For the 50+ Traveler

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OutdoorMaster OTG Ski Goggles for Men, Women & Youth

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These affordable ski goggles are available in 22 different color combinations and are suitable for both adults and children. They are designed to fit securely over ski helmets and glasses! The anti-fog UV-protecting lenses ensure a clear path down the slopes. Tested and loved by over 1 million satisfied skiers and snowboarders, these goggles will delight both the beginner and the seasoned athlete.

Key Features

  • Over-The-Glasses Design
  • 100% UV400 Protection
  • Anti-Fog Lens

Specifications

  • Fits both adults and children
  • 7 x 3.6 inches

Pros

  • 1-year Warranty
  • Extra-long strap to fit over ski helmets

Cons

  • No interchangeable lens

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Sable Ski Goggles with Heated Graphene Anti-Fog Lens

Top Rated
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These Sable Ski Goggles are ideal for the intermediate adult skier or snowboarder. The 100% anti-fog, 10% VLT-rated lens heats evenly to stop condensation from forming and offers full UV ray protection. They also have two battery-powered heating levels for added warmth and comfort. Finally, for those who need extra durability, these goggles are protected from drops with a scratch-resistant lens coating.

Key Features

  • 2 Heating Levels
  • 10% VLT-rated lens
  • Over-The-Glasses Design

Specifications

  • Adult-sized
  • 7.48 x 4.37 x 3.78 inches

Pros

  • 2 Heating Levels
  • 90+ 5-Star Reviews

Cons

  • May be too expensive for beginners

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Elimoons Ski Goggles For Kids And Adults, Pack of 2

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This 2-pack of adjustable ski goggles is available in 12 different color combinations. They are sized for both youth (10 years+) and adults, with or without a ski helmet, thanks to the easily resized strap. The multicolor lens works to block out harmful sun rays reflecting off snow-covered slopes. Buyer's protection is included on both pairs for one year.

Key Features

  • Extra-long strap (30.7 inches)
  • UV 400 protection
  • Anti-glare lens

Specifications

  • 7 x 3.1 inches
  • Fits both adults and youth 10 years+

Pros

  • 2-pack
  • 1-year warranty

Cons

  • Not anti-fog

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Oakley Line Miner™ XM Snow Goggles

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The Oakley Line Miner Ski Goggles are available in 23 color combinations. The different options also include the types of goggles best for bright sun, best for partly cloudy weather, and those best for snow and overcast weather. These goggles are designed to sit closer to the face than the competitors, allowing full downward and side-to-side periphery. Oakley is well known for high-quality glasses and goggles, and stands by this with their 30-day moneyback guarantee.

Key Features

  • Available in 23 color combinations
  • Available in 3 types: sunny weather, partly cloudy, and snowy overcast

Specifications

  • Adult-sized

Pros

  • Comes with 1 microbag for safe storage
  • Designed for full periphery

Cons

  • May be too expensive for beginners

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Smith Daredevil OTG Snow Goggles - Kids'

Ideal Pick For Kids
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These Smith Daredevil Snow Goggles for Kids are one of REI's top-rated products. The Carbonic-X and Fog-X lens are antifog and repel grime, guaranteeing clear vision while sledding or skiing. The frames are small enough for a secure fit for kids as young as 3 years old. The 100% UV-protecting, 35% VLT glasses will give you peace of mind that your child's eyes will be protected all day long.

Key Features

  • Carbonic-X and Fog-X antifog lens
  • 2-layer DriWix face foam

Specifications

  • Child-sized

Pros

  • Helmet-compatible
  • 100% 5-star reviews

Cons

  • Not available in adult sizes
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How To Choose The Best Ski Goggles For You

Lens Tint And Color

Depending on when you plan to wear your goggles, it's important to pay attention to the lens tint and color. VLT, or visible light transmission, dictates how much light is filtered out before it hits your eyes. The higher the VLT, the less light is filtered. Therefore, if you plan to ski or snowboard only in sunny conditions, a lower VLT promises less eye fatigue. However, if you plan to use the goggles in lower light conditions, a higher VLT will give you better color and depth perception.

Contrary to popular belief, the color of the lens is not solely a fashion statement. Different colors are designed for specific conditions. For example, clear and rose-colored goggles are best for low-light conditions and dark-colored tints are better for sunny days. Mirrored-lenses are also better at reflecting light. Many goggles allow you to change the lens, so make sure you are prepared with a few options prior to your trip.

Finally, UV-light protection is imperative. The snow causes harmful sun rays to reflect into your eyes, and this can cause long-term eye damage if you’re not protected. Most goggles have 100% UV protection, but it doesn't hurt to double-check.

Size

Whether you wear a helmet or glasses, make sure to pay attention to the size and fit. OTG, or over-the-glasses, goggles are designed to securely fit over glasses. Goggles to fit over helmets typically have a longer adjustable strap. Loose goggles are useless, so pay attention to these specs when making your selection. Also, while many goggles are both youth- and adult-sized, for smaller children, it is best to buy child-sized goggles, or they might be too large to stay securely on their faces.

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