Technically and rationally, the best option if you can stretch to it. Max views, reduce glare and distortion, whilst spherical lenses help to cut out fog too.
The original shape, but after spherical lenses came out, cylindrical goggles were considered to be the poor relation for many years, however fashions do change and cylindrical shapes are the hottest look right now.
It's all about inserts for snow goggles. We get asked about direct glaze goggles, but although the technology is being developed as we speak, it's just not there yet. We would love them too, but we would also love a hover board! Don't worry, with the right lens in place inserts are hardly visible (the image below is to display the mechanics, not the finished product!).
Varifocals are not recommended for ski goggles, but we do offer a ski goggle-specific bifocal lens. This is perfect for those who need a bit of help to read the piste map, but do not want to lose all the benefits of a ski goggle.
They are cost effective, lightweight, and far better than wearing your own glasses or contact lenses. Concerns over fogging can be alleviated with anti-fog coatings. They also allow you to change the outer lens to match the conditions.
Below you can take a look at the effect of different lens colours for snow.
Drag the slider to view more of the image with your chosen lens colour.
Still not sure?
Below you will find the most common questions we're asked about goggles.
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