Mirrored, reflective, spherical or cylindral lens? Irridium or polarized? OTG, vented, compatible with a helmet, what frame size… these are some of the many questions you’ve probably been asking yourself before actually buying your snow goggles. First things first, you need to define a budget. This budget will determine the amount of techs and features you can have on your goggles.
You need to know that every snow goggle available on Glisshop complies with the latest norms in the optic industry which means you’ll get the same level of protection whether you’re down to low-end goggle up to the very high end. You can also pick the class or category of protection. Ranging from 0 to 4, a class 1 goggle is best suited for dark conditions or flat light when a class 4 is great when the sun shines high up in the sky.
Then, once you got this, you can pick what you fancy. Frameless, oversized, photochromic, dual lens, you name it, there are so many features we couldn’t possibly get them all. Check out our selections of women’s ski goggles, men’s goggles or kids snow goggles better suited for smaller faces. Or if you’re after the latest models, here is the 2019 lineup!.