HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SKI GOGGLES?
Screen tints, size, ventilation and anti-fogging ... there's a ski mask for all occasions to ensure good visibility and optimum protection on the ski slopes. So how do you find the right one?
You choose a ski mask based on 3 criteria:
weather, anti-fogging and size
All ski goggles offer 100% UV protectionFOG AND SNOW: POOR VISIBILITY The screen is clear, yellow in colour to allow a better view of the lie of the land.
SUN OR CLOUD: GOOD VISIBILITY The screen is dark for optimal visibility. CHANGING WEATHER: CHANGING VISIBILITY Removable screens, photochromatic screens, electro-photochromatic screens to change the screen tint depending on the weather
Masks come with an anti-fogging treatment to avoid any inconvenience.VENTILATED DOUBLE SCREEN For maximum ventilation and anti-fog treatment. Optimal level
SIMPLE SCREEN With anti-fogging treatment of the inside screen. Essential level DOUBLE SCREEN With anti-fog treatment, with an insulating air pocket creating a thermal filter. High-performance level
S: for children and thin faces
L: for wide faces
If you normally wear glasses, go for OTG models (Over The Glasses), designed to be worn with glasses.