100% anti-UV. Brown screen to see the reliefs under the sun and the clouds.
Essential anti-fogging, double lens with anti-fogging treatment
Field of vision
Wraparound lens with good field of horizontal vision
Ergonomic foam and comfortable fabric
40 mm wide elastic.
2 buckles for adjusting the length of the elastic
Perfect fit for Wedze helmets
Because UV rays are bad for the eyes, all our goggles are certified 100% ANTI-UV by standard EN 174. Goggles are the best protection, they perfectly enclose the eyes, blocking both UV rays and glare
S3 means a dark screen that protects you from the intense light of the sun. We have selected a brown tint that preserves good visibility in shaded areas or at the end of the day when the sun is less bright.
The "ESSENTIAL" anti-fogging is a double lens with treatment on the inside of the inner lens.
To ensure a good flow of air inside the goggles, do not block these air vents, e.g. with a neck warmer.
Do not rub the inner surface of the lens but dab it carefully in order to preserve the anti-fogging treatment for as long as possible.
Goggles with dual lens to reduce condensation. Indeed, the air that is trapped between the two lenses creates a layer of thermal insulation. Thanks to this, the thermal shock between the inside and the outside of the mask is lower and it thus slows down vapour formation inside the screen of the mask. To complement this, the inner lens is also given an anti-fog treatment.
Cylindrical double lens, made of polycarbonate for the outer lens and cellulose polycarbonate for the inner lens, both cut to fit the shape of the goggles.
Compatibility with a ski helmet
All Wedze ski goggles are designed to fit perfectly with Wedze ski helmets.
Compatibility with prescription glasses
The G 140 ski goggles in size L can be worn with prescription glasses (maximum width of 135 mm). The foam pads on the sides and the shape of the goggle padding enables the arms to pass through.
Polyamide elastic, Polyester, and 40 mm high rubber.
EN 174 Standard
The EN 174 standard is a European standard applicable to goggles used for eye protection during downhill skiing or similar activities such as snowboarding.
Moisture causes condensation. You must therefore make sure that the foam does not get soaked with water, e.g. by placing the goggles on a wet helmet or a hat. Falling face down in the snow can also cause your goggles to fog up. That is why you need to dry your ski goggles thoroughly every night to eliminate all traces of moisture so you can start the next day with a completely dry pair of goggles.
The size of the goggles is chosen according to the head size. Up to 55 cm, choose the size S (or the former size S/M). From 56 cm, choose size L (or the former size L/XL)