Winter is the best season for snow lovers. When it comes to choose the ski goggles, there are very important factors that have to be considered, like the material they are made of, their spherical or cylindrical shape, how they adapt to your face, the weather and light conditions and also the the compatibility with helmets or eyeglasses.
We have selected some models, they all have different features, this is to help you to distinguish them and choose the right one.
Adidas PROGRESSOR PRO PACK AD83 gives the chance to adapt your view to your liking or to the weather conditions. It consists of a main frame and two lens pods (sub frames). This to switch between either a cylindrical (for crystal clear view) or spherical lens (for an enhanced field of vision). Thanks to its split frame design and the Quick-Shift system you can easily swap lenses even while wearing gloves.
ADIDAS PROGRESSOR PRO PACK AD83
Cébé FEEL'IN An outer polycarbonate lens together with an inner acetate lens, represents the best solution against fogging.
One of the best option for people wearing eyeglasses, is Bollé Z5 OTG. An engineered venting system in each frame promotes directional airflow across the inside surface of the lens, reducing the potential for moisture build up and maintaining your pristine vision.
BOLLÉ Z5 OTG
And for the cross-country skiing lovers there is Salice SALICE 707 ITA with antiscratch polycarbonate Rainbow lens. This kind of lens is subjected to a multilayer coloring on the front. This is aimed to reduce reflections of the flat surfaces (water, snow and ice) and at the same time to increase the filtering power of the lens.
SALICE SALICE 707 ITA
Great performance of Lyndsey Vonn at the World’s Cup 2017. She was wearing Oakley FLIGHT DECK XM OO 7064 for an unrivaled field of view in a compact mid-sized fit.
OAKLEY FLIGHT DECK XM OO 7064
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