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Prescription Ski and Snowboard Goggles

Glasses CA provides high-quality, reasonably priced skiing goggles that protect your eyes while also giving you a fashionable look on the slopes. Not to mention, you can get your prescription ski goggles designed at the best optical laboratories in the country. With our trendy collection of prescription ski goggles, you'll have crystal clear vision as you ski through the crisp ice. You'll also feel extra safe wearing our ski goggles because they comply with ANSI Z87.

Before you hit the slopes, grab your snowboarding goggles to protect your eyes and improve your vision. Glasses CA has a wide selection of conventional and prescription snow goggles in a variety of styles to help you hit the slopes in style. You can fully appreciate the unique mountain climate once your eyes are covered and you have clear vision. Our snowboard goggles are built to last, with 100% UV protection, polarized lenses, and a light frame. All winter sports involve falling, and your snow goggles will not shatter after just one fall. These snowboard goggles have metal frames, that also add to their sophistication and durability.

Prescription Snowboard Goggles FAQs

Are snowboard goggles necessary?

Yes! The risk of snow blindness, UV damage, and injury in an accident increases when you decide to skip your snow goggles. Snowboard goggles protect your eyes from the cold air and wind, and leaving your eyes exposed increases your risk of both short-term vision impairment and long-term eye damage. When you're dropping through the trees, ice particles, as well as twigs and branches, can get into your eyes. Snowboard goggles can help protect your eyes from on-mountain hazards, making your outing more enjoyable.

Do snowboard goggles make a difference?

Snowboard goggles ensure that you have a clear view of the landscape and safeguard you from Ultraviolet radiation, wind, and cold. You're off on an amazing winter adventure with the right snowboard goggles especially if you need prescription lenses added to them.

Does the colour of snowboard goggles matter?

There are mixed opinions regarding that matter as the colour of the snow goggles lens has an interesting relationship with its darkness. Historically, certain colours of snow goggles were darker than others, and this is still true in most cases — a black lens is darker than a yellow lens, for example. However, there is a lot of movement in the world of snowboard goggles lenses and now the tint and darkness are better expressed as VLT, or 'visible light transmission,' which is a percentage figure attributed to a lens to let the wearer know how 'dark' that lens will be.

What colour goggles are best for snowboarding?

Yellow, gold, amber, green, and rose-coloured lenses all have a higher VLT and are good choices for cloudy, overcast days. VLT is lower in darker tints because less light passes through the lens. Brown, grey, and copper-coloured lenses all have a lower VLT and thus perform well on cloudy days.

What goggles do I need for skiing?

By wearing regular sunglasses or prescription glasses during skiing, you could be putting your eyes at risk of serious damage. It’s always advisable to put on your skiing goggles before you hit the slopes. This is especially true if you need prescription skiing goggles to provide visual support as well. Ski goggles protect your eyes and allow you to see while skiing, but they also effectively block out harmful ultraviolet rays without fogging up.

What colour lens is best for snow skiing?

For very bright light conditions, black, brown, and bronze ski goggles lenses are best. This is because they typically provide a lot of shade and have high VLT scores.

Do I need ski goggles as a beginner?

You should never skip wearing your ski goggles, especially if you’re just a beginner. Clear visibility is critical for avoiding accidents and injuries on the slopes, and goggles will shield your eyes from the glare of the sun reflecting off the snow.

What are the different colours of ski goggles for?

Dark skiing goggles in platinum, grey, black, and red are best for hot days because they have a lower VLT, which means less light passes through the lens and far more glare is blocked. Brown lenses are not only known for their ability to handle bright sunlight well, but they can also improve your depth perception while skiing. Yellow lenses are especially effective at improving your ability to see detail. Tints like red, blue, and green are great for all-purpose use because they cover a wide range of weather conditions, from partly cloudy to partly sunny.

Is it possible to get prescription ski goggles?

Glasses CA offers a wide range of goggles. All you have to do is choose the style of skiing goggles that you prefer, and in one convenient click, add your prescription measurements, to get your very own customized prescription ski goggles.

Are prescription ski goggles worth it?

Prescription ski goggles are the ideal way to enjoy a day on the slopes, especially if you have vision needs such as nearsightedness or farsightedness. Unlike regular glasses, these goggles can take a hit thanks to their durable design.
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