Oakley ski goggles have set high standards in the ski industry. They offer high quality optics to many athletes worldwide.
At Oakley, ski and snowboard goggles feature 2 lenses that do not touch each other, this prevents from fogging. They are also equipped with a ventilation system which allows the hot air to flow.
Class 2,3 or 4, you decide which goggles best suit your needs. The best is to own two different goggles in order to get optimal visibility regardless of the light conditions. Each class of Oakle goggles represent the amount of light that is filtered by the lens. A class 2 will filter 47 to 82% of light, making these goggles more suitable for cloudy weather and low light conditions. A class 3 filters from 82 up to 92% of light. These goggles are to be used during bright sunny days. And if you are an adventurer, practice high alpine skiing on glaciers you may even want a class 4 which filters from 92 to 97% of light. Of course, every Oakley ski and snowboard goggles filter perfectly all UVA, UVB and UVC rays which can be harmful for the eyes.
One of the great benefits of wearing Oakley goggles is the Prizm technology. Lenses highly increase contrast and visibility regardless of the light conditions. With Oakley goggles featuring the Prizm tech, you will see the slopes better, including holes, humps and bumps and any other obstacle that may lie ahead. You can even get polarized lenses which reduce glare.