Best Flat Light Ski Goggles

Skiing or snowboarding in flat light, low light, snowy, and other variable conditions is unavoidable. Here at Skiing Sherpa, we are always equipped with a set of everyday and low light ski goggle lenses to ensure that our day isn’t ruined by unexpected clouds or precipitation. Below we’ve outlined our favorite lenses for these conditions:

Glade Adapt Photochromic

MSRP: $109


A lethal fusion of supreme comfort and unflinching durability, the Glade Adapt photochromatic lens is the perfect ski goggle for variable conditions. The transition lens technology actually changes tint with the conditions, so you can adapt to anything the mountain throws at you. This is our go-to lens for any kind of flat light or snowy conditions. At a very affordable price point, this goggle technology is an absolute steal.

Comfort 99
Durability 99
Lens Tech 98
Range of Vision 96
Affordability 100

Giro Vivid Infrared

MSRP: $129


You know the feeling, cruising along down the slopes when all of a sudden clouds, fog, or snow rolls in and all of a sudden you are flying blind. A low light lens is an important part of any ski or snowboard arsenal. The Giro Vivid Infrared Lens is our favorite lens to cut through crappy conditions and illuminate the path ahead.

Comfort 91
Durability 92
Lens Tech 90
Range of Vision 90
Affordability 85

Smith Chromapop Storm

MSRP: $139


The Smith Chromapop Storm lens is the go-to low light or flat light lens on the Smith I/O model. You can always count on Smith to be one of the most dependable goggles on the market, and this lens technology is no different. We’ve had success with this lens in a number of conditions, and feel comfortable recommending it to any Smith I/O owner.

Comfort 90
Durability 91
Lens Tech 96
Range of Vision 96
Affordability 85

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