100% UV protection
UV rays are bad for the eyes. All our goggles are 100% anti-UV certified by the standard EN 174. Skiing goggles are the best protective solution: they perfectly enclose your eyes and prevent UV rays and glare from passing through.
The photochromic lens darkens mainly as a result of UV rays. Depending on the presence of UV rays, the darkness of the lens will change over the course of the day.
The screens are not scratch resistant.
The "OPTIMAL" anti-fogging is made up of a double ventilated lens with an internal treatment and an air vent on the frame that ventilates the inside of the ski goggles.
For good ventilation inside your goggles, do not obstruct these air vents with a neck warmer, for example.
Do not rub inner surface of lens but dab it carefully in order to preserve the anti-fogging treatment for as long as possible.
Ventilated dual lens
Goggle design with double ventilated lens to limit the formation of fogging. Indeed, the air that is trapped between the two lenses creates a layer of thermal insulation. Thanks to this, the thermal shock between the inside and the outside of the goggles is lower and fogging slows down on the goggle lens. The inner lens also has an anti-fogging treatment and is ventilated with air vents that provide a good air flow.
The spherical shape produces the least optical distortion.
The lens is extremely shock-resistant in material and shape and the inner lens is made from acetate.
OPTIMAL field of vision
there is vertical and horizontal field of vision. The G 900 has an OPTIMAL field of vision, this mask offers the best field of vision.
Ski helmet compatibility
All Wedze ski goggles are designed to fit perfectly with Wedze ski helmets.
Compatibility with prescription glasses
The G 900 PH ski mask in size L allows for the use of prescription glasses with a maximum width of 145 mm. The foam on the sides and the shape of the goggle skirt leaves a passage for each temple.
40 mm-wide Polyamide, Polyester and rubber elastic, 3 non-slip silicone straps
Microfibre and thermocompressed case
Remember to protect the mask, and the lens in particular, from scratches before and after use. The microfibre case also cleans the lens as the material is perfect for looking after them without scratching. It fits easily on the mask lens to protect it from scratching at any time, during breaks for example.
The thermocompressed case is perfect for storing your mask and protecting it from crushing during storage.
Coloured Flash lens
A coloured coating on the outer side of the ski mask lens (known as coloured Flash) reduces the percentage of light that reaches the eye, reducing glare and improving clarity in sunny conditions
Be aware that the lenses are not scratch-resistant
CE - EN 174 Standard
The EN 174 Standard is a European standard applicable to goggles used for eye protection when downhill skiing or similar activities such as snowboarding. The ANSI standard is the American standard, more stringent than the European standard for resistance to shocks and impact.
These skiing goggles pass both these standards
Moisture causes fogging. You must therefore make sure that the foam does not get damp by placing the ski mask on a wet helmet or hat for example. Falling face down in the snow can also cause your goggles to fog up. Therefore you must always correctly dry your ski mask overnight to get rid of all traces of damp and go skiing again the following day with a thoroughly dry mask.
Choose the mask size according to your head size. Below 55 cm, choose size S. Above 55 cm, choose size L