Prescription Ski Goggles
Prescription Ski Goggles from the top Snow Goggle and Ski Goggle manufacturers at listed below at the lowest prices allowed by Authorized Dealers for these brands. All Rx Ski Goggles utilize a prescription insert behind the goggle lens. By moving this prescription lens further away from the heat of your face the lenses are much less likely to fog than everyday prescription glasses under a goggle. A few prescription Ski Goggles from Smith have a tiny "Turbo Fan" that is absolutely the most effective way to prevent fogging. If fogging is a reocurring annoyance for you, we highly recommend the Smith Turbo Fan Ski Goggles.
All manufacturers here have models with mirrored lens options that will hide an Rx insert, and venting designs that maximizes airflow in order to combat fog. Most goggles listed here have a spherical goggle lens. This will minimize distortion in the top and bottom of the lens.
Skiers who want their prescription lenses mounted directly in the ski glasses as opposed to an insert can choose from several ski glasses listed below. These have a removable foam eye seal, so these can also be worn as regular sunglasses. These are best for skiing in more mild conditions because the smaller airspace will heat up faster, therefore fog up faster.
If you have any questions at all, do not hesitate to call us at (800) 381-9083 for recommendations.
Frequently Asked Questions ALL Prescription Ski Goggles below are IN STOCK!
How do prescription ski goggles work?
Most people think that a prescription ski goggle has the prescription grinded into the actual ski goggle shield or lens that you see from the outside and that is not the case. The equipment needed to make a prescription lens that size simply does not exist. All of our ski goggles with prescriptions will utilize an optical insert that installs behind the actual goggle lens. READ MORE
Should I wear my prescription glasses under my ski goggles?
While there are ski goggles that are designed to be fitted over a pair of prescription goggles (known as OTG or Over The Glasses goggles), it is still not an optimal choice. READ MORE
Why are my ski goggles fogging and how do I prevent this from happening?
The basics of ski goggle fogging tell us that if the outside of the goggle is cold from the weather and the inside is warm from your face, fog will most likely form on the lens surfaces on the inside of your goggle. Prescription ski goggles will have 3 surfaces for the fog to form; the inside of the actual goggle lens, and each side of your prescription lenses. There are a few ways to keep fogging to a minimum. READ MORE
Which lens color should I choose for my ski goggles?
Snow is white and bright so seeing changes in the texture is difficult for the naked eye. Choosing a base color that offers contrast is important when selecting a ski goggle lens. READ MORE
What is a spherical ski goggle lens and how does it help me?
The spherical ski goggle lens design has been around for several years, but many people are unaware of how important this is to the accuracy of your optics. READ MORE