, and utilising technologies including light-sensitive photochromic tints, Amplifier lenses are capable of providing superior vision on the snow across practically any light conditions you may encounter when on the snow.
Light Sensitive | CAT: S1-3
Illuminator | CAT: S1
Enhancer | CAT: S2
Solar Blocker | CAT: S3
3-layer moulded face foam
Scott’s premium face foam integrates three layers of ultra plush, moulded foam. The first two layers provide moisture wicking properties and the third layer is a plush flock material sealing out the elements.
An adhered silicone strip on the inside of the goggle strap ensures the goggles stay right where they should on a helmet or hat.
Traditional Construction offers a light, flexible, slim, and comfortable fit.
These outriggers can be set to two different positions - open or closed - in order to adjust both the helmet fit and the frame ventilation. When open they ensure perfect integration with larger helmets and bring additional ventilation when it is most needed.
Frame Ventilation is optimized around the entire frame in order to channel air flow onto the lens, as opposed to the eyes. This technology blocks snow and water from entering the goggle.
Scott goggles are engineered to engage flawlessly with a variety of helmets, including Scott’s entire helmet line.