Whether you're on the piste or in open terrain, skiing with the family or attempting ambitious snowboarding, you're a racer or a freestyler; ZEISS snow goggles suit every winter sports enthusiast. They are available in three different designs, each with two types of reflective coating. You can choose between "Racer", for men and with polarising efficiency, "Ice Queen", for women in different models, and "Bowie", the unisex model with interchangeable lenses.
For the reflective coating, you can choose between Flash Electric and Multilayer. The Flash Electric reflective coating is designed to help wearers see bumps, icy surfaces or obstacles better in poor visibility conditions – for example, when it's snowing, sleeting, cloudy or dusky.
It is available in a range of different tints for high-contrast vision. Multilayer, on the other hand, features a multi-layer reflective coating, making it ideal for particularly bright conditions.
ZEISS SONAR is an innovative tint, especially developed by Carl Zeiss Vision Sunlens to improve vision in the snow, enhancing colors, brightness and contrasts in all light conditions, even at high speed. Unlike standard blue blocker filters, ZEISS Sonar displays a specific spectral curve that acts as a blue attenuator but still allows some blue light to reach the eye - between 380-500 nm - to identify irregularities in the snow like bumps and hollows. This all makes skiing and snowboarding safer.
In addition, the goggles are available with ZEISS Sonar and the men’s models with polarization filters. ZEISS Snow Goggle POL is a thermoformed roseé lens which provides:
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