If you are on the slopes, snow goggles are an important accessory to carry, more specifically to shield your eyes from the cold, protect them against glare and UV rays, and keep you safe from accidents. Do not rely on sunglasses that could slip or fall off, but instead equip yourself with a pair of goggles from Anaconda. Choose from soft frame goggles, or more rigid models, depending on your preference and the type of activity you are planning to undertake. With goggles for men, women, and kids you will be able to find the perfect pair of goggles for your next adventure here
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Choosing The Right Goggles For Skiing Or Snowboarding
Are you checking out our range of goggles because you need a pair for a future skiing or snowboarding trip? If you do, we recommend reading through the information below, which provides you with countless tips and hints on how to get the best goggles for your needs.
Which Lens Tint Is Recommended For A Snowboarding Or Skiing Trip?
Most people who shop for goggles for the first time often believe that the lens tint is simply a nice beautification feature. However, lens tints do have a function and can make your pair of goggles more or less suitable for certain environments. This means it is important to be familiar with the different types of lens tints.
When you choose the lens tint for your goggles, it must provide you with anything from colour definition to depth perception. Specific lens tints are used to provide these qualities in an environment where there is lots of light, e.g. an area with lots of snow, from which light reflects. Of course, you could also encounter areas that are not that bright. So, here is the lowdown on popular lens tints.
Yellow, gold and amber lenses - This lens tint is most suitable for environments with reduced light and possibly fog. By using this colour lens, you can filter out any blue light that is present, but also view shadows better. As such, you can enjoy enhanced vision in poor light conditions.
Pink and copper lenses - If you will not encounter any fog, but will encounter poor light conditions, pink and copper lenses could be the more suitable choice for your goggles. While they are less effective in foggy environments compared to the previously recommended lenses, they are quite good when it comes to dealing with darker environments.
Dark brown, grey, and green lenses - As a general rule of thumb, the darker lenses are more suitable for brighter environments. If you are going to encounter lots of light, choosing colours such as dark brown, grey, or dark green will ensure your eyes get spared the strain strong light could cause.
Can Goggles Have Special Lenses As Well?
Much like sunglasses, goggles can have special lenses with a specific purpose. Below, we have listed the most common options and their intended purpose.
Mirror-coated lenses - These lenses are most suitable for bright environments with lots of sunlight, as these lenses will reflect some of the sunlight without it hitting your eyes. While these are less suitable for darker days, they are the go-to for bright and sunny days.
Clear lenses - Some lenses appear to have no special treatment, this is referred to as clear lenses. Contrary to belief, these lenses do have a clear function, as they are recommended for darker days, sunset, or night. The darker the environment, the higher the visible light transmission (VLT) you will need. Clear lenses provide some of the highest VLT out there.
Photochromatic lenses - These lenses are probably counted among the most expensive in this overview, this since photochromatic lenses have the possibility to change according to the light situation. For example, when it gets darker, lenses will become clearer. On the other hand, if it gets lighter, the lenses will become darker. It is the perfect solution for skiers and snowboarders who want a one-lens-fits-all-situations solution.
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