Collection: Ski goggles for children


Using children's snow goggles as protective gear for sports such as skiing and snowboarding has now become a common practice. Besides providing eye protection, they have evolved into a safety measure with high-visibility fluorescent colors, following a fashion trend for snow clothing. Additionally, there's a demand for snow goggles with high-contrast lenses to ensure optimal visibility in shaded areas and provide wide protection.

Despite seeming dissimilar, these two sports share similar needs. The high-contrast orange lens, offered by DMN, is crucial for detecting every variation in the snow. Within this category, there are two types of lenses:

  • Double lens: Consisting of a layered lens construction, ventilation holes help resist fogging (in addition to applied anti-fog treatment).
  • Single lens: Offering precise vision and often combined with anti-fog treatment, it maintains structural integrity despite lacking ventilation holes.

The adjustable elastic features a 3D embroidered graphic effect, emphasizing aesthetics alongside protection, a detail that DMN prioritizes.

Each mask is compatible with every helmet type. In the Accessories category, you'll find a universal view clip applicable to children's and teenagers' masks. This clip allows for the attachment of graduated lenses through an optician. Moreover, the technology allows for the transfer of lenses to new masks, replacing the need for OTG masks (usable with optical frames) for enhanced comfort and safety in case of impacts. For detailed specifications and measurements, refer to the specific model's list of technologies and technical characteristics.

child wears ski goggle with fluo fuchsia orange lenses

Children's ski goggles are an essential piece of equipment for a day on the snow. Designed to offer protection, comfort, and style, these goggles are crucial for ensuring clear vision and effective protection against alpine weather. Here are some factors to consider when selecting the perfect ski goggles for a child:

Solar and UV Protection: Solar protection is a key feature to look for in children's ski goggles. Ensure the lenses offer robust protection against harmful UV rays, with a 100% UV classification for maximum safety.

Anti-fog Lenses: Anti-fog lenses are vital to prevent the goggles from fogging up during skiing. These lenses are treated to inhibit condensation formation, ensuring a clear view in all conditions.

Fit: The ski goggles should fit securely to the child's face without causing pressure points or discomfort. Ensure they are loose enough to be worn comfortably with a ski helmet if necessary.

Adjustable Straps: Adjustable straps allow you to customize the fit of the goggles to your child's size and face shape. Ensure the straps are easy to adjust and remain in place during activity.

Foam Contact: The foam in contact with the face should be soft and comfortable, providing a secure seal and preventing snow or wind from entering under the goggles.

Durability: Children's ski goggles should be made of durable materials that can withstand wear and tear on the slopes. Look for goggles that are resilient and resistant to bumps and scratches.

Style and Design: There are numerous style and color options available to suit your child's personal preferences. Involve your child in the selection process to ensure the goggles reflect their individual style.

Safety Compliance: Verify that the ski goggles comply with safety standards and regulations for sunglasses and personal protective equipment (PPE) for skiing.

Choosing the right ski goggles will enhance the skiing experience for your child, making it safer and more enjoyable, allowing them to fully enjoy the mountains.