Should Kids Wear Ski Goggles?
Yes, it is important for kids to wear ski goggles as it provides protection from the different weather conditions while skiing and improves their visibility. The lens on junior ski goggles not only blocks out harmful UV light from the sun, but it acts as a shield from wind and snow. The additional benefit to this is that it keeps your child's face warm.
There are many different features of kids’ snow goggles that can help you decide on a particular model. Influential features to look out for include anti fog technology, OTG which stands for Over The Glasses (for children that wear eyeglasses) and interchangeable lenses. Having an additional lens that can be interchanged allows you to have a lens for bright, sunny days and a lens for darker, snowy days. The best kids’ ski goggles will have a combination of these features, if not all of them.
Dressing your children appropriately is one of the other foundations for them to have a good skiing experience. For keeping them warm, they should be wearing thermal clothing as base layers. To see our collection, check out Junior Base Layers.