The sun is shining, the snow is fresh and it's finally time to hit the slopes ! However, to ensure that this experience is not spoiled by blinding sunlight or cold wind, choosing the right ski goggles is crucial. But the process of buying the best ski goggles can easily become overwhelming. Glass shapes, tints and coatings - it's difficult to keep track of everything. In this ski goggles buyers guide you will find everything you need to know to not only rock the slopes in style, but also to ensure optimal protection for your eyes.
It depends on the size!
Yes, sometimes size is crucial, especially when it comes to finding the right ski goggles. In order for your new ski goggles to fit properly, they should adapt to the shape of your head and also your helmet. In this blog we will explain to you how to determine the right size of ski goggles and find the optimal fit.
Cylindrical VS. Spherical – these shapes exist
An important purchase criterion for ski goggles is the lens shape. There are two different types, spherical and cylindrical ski goggles. You can find out what the two forms are all about and how they differ here.
The perfect ski goggle color for clear vision and perfect style
When it comes to the color of ski goggles, it is important to remember that it is not just a question of aesthetics. The different glass colors also have different functions. The tint of ski goggles is reflected in the visibility on the slopes. You can read here how this works and how you can find the perfect color for you.
Ski goggles and helmet – the perfect combination
When buying new ski goggles, it is essential that they fit well with the helmet you plan to ride. It's not just the size that matters here, but also how well the edges fit together. If you are unsure whether our glasses fit your helmet, here are some pairs of models that we have tested.
Polarized ski goggles: is it worth it?
You often hear the term “polarizing” or “polar glasses” in connection with ski and sunglasses. The so-called polarization filter filters not only the directly incident light but also the reflected light from the environment. In our blog we explain why the technology is practical for many sports but rather unsuitable for skiing.
Ski goggles and vision goggles – does that fit?
If you wear glasses, it's not that easy to find a suitable solution for skiing. We offer so-called OTG (Over the Glasses) versions of our ski goggles. These are suitable for all glasses with a maximum frame width of 14 cm You can also find out what other options you have as a glasses wearer here.
Are you still not sure which ski goggles are right for you? No problem, we will be happy to advise you. Simply write an email to email@example.com
Credits: Florian Dorn