Prescription Ski & Snowboarding Goggles | SportRx

Prescription snow goggles? Yes – it’s a thing! And you can get prescription in your favorite goggle brands!

SportRx’s Rob gives us the breakdown on the two options available for prescription ski & snowboarding goggles:

1) SportRx’s proprietary goggles with prescription lenses mounted directly into the shield, or

2) The prescription goggle insert system. With the prescription goggle insert system you can get virtually any prescription into virtually any goggle on the market.

Get a complete prescription snow goggle setup (goggle + insert) or just get the prescription insert for a pair of goggles you already own.

Unlike a universal insert approach, we’ve designed and developed prescription goggle inserts to accommodate specific prescription ranges and goggle models, so odds are we can find a solution that works for you.

How to install & remove prescription goggle insert:

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Dale Patten says:

Do you make a trifocal insert for goggles? Thanks

Chase Jaworsky says:

hi rob can you please do a overview on a pair of radarlocks with sapphire iridium lenses thank you

L RAM says:

What eye glasses are you wearing? I ordered a pair of oakley flight decks from you all with the prescription insert and it was a great investment. Way better then wearing glasses under your goggles by far.

Eileen Nestman says:

I want to get inserts for my husband for Christmas, how can I sneakily find out his prescription? I don’t want to straight up ask him, he’s too clever and would figure it out.

What’s the average cost?

suzanne telfeian says:

I was hoping to see/understand exactly how to remove and inset the lens into the goggle

tonebenderx says:

Its refreshing to see a goggle video in which someone actually wears the goggles!

OspreyBravo18 says:

Kinda sick of snowboarding with just eye glasses. Wind burn sucks.

BenRangel says:

The downside to inserts is that you have to bring your regular glasses in a case, and hope they don’t get crushed if you fall. And every time you take your goggles off you gotta take out the glasses if you wanna see.

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