Collection: Ski and snowboard goggles with category 1 transparent lenses


For true snow enthusiasts who enjoy skiing and snowboarding, there are specific conditions that necessitate particular technical equipment. Let's consider three distinct light conditions that demand the same type of lens due to their common feature of low light: skiing at night, during a snowfall, or in fog.

As mentioned earlier, these scenarios are marked by reduced visibility and light.

ski slope at night where you can use ski goggles with transparent lenses

In low light conditions, the choice of lens is crucial for ensuring optimal visibility on your route. We highly recommend using transparent lenses, particularly the Transparent magnifying glass.

Transparent lenses for ski and snowboard goggles are indispensable in extreme weather conditions where brightness and visibility are severely compromised. Our recommended model featuring transparent lenses is the MATRIX.

For skiing at night, transparent lenses are ideal as they minimize reflections from artificial light sources and provide protection from airborne particles.

Similarly, in snowy or foggy conditions, transparent lenses are the preferred choice for maintaining visibility and safety on the slopes.

We strongly advise against using orange, yellow, or smoke lenses in these situations. While they may offer high contrast, they are too dark and hinder the accurate perception of terrain features such as bumps, depressions, and obstacles in your path.

How do the goggles differ for: Night skiing – Snowfall – Fog

Ski slope during snowfall where to use ski mask with transparent lens

The ski mask designed for night, snow, and fog conditions stands apart from the typical color masks due to its transparent lens. Additionally, several factors, often deemed secondary, hold fundamental value and are present in other masks within the collection.

    • Double lens: The double lens for ski and snowboard goggles serves as a crucial defense against fogging. Essentially, it can be likened to a sandwich of two lenses that create a cavity, minimizing the thermal shock between the outer and inner surfaces. This significantly reduces condensation formation on the inner surface, thus preserving optimal performance.

      The use of double transparent lenses is particularly essential for night skiing, where lower temperatures exacerbate the temperature disparity between the external and internal surfaces, making fogging more likely.

    • Anti-fog treatment: In addition to the double lens, an anti-fog treatment on the internal surface is essential. This treatment, combined with ventilation holes in the frame, effectively prevents fogging.

The transparent lens for skis and snowboards is designed to be anti-break. It's crafted from a special plastic material engineered to withstand accidental impacts, even at low temperatures.

During the evaluation phase of purchasing ski or snowboard goggles with a transparent lens, it's essential to prioritize safety in the event of accidental impacts.

Ski mask with transparent lens for night fog and snow

The frame is soft and elastic, designed to endure low temperatures without deformation. Some models come with side wings to enhance comfort and compatibility with various helmet types.

The adjustable elastic band includes silicone grip sections to ensure a snug fit to the helmet, preventing any minor slipping of the goggles in response to vibrations.

For those who use prescription glasses?

For those who wear prescription glasses, a universal removable clip offers a convenient solution. Through your trusted optician, prescription lenses can be created and installed to fit inside ski and snowboard goggles with transparent lenses. This option provides the comfort equivalent of wearing an optical frame without the bulk of temples.