Prescription Smith Ski Goggles
Prescription Ski Goggles from Smith feature the ultimate in anti-fog and optical technology. Most of these Smith snow goggles also have a dual spherical goggle lens to eliminate distortion. Smith Ski Helmets are designed to pull air through the vents in Smith Ski Goggles. By improving airflow through the goggle the Smith anti-fog technology is even more effective.
Our all-time favorite inovation in prescription ski goggles is the Smith Turbo Fan Ski Goggles. This tiny fan keeps the goggle lens fog-free by moving air across the back of the lens. The Rx insert in the goggle is also in this air current, so both the goggle lens and the prescription insert stay fog-free. (If you only run the fan when you need it the AA battery will last for years.)
All prescription Smith Turbo Ski Goggles are tax free and come with a FREE Ski Goggle Travel Case; Free Shipping; and a Lifetime Warranty! If you have any questions at all, call us at (800) 381-9083 for recommendations.
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