Because UV rays are harmful to eyes, all our goggles are certified 100% ANTI UV by the EN 174 standard. Masks are the best protective solution as they perfectly enclose the eyes preventing any direct or reflected UV light from entering
FOG S1 Lens
S1 FOG is a light lens for seeing better in bad weather, fog or snow. We have selected a lens with a yellow tint to improve terrain visibility in bad weather, but it is still low in these weather conditions. You must be careful and not place yourself in danger in unknown and hazardous areas.
The screens are not scratch resistant.
The "ESSENTIAL" anti-fogging is a dual lens with treatment on the inside of the inner lens.
To provide good ventilation inside the mask, do not block the ski mask 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. Dry the mask thoroughly every night.
Goggles with dual screen to reduce condensation. Indeed, the air that is trapped between the two lenses creates a layer of thermal insulation. The thermal shock between the inside and the outside of the mask is lower and therefore fogging slows down on the mask's inner lens. To complement this, the inner lens is also given an anti-fog treatment.
Wraparound dual lens, made of polycarbonate for the outer lens and cellulose polycarbonate for the inner lens, both cut to fit the shape of the mask.
ESSENTIAL field of vision
there is vertical and horizontal field of vision. The G 100 has an "ESSENTIAL" field of vision, giving good, safe visibility on the sides.
Ski helmet compatibility
All Wedze ski goggles are designed to fit perfectly with Wedze ski helmets.
Compatibility with prescription glasses
The padded sides and the shape of the mask skirt leave space for the side-arms of prescription glasses. The G 100 ski mask in size L allows for the use of prescription glasses with a maximum width of 135 mm.
40 mm high Polyamide, Polyester and rubber elastic.
CE - EN 174 and ANSI 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 when it comes to resistance to shocks and impact.
These skiing goggles pass both these standards
To avoid fogging
Moisture causes fogging. You must therefore make sure that the foam does not get damp, e.g. by placing the goggles on a wet helmet or a hat. Falling face down in the snow can also cause your goggles to fog up. This is why 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.
The mask size is chosen according to the head size
Up to 55 cm, choose size S (previously S/M), from 56 cm up, choose size L (previously L/XL)