Get dressed and ready to enjoy some quality powder this year! When packing your gear, you can’t forget your trusty snow goggles. But if you’re not one of those blessed size “M”s, goggles are often too tight or loose on your head. Check out our snow goggle fit guide to learn about some of the options available to you—we have options for small faces, big heads, and low nose bridges.

Table of Contents

1. What to Look For in Snow Goggles
1.1 Triple-Layer Face Foam
1.2. Helmet Compatibility
1.3. Silicone-Ribbed-Strap
2. Snow Goggles for Small Faces
3. Snow Goggles for Big Heads
4. Snow Goggles for Low Nose Bridges
5. Other Snow Goggle Tips
6. Prescription Snow Goggles at SportRx


What to Look For in Snow Goggles

This is an abbreviated list of the most important features in your snow goggles. For the complete list, check out How to Buy Ski & Snowboard Goggles.

Triple-Layer Face Foam

Triple-layer, moisture-wicking foam is something already found in a majority of goggles, but it’s important to check for. This foam serves the dual purpose of keeping your face dry and warm, creating a seal against cold air. This also helps with fogging.

Helmet Compatibility

Speaking of fogging, a low-profile goggle with helmet-compatible venting also helps keep your vision clear. We always recommend wearing a helmet when skiing or snowboarding, and if you buy the same brand helmet as your goggles, there’s a better chance of them being compatible.

Silicone-Ribbed Strap

And when you add a helmet, a silicone-ribbed, adjustable strap helps the goggles stay in place. Again, we always recommend wearing a helmet for snow sports, though whether you wear the goggles over or under the helmet is your choice.


Snow Goggles for Small Faces

For more on each of these goggles, read Best Ski & Snow Goggles for Small Faces.


Snow Goggles for Big Heads

For more on each of these goggles, read Top 5 Best Ski & Snowboard Goggles for Big Heads.


Snow Goggles for Low Nose Bridges

Also referred to as Asian Fit, these snow goggles have extra foam over the nose pocket to ensure there’s no gap letting cold air in even if you have a flat nose bridge. For more info, read What are Asian Fit Snow Goggles?


Other Snow Goggle Tips

Getting the right-fitting goggle is only half the battle! You also want to make sure you have the appropriate lens tint for the conditions you’re expecting. Luckily, we can help with that too. Check out How to Choose a Snow Goggle Lens Color for advice on picking the perfect color for your new snow goggles.

Still have questions, or aren’t sure where to start in your snow goggle search? No problem at all. Our mountain-loving, ABO-certified SportRx opticians are ready to help. You can reach out to us any day of the week via phone, chat, or email.


Prescription Snow Goggles at SportRx

Need prescription snow goggles? Done. When you shop with us, you’ll find video guides and tooltips throughout the build process as you customize the perfect pair. An answer to all your questions is at your fingertips, and if you want to chat with an expert, Contact Us. We’ll put you in touch with one of our friendly in-house opticians who can help you build your prescription snow goggles.

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