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Goggles Gucci Ski Mask

Gucci Ski Mask


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Sunglass Hut
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Goggles Oakley Flight Deck M - Prizm HI Pink/Matte Black

Oakley Flight Deck M - Prizm HI Pink/Matte Black

Goggles,UV Protection, Spherical Lens, Anti Fog



Sunglass Hut
in 8 stores

Three things to consider before buying goggles

To avoid creating a gap between the goggles and the helmet, it is important that you choose a frame that is correctly designed for your face shape. Otherwise, there is a risk that your forehead will get cold. It is also important that the ski goggles do not pinch you anywhere on your face. When it comes to the size of your glasses, it’s a good idea to start with your head size and the size of your helmet. If you have a smaller head and helmet, for example, you should look at goggles with a smaller frame. If you have a larger head, you should choose a model with a larger frame.

If you wear glasses when skiing, an OTG frame may be a good option. It is adapted for wearing glasses under the ski goggles. There are also common frames that allow you to wear glasses underneath, but this depends a lot on the type of glasses you wear, and how the frame is designed.

It’s easy to think that the colour of your ski goggles is just a matter of taste, and you might be thinking of choosing your favourite colour. However, the colour of the lens is more important, and determines both the transmission of light and the increase in contrast. The amount of light transmitted is given in VLT, which shows you how much light is transmitted as a percentage. The higher the number, the more light is transmitted.

  • For foggy, cloudy, or uncertain weather, we recommend that you choose a pair of goggles that let in a lot of light, between 60–90% VLT. It is also important to choose a colour that enhances contrast. Bright yellow, light blue, or pink are good colours in such weather conditions.

  • In sunny weather, it is better for the lens to have a lower light transmission, with a VLT of between 5–20%. Lenses in colours such as orange, gold, black, brown, or grey are preferable here. It is also common for the goggles to have a mirror coating on the outside of the lens.

  • If you’re looking for a pair of goggles to wear regardless of the weather, we recommend that you choose an orange or dark pink lens. Another option is to choose a pair of goggles that allow you to switch between different lenses, depending on the weather.

  • Adjustable strap helps to pinpoint size.

  • Side attachments make the fit of the helmet even better.

  • Polarised lenses mean that contrast vision is improved and reflections disappear.

If you take care of your ski goggles, you'll be able to keep them for many seasons. Here you can read more about how to take good care of your googles.

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