Buyer’s Guide for Women’s Ski and Snowboard Goggles

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Are you a woman that loves to ski or snowboard? Need a new pair of goggles but not sure which pair to get? This presentation explains the differences between various goggles to help you choose the ones that will work best for you.

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Buyer’s Guide for Women’s Ski and Snowboard Goggles:

Buyer’s Guide for Women’s Ski and Snowboard Goggles By: The House

Questions to Consider:

Questions to Consider 1. What style do I prefer? 2. Which brand do I prefer? 3. Which tint should I get? 4. What time of day do I snowboard or ski the most? 5. How much am I willing to spend?

Styles and Brands:

Styles and Brands One of the best things about ski and snowboarding goggles is that there are many styles and brands available. It is easy to find a pair that matches your own unique style.

Popular Brands:

Popular Brands

Dark Tints:

Dark Tints Dark tinted goggles are best for athletes who plan on skiing and/or snowboarding during the day when the sun is the brightest. This is because the dark tint blocks much of the light.

Light Tints:

Light Tints If night time skiing and/or snowboarding is more of your thing, then you might want to opt for a light tint. Light tint goggles will allow you the best visibility when the sun’s not the brightest.

Orange Tint :

Orange Tint Are you the kind of person that wants to snowboard or ski anytime, anywhere? Then a pair of orange tinted goggles are perfect for you! These goggles give you great visibility no matter what time of day it is.

Interchangeable Lenses:

Interchangeable Lenses If you’re unsure of which color lens to get and don’t mind spending a little more, then you may want to opt for interchangeable lenses. These lenses will change color based on the amount of sunlight to ensure you get maximum visibility.

Spherical Lenses:

Spherical Lenses Although they can be a bit pricey, spherical lenses are great because they give you the best sense of peripheral vision.

Flat Lens Goggles:

Flat Lens Goggles If you can’t afford spherical lens goggles, don’t worry. Traditional flat lens goggles still offer the same great protection including anti-fog lenses, 100% UV protection, helmet capability, and more.

Purchase Ski and Snowboard Goggles:

Purchase Ski and Snowboard Goggles The House is a leading supplier of ski and snowboard goggles. To purchase ski goggles, visit http://www.the-house.com/ski-goggles.html To purchase snowboard goggles, visit http://www.the-house.com/sngog.html

Contact:

Contact The House 200 S. Owasso Blvd. E. St. Paul, MN 55117 1-800-409-7669 info@the-house.com http://www.the-house.com/

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