When I was younger, I never would have guessed that the primary impediment to my skiing would some day be the inability to distinguish details of the hill. But now (mid 40s), I'm to the point where I am essentially blind when it comes to skiing in flat light. The hill has no detail whatsoever; even large moguls or drop-offs beecome invisible to me unless there is sunshine I must wait for night skiing. When I have visibility I'm an agressive high-speed skiier looking out for every bit of drop-air I can get. During a grey-day I feel like I'm back in my first season of skiing. It's just terrible.
So I'm looking for a "price is no concern" pair of incredible flat-light goggles. I've tried rose/crimson, yellow, orange, polarized (I have quite the collection!), and while some of them are better than others, none come close to allowing me to ski properly in flat-light.
I would prefer specific brand and model-name recomendations.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give. This has become a really distressing issue to me, as skiing is an important part of my life and I'm so tired of feeling "crippled" so much of the time.