Because UV rays are harmful to the eyes, all our goggles are certified 100% ANTI UV by the EN 174 standard. Ski goggles are the best form of protection because they fully cover the eyes in order to block UV rays from direct sunlight as well as from reflected light
The "OPTIMAL" anti-fogging system is composed of a dual lens with an anti-fog coating on the inner surface and an air vent on the frame that ventilates the inside of the goggles. To ensure a good flow of air inside of the goggles, do not block these air vents, e.g. with a neckwarmer. Do not rub inner surface of 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 trapped between the 2 lenses provides thermal insulation. As a result, the thermal shock between the inside of the goggles and the outside is reduced. This delays any condensation on the inside lens of the goggles. To complement this, the inner lens is also given an anti-fogging treatment.
Triple cylindrical-shaped lens. The middle lens is made of highly shock-resistant injection-moulded polycarbonate, the inner lens is made of acetate and the interchangeable lens is made of flexible polycarbonate.
All Wed’ze ski goggles are designed to be perfectly compatible with Wed’ze ski helmets.
The G 500 I ski goggles in size L can be worn with glasses (max width of 145 mm). The foam padding on the sides and the shape of the skirt of the goggles leaves enough room for the temples of the glasses.
40 mm-wide polyamide, polyester and rubber elastic headband with non-slip silicone band
Remember to protect the goggles – the lens in particular – from scratches before and after use by using the Wed'ze microfibre case. This case also cleans the lenses and the material is perfect for looking after them without causing scratches. The thermo-compressed case is ideal for storing your goggles and protecting them from crushing in your backpack while skiing.
A coloured coating on the outside of the lens of the ski goggles (known as Flash coloured) reduces the percentage of light transmitted to the eye. This reduces glare and improves visual clarity in sunny conditions
The EN 174 standard is a European standard that applies to goggles used for eye protection when downhill skiing or during similar activities, such as snowboarding.
Humidity causes the formation of condensation. It is therefore best to avoid filling foam with humidity, for example by placing ski goggles over damp helmets or hats. Falling face down in the snow can also cause your goggles to fog up. This is therefore why you must correctly dry your ski goggles overnight to get rid of all traces of humidity and use perfectly dry goggles the following day.
Goggles are chosen based on head size. Select size S for a head size below 55 cm (or formerly S/M), and from a head size of 56 cm, select L (or formerly L/XL)
Store your goggles in the Wed'ze bag after use.
All the Wed'ze products are tested under the real-life conditions for which they are designed... In the snow, in the cold and all the conditions you could encounter when skiing. Our design teams, product managers, engineers and pattern designers make sure that the products are perfectly suited to their intended use and real-life conditions.