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    Ski Goggles

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a place to get prescription inserts for ski goggles. Or maybe a place that you have gotten other prescription safety lenses that may be able to do ski goggles.

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    If your optometrist can't do it for you he should at least be able to refer you to one that specializes in sports vision requirements.
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    Have you searched variations of prescription ski goggles? Your post peaked my curiosity so I looked and found on Amazon universal holders for the lenses that clip into regular goggles.
    https://www.sportrx.com/blog/prescri...s-ski-snow-mx/
    http://www.pro-vue.com/snow.html
    https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=nb_sb_no...n+snow+goggles

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    Zenni has some weird looking safety glasses that look like they may fit into ski googles. They are the cheapest glasses maker I know of and they are made in the USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Christensen View Post
    Have you searched variations of prescription ski goggles? Your post peaked my curiosity so I looked and found on Amazon universal holders for the lenses that clip into regular goggles.
    https://www.sportrx.com/blog/prescri...s-ski-snow-mx/
    http://www.pro-vue.com/snow.html
    https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=nb_sb_no...n+snow+goggles
    I've used ones like the middle for about 6 years now. They are only single thickness, and have a lot of ventilation to avoid fogging, so they aren't very warm; but work well. I am on my second set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Christensen View Post
    Have you searched variations of prescription ski goggles? Your post peaked my curiosity so I looked and found on Amazon universal holders for the lenses that clip into regular goggles.
    https://www.sportrx.com/blog/prescri...s-ski-snow-mx/
    http://www.pro-vue.com/snow.html
    https://www.amazon.ca/s/ref=nb_sb_no...n+snow+goggles
    These are what I found as well. The price range is large between the sites. $89-289

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    I have seen, but do not know where to obtain, stick on lenses. They stick on the inside of your glasses to turn a regular set of safety glasses into glasses that have a small area that is magnified. These may work on your goggles.
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    my wife and I both wear glasses and ski. we use the smith I/OX goggles with our regular glasses and anti fog coating called cat crap. my prescription is too high for most alternatives. this way we also have flat light and blue bird lenses for different snow conditions as well.

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