Originally Posted by NZskier
You might be adverse to the idea contact lenses are the silver bullet for skiing. They even come in daily disposables now so you dont need to clean them, just use a new pair. Modren lenses are much softer and easier to wear than the old glass lenses.
Just a thought.
I'd have to second this thought 100%. I wear contacts for skiing, whitewater rafting, and basically any other sport like those. My astigmatism (sp?) doesn't allow for a perfect prescription so I can't wear them daily.
Just made the move to contacts for this season and I can't believe I didn't do it sooner. Halfway through my trip to Breck/Vail in January I lost a contact and was stuck going back to glasses under goggles. In the past I didn't realize just how much of a pain they are, even with Smith OTG's. Almost ruined the day but it was the best conditions I've ever skiied so I got over it.
I will never ski with glasses under goggles again.
Good luck with whatever you do.