The problem with ski goggles is that we are drowned in them. There was a time when a few brands – maybe five – offered each about five models – and that was that. Sure, goggles have become incredibly affordable these days, or rather the
Not only beginners but also expert skiers wonder about the optimal / best size for their skis, which is based on a number of factors:
level /type of skier
purpose (racing vs all purpose)
preferred type of snow (groomed vs powder), taking into account iciness and
Even experienced skiers are confused by the evolving shape of skis, both seen from above (parabolic shape, width) as well as sideways. This SwissCorps article will help clarify what this is all about and what kind of equipment to bring depending on the proposed deployment.
Goggles are identified by a number called VLT which indicates how much sunlight is allowed to pass through.
The amount of light a goggle lens allows to pass through is called Visible Light Transmission (VLT). VLT is expressed as percentage of light allowed through the lens falling somewhere between 0% and 100%.
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