Snow Goggles for Children (Ages 0-8)
Winter Snow Goggles for Toddlers and Children
Protect Your Kids Eyes with Stylish Goggles
Protecting your children's eyes is the most important and most overlooked ski and snowboard safety precaution. One reason your children should wear junior ski goggles is to protect their eyes from UVA and UVB sunrays, which are especially harsh when reflected off the white snow. The second reason to wear goggles is to protect your child's eyes from objects. Your kids and toddlers will take a good fall on the slopes from time to time and when they do they need toddler ski goggles or youth ski goggles to protect their eyes from ski poles, ice chunks, and their own flailing bodies!
WinterKids.com provides youth ski goggles and snowboard goggles that are both safe and stylish! You'll find a large selection of the safest children's ski and snowboard goggles all at great prices. All of the youth ski goggle choices are guaranteed to provide the greatest visibility and safety, without sacrificing great style. We offer only top quality children and toddler ski goggles that embody all the key elements needed to rip up the slopes.
Find out what you need to know about keeping your kids safe and comfortable on the slopes in our FAQ section.
Key Elements to Look for when Choosing Kids Ski Goggles
When choosing ski and snowboard goggles for boys and girls, be aware of a few key elements that should be present in the children's ski goggles you pick. The goggles should be contoured to fit the face correctly, be helmet compatible if the child wears a helmet, protect against both UVA and UVB sun rays, and have double anti-fog lenses.
Kids ski goggles need to be contoured to fit a child's face well. The curvature of the frame as well as the lenses should fit the face and sit snugly against the skin. This allows for a comfortable feel and will keep the cold wind from penetrating the eye area. If a helmet is being worn, make sure that the goggles are helmet compatible. Youth ski goggles that are helmet compatible have a longer strap to fit around the helmet and are designed to fit snugly so the face is protected from the cold.
The quality of the lenses in boys and girls ski and snowboard goggles is very important as well. As previously mentioned, the lenses must be UVA and UVB protective to ensure the safety of the eyes while skiing or snowboarding. Double lenses give added protection during falls and also inhibit fogging. One lens is exposed to the elements and the other is next to the skin with a slight separation between the two. The separation is key in kids' ski goggles because it does not allow the heat or cold to transfer easily between the lenses, thus reducing fogging. Venting and anti-fog coating are other elements which reduce the chance of fogged children's ski goggles.
Following these key elements and suggestions will ensure that all children and toddlers from ages 2-7 have great fitting youth ski goggles designed especially for kids to protect eyes and provide clear vision.