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Carve up the slopes in snow goggles that deliver supreme clarity in the powder.
Your snow goggles should offer a light, low-profile construction, ergonomic fit and fog-resistant lenses. Most snow goggles are made of materials including polycarbonate, plastic and soft hypoallergenic foam to provide athletes with total comfort and eye protection on the mountain.
Choose snow goggles with abrasion-resistant and anti-fogging lenses. Mirrored lenses best handle bright conditions, and cylindrical and spherical goggles best conform to the shape of your face.
Shop snowboarding and ski goggles from popular brands, including SPY®, Oakley® and Giro® and shop winter goggles from anon®, Smith Optics® and Dragon®.
Snowboarding and skiing goggles provide athletes with eye protection, shielding you from the elements like bright sunlight, blowing snow and crisp air. The best snowboarding goggles should provide you with a comfortable, natural-feeling fit and the right amount of tint for the weather conditions.
Snowboarders heading out in sunny conditions can combat the sun's glare with UV protection and mirrored goggles. In evening or low-light, look for night goggles or non-mirrored goggles. All-weather goggles are ideal for a variety of situations.
If you wear eye glasses, try OTG goggles — short for over the glasses.
Tips & Expert Advice
While design might draw you to a particular pair of goggles, think about added features, including pivoting hinges, full-perimeter channel venting and dual-layer foam for a snug fit.
Goggles with a pivoting hinge are particularly handy for riding with a snow helmet. Safety is essential on the mountain, and your goggles should be engineered to safeguard against injury.