I can hardly see anything with my glasses off because I am very nearsighted. How do I choose the right skiing glasses for me if I want to ski
Reply from Brenda J.
Ski glasses have features such as anti-fog, UV protection and anti-glare to provide a good view. Ski jackets will have a special pocket for ski glasses
Find ski goggles that match your degree of nearsightedness so that you can see clearly while skiing.
Choose the right lens color. Generally, gray or brown lenses can adapt to different light conditions and provide a more natural color feel. If you ski on cloudy or foggy days, you can choose yellow or orange lenses that can increase contrast and help you see the terrain more clearly. If you ski in very bright sunlight, gray or black lenses can effectively reduce glare.
Choose ski goggles that fit your head size. Goggles or glasses that are too small may compress your nose or eyes and cause discomfort. Goggles or glasses that are too large may fall off or shake, affecting your vision.
Choose a reputable and well-reviewed ski goggles brand with guaranteed quality.