I have always been a big fan of Scott ski goggles, I always have a back up pair in the backpack. Todays goggles are cutting edge in lenses and style. Scott ski goggles have had a long history of providing quality eyewear.
Scott Ski Goggles – High Quality Goggles for Snow Sports
by Mike Broh
Scott ski goggles come in a number of different models and designs that are one of the best choices for both skiers and snowboarders because they simply have all the bases covered. Scott has come to be a leader in the goggles industry in both snow sports and motor sports, and the goggles have been designed to fit anyone from children to adults. With the majority of the snow sports companies offering protective eye-wear, Scott ski goggles maintain the professional quality and continue to innovate their design and are a competitive force in not only the ski and snowboard industry, but the now offer goggles in motocross and cycling.
There are a few different categories that all of the Scott ski goggles fall into. For those seeking a quality goggle for the winter sports, you can find a model type to fit your needs whether you are a skier, snowboarder, or snowmobiler.
There are 5 major categories in the series of Scott Ski Goggles, and each is designed for a certain rider type. Ranging from pro models to junior models, we will take a look at each type in more detail.
The first line of Scott ski goggles offers a high quality design for both male and female riders of all levels. Known as the Unisex Series, they offer different lens shapes including a traditional flat lens to a more dramatic, bubble-like lens that covers a wider span of vision. Many of the pro designs of Scott goggles contain either a mirror lens or shades of orange or grey that can be used for different snow conditions.
The Womens Series is the second line of Scott ski goggles, and as the name suggests, they are fit for female riders who typically have a smaller face, so the strap and plastic molding that holds the lens is better fit for those riders. Similar to the Unisex Series, these goggles come in a variety of color schemes and lens colors to accommodate different riding conditions. Both the Womens and Unisex series contain what Scott calls "Precision Optics Lenses" which gives riders the freedom of clarity and breathability.
Two more types of Scott ski goggles are the Junior Series and Race Series. The Junior designs fit smaller faces while the Race models of goggles are made to fit racing helmets. For those riders wearing other eye wear such as prescription eyeglasses, the OTG Series fits well over your existing prescription eye wear.
The Scott company has a foundation of engineering and innovation in snow sports, and the Scott ski goggles have proven superiority over others in the field.
I know I will be investing in another pair of ski goggles this season, so there are a lot of fine choices from Scott Ski Goggles.
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