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Choosing the Right Snow Goggles

Browse all snow goggles to find the right pair for your next trip down the slopes.

Most snow goggles are made from materials that include polycarbonate, plastic and soft hypoallergenic foam to provide athletes with ultimate comfort and eye protection on the slopes.

Winter goggles make your time on the slopes more enjoyable with features like:

  • Abrasion-resistant and anti-fogging lenses
  • Mirrored lens for extra bright conditions
  • Cylindrical and spherical goggle design with adjustable straps to conform to your face shape and size
  • Provide excellent color definition and contrast
  • Find snowboard and ski goggles from leading brands such as SPY®, Oakley® and Giro®, or shop winter goggles from Scott, anon, Smith Optics and Dragon.

Buying Tips

Snowboard goggles and ski goggles provide riders and skiers with eye protection from the elements such as bright sunlight, blowing snow, and more. The best snowboard goggles should provide a comfortable fit with the right amount of tint for the weather conditions. While finding a stylish pair of goggles you want to wear is important, there are other buying considerations we recommend.

What type of conditions will you most likely be riding in?

  • Sunny Try on a pair of bright sun goggles with UV protection or mirrored goggles
  • Evening A pair of flat to night goggles or non-mirrored goggles may be the best goggles for you
  • All Weather All weather goggles

If you wear eye glasses, OTG (over the glasses) goggles may be the best ski goggles for you.

Expert Advice

While the design may draw you to a particular pair of goggles, keep added features in mind like pivoting hinges, full-perimeter channel venting and dual-layer foam to ensure a snug fit and crisp vision.

While you can get a decent pair of inexpensive ski goggles that will perform just fine for the time being, consider a pair with added features like articulating outriggers and polycarbonate lenses designed to last for numerous trips down the mountain, interchangeable lenses and more.

Goggles with a pivoting hinge are particularly handy for riding with a snow helmet. Safety is extremely important on the mountain so winter accessories like ski goggles and helmets are designed to help to protect you and possibly others from serious injury.