A flat light lens is your best friend when the snow is dumping or you want to do some night riding. Sunglass Rob and Tyler break down the best low light snow goggle lenses for your next mountain adventure.
All of the lenses in this video feature a light tint to allow more light through the lens to your eyes. This means they will have a higher VLT (visible light transmission) rating. This will be anywhere from 35-60%.
Each brand has their own proprietary contrast enhancing lens technology. More contrast means you can pick up on details easier and have a safer and more enjoyable time on the slopes.
SPY HAPPY Lens Technology – (3:02)
Smith Chromapop Lens Technology – (3:40)
Oakley PRIZM – (5:04)
Anon Sonar Len Technology – (5:59)
Dragon Lumalens Technology – (6:17)
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