Without proper eyewear on the slopes, you expose your peepers to the sun, the wind, the cold, and the glare off the snow, all of which could seriously harm your eyes. Whether it’s a bluebird or a powder day, these goggles will help block out the conditions while you’re skiing or snowboarding.

Universal fit: Wildhorn Cristo Ski Goggles

For All Helmets

Extra-long, adjustable straps. Amazon

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These Wildhorn ski goggles are so comfortable, even the pros wear them. The U.S. Ski and Snowboard team strap on these shatterproof polycarbonate glasses, all of which offer UV 400 protection. They boast an anti-fog and anti-scratch coating on both the inside and outside of the lens, so you’ll be able to see clearly for years. These wide-view lenses come in 22 colors.

Flexible frame: OutdoorMaster Ski Goggles

Tons Of Color Options

Will fit over your helmet and your everyday glasses. Amazon

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These OutdoorMaster ski goggles have a bendable thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) frame that molds to your face. With UV 400 protection and an anti-fog inner lens, they’ll give you clarity down the slopes, even in bad conditions. Just don’t clean these goggles too vigorously, or you’ll wear off that anti-fog coating.

Budget pick: Cooloo Ski Goggles

Pair Of Two

They have pc lenses, which protect you from sun, wind, and snow. Amazon

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The Cooloo goggles are a slimmer option but are created with a flexible frame that can fit any face shape. These goggles come in 10 colors. Brighten your view and protect your eyes from UV rays.

Clear sight: Zionor Snowboard Goggles

Comfortable And Warm

They feature a ventilation system that prevents condensation from forming. Amazon

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The Zionor goggles will fit nicely over your every day glasses and around your helmet. Built with double-layer lenses, these goggles feature 100 percent UV protection and an anti-fog coating.

Visual fidelity: Zacro Ski Snowboard Goggles

Swappable Buckle Locking Lenses

Features a bendable TPU frame. Amazon

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The Zacro goggles are frameless, meaning you don’t lose much of your peripheral vision. These goggles let in 10 percent of the atmospheric light, so they’re best for a sunny day.