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How to fit the myopia glasses comfortably in the snow goggles has always been a painful nuisance for nearsighted people. Some people choose soft-framed snow goggles that are compatible with myopia glasses, but fog and uncomfortable feelings usually ruin your skiing experience; Some people choose contact lenses, but not everyone is comfortable wearing them, and strong winds often blow uncomfortably while skiing. Here we would like to introduce some ways for nearsighted people to wear ski goggles.
Firstly, Over the Glasses (OTG), also known as OTG snow goggles, is a common solution for people who wish to wear both nearsighted glasses and ski goggles. Compared with ordinary snow goggles, OTG snow goggles have a larger space between the lens and the nearsighted glasses and have a thicker foam on the frame, so as to avoid squeezing the inner frame snow goggles when wearing. Generally, manufacturers will indicate which styles are special OTG snow goggles, but some snow goggles with wide designs may meet the requirements of wearing nearsighted glasses even if they are not marked OTG. It is better to try them on before you buy the goggles.
In addition to considering the comfort of wearing the OTG snow goggles, there is a more important issue to consider -- ventilation and anti-fog. For this purpose, snow goggles manufacturers often add additional vent designs for OTG snow goggles or use fans or electronic
heating and defogging systems, but these designs will make snow goggles heavier and more expensive.
Secondly, snow goggles with built-in optical lenses are also a solution if you find the OTG mode of wearing snow mirrors too cumbersome. The optical lens is built into the inside of the snow goggles lens, and a special anti-fog coating is used, just like a swimming mirror with degrees, in an all-in-one design. The advantage of this design is that you don't have to worry about the limited selection of OTG snow goggles.
All snow goggles can be compatible with built-in optical lenses. But the weakness is that the built-in optical lenses are expensive, and when you take them off, you have to replace them with spare glasses, which is a hassle.
Thirdly, it is better not to wear contact lenses while skiing, wearing contact lenses while skiing is a safety hazard.
The combination of snow goggles and contact lenses is OK, however, there is a possibility of wind blowing through the snow goggles, resulting in blurred vision. If you only wear your contact lenses, strong winds while skiing can dry them out quickly, affecting your vision and even damaging your eyes. In addition, contact lenses may fall off and be lost when you fall over. It is recommended to wear resin lenses when skiing, and most snow goggles can accommodate nearsighted glasses.