My father is a cycling enthusiast and he has several pairs of cycling goggles. Can I wear goggles for skiing? What is the difference between skiing glasses and ordinary goggles?
Reply from Brenda J.
Ski goggles and regular goggles are different in their design and purpose. Below, I will detail the differences between the two.
Firstly, ski goggles are specifically designed for skiing. They have a broader coverage area, with features such as anti-fog, UV protection, and anti-glare, and can adapt to different weather and lighting conditions.
In contrast, regular goggles usually cover only the area around the eyes and do not necessarily have anti-fog, UV or anti-glare features. While cycling goggles may have some similar features, they are not professional ski equipment and may not have special anti-fog features.
Therefore, when skiing, wearing specialized ski goggles can provide better visual effects and maximum eye protection, enhancing skiing safety.