Here are tips for buying ski goggles:
Shop before you get to the mountain, so you don't end up paying an inflated price.
Insist on lenses that provide 100 percent ultraviolet protection, to shield your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays.
Look for anti-fogging features such as double lenses, anti-fog coating and wide vents.
Ski goggles come in large, one-piece constructions that can be worn alone by people who use contact lenses or don't need vision correction.Alternatively, ski goggles will often accommodate smaller eyeglasses or sunglasses worn beneath them.Some models also include inserts for prescription lenses that can be made to your individual specifications and placed between the goggle lens and your eyes.