Prescription Ski Goggles
Prescription Ski Goggles from the world's most respected ski goggle and snow goggle manufacturers at the lowest prices allowed for Authorized Dealers make the perfect addition to your mountain gear. All of our 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.
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 at the bottom of the page. These prescription ski sunglasses have a removable foam eye seal, so they can also be worn as regular sunglasses.
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Prescription Ski Goggles - Universal Insert Info
Prescription Ski Goggles and snowboard goggles are rapidly becoming one of the hottest items on the slopes this year. For years, skiers thought their only options were either wearing glasses under their ski goggles, which is very uncomfortable, or wearing contacts that can become a big problem if they pop out at the wrong time. The universal prescription ski goggle insert from ADS Sports Eyewear is helping people fall in love with snow skiing and the mountainside all over again.
How the Universal Prescription Ski Goggle Insert Works and Installs:
The insert installs behind the ski goggle lens. The arms of the insert grab the inside of the goggle to keep it in place. Hold the insert on the bottom of the frame, then position it so that the top of the insert will go into the goggle first. Tilt the insert forward and press the top to the top of the goggle, then tilt the bottom in until the nasal portion of the insert rests on the nasal portion of the goggle.
About our Rx Lenses for your Prescription Ski Goggle Insert:
ADS Sports Eyewear uses the latest Rx lens surfacing technology in all of our prescription eyewear. This new tech is called 'Free-Form Digital' surfacing. Digital means that it is surfaced entirely by computer aided machinery. Free-Form means that your prescription is recalculated at every single point on the back of each lens. This creates a high definition optical map on each lens. Free-Form gives you a much larger optical center or 'sweet spot' and eliminates the "Fishbowl Effect" associated with putting prescriptions in wrapped frames.
Prescription Ski Goggles vs. Wearing Glasses Under a Ski Goggle:
1. Prescription ski goggles with an Rx insert will experience less fog because the insert is further away from the heat of your face, and it is in the natural venting channel of the ski goggle.
2. Rx Ski Goggle inserts are more comfortable than having the goggle press eyewear temples against your head.
3.There is a significant risk of losing or damaging standard prescription eyeglasses in a fall. Prescription goggle inserts are designed to hold up to these routine occurrences.
How do prescription ski goggles work?
Prescription lenses are always a separate right and left lens. Therefore, to put a prescription in any eyewear that has a 1-piece shield lens like a ski goggle will require a prescription insert. All prescription goggles featured on this site 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 are pretty simple: If warm air hits a cold lens it is going to fog. Ski slopes are cold. Your face is warm. So the challenges here are obvious. Prescription ski goggles will have 3 surfaces where fogging can occur: 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?
When everything is some shade of white, contrast is very important. Shades of copper are a very effective way to this, and most manufacturers offer this in a variety of light transmission levels. READ MORE
What is a spherical ski goggle lens and how does it help me?
A spherical ski goggle lens is a bubble that matches the curve of your eye, so light will always travel straight through the goggle lens enroot to your eye. In a Cylindrical goggle lens your vision through the top or the bottom of the lens will be slightly distorted by the angle of the lens compared to the direction that light is passing through the lens. READ MORE