For optimized vision on the mountain you’ll need lenses that improve contrast and depth perception and have a decent lens curvature to maximize protection will not altering peripheral vision. The best goggles will prevent fogging by having moisture wicking foam, a dual lens design and venting. In low to flat conditions, yellow, rose and blue lenses are best. On sunny days with high visibility, black, grey and gold (often mirrored) lenses are best for keeping the sun out. The option of interchangeable lenses is something to keep an eye on, as it allows you to adapt to any environment with a quick lens swap.
When it comes to skiing and snowboarding, you'’'ll definitely need lenses that improve contrast and depth perception without the annoyance of fogging up.
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