Snowstorms can wreak havoc on your vision. Moisture and humidity, as well as the added physical effort of skiing fresh snow, can cause fogging and condensation to accumulate in goggles. Flat light and low light challenge depth perception and make contrasts difficult to see. And being encumbered by neck gaiters, jacket hoods and high collars can feel claustrophobic.
The right goggles remedy all these issues, with ventilation that eliminates fog, high-quality lenses that provide contrast and depth perception in low light, and lens shapes and frameless design that offer unobstructed vision.