The use of polarised ski goggles is a subject of debate in the skiing community. Whilst polarised ski goggles block reflected glare from the slopes, the properties of polarised lenses also block reflections from icy surfaces leading to safety concerns. Not being able to spot icy patches on the slopes could lead to more accidents. Due to these concerns some advise against the use of polarised lenses but people are split on this issue because of their glare blocking properties. For cross-country skiing there is less of a safety issue because of the speed and nature of this activity. However over the last few years we have seen a steady rise in the number of ski goggles with polarised lens options inferring their increasing popularity. Polarised ski goggles tend to be slightly more expensive but if reflected glare troubles you then these ski goggles offer a good solution. We also have a large selection of polarised sunglasses for when the sun comes out.
Other ski goggles are available including ranges for children, prescription and OTG goggles. You can also select ski goggles with a specific lenses category including category 1, 2, 3 and 4 lenses. If you are still unsure of what to go for then click on our buyers guide.