Polarised lenses explained

Goggles are a must-have piece of kit for anyone who likes to ski or snowboard.
Having a good set of goggles will offer you a higher definition of the slope, UV protection, as well as protection from impacts.


    Polarised lenses explained

Selecting your Goggle Lenses

When selecting your Ridr Edge goggle lenses, consider that one lens typically won’t cover you for all conditions.

On a bluebird day, you will want a lens with a darker tint.

On an overcast day, you will want a lighter tint lens to allow more light through.


    Polarised lenses explained

Goggle Lens jargon explained

Light transmission is measured in VLT (visible light transmission).

Lower VLT percentages (S3) means a darker lens tint.

High VLT percentages (S1) will be best for low light conditions, think of very overcast, or snowing.

For both sunny and cloudy days go for a middle tint lens (S2).

Here at Ridr Optics, we offer various lenses to enable you to ride all day whatever the conditions.


    Polarised lenses explained

Ridr Edge Goggle Technology

Our priority is keeping your eyes fully protected from the elements and the sun’s rays with our full UV 400 protection on all lenses.

Correct UV protection is crucial for you as you will not want to develop cataracts as you age from excessive harmful UV exposure.

Our Ridr Edge Lenses are spherical, the curves are designed to both reduce glare as well as distortion that you would get from a cylindrical lens style.


    Polarised lenses explained

Customisable Ridr Edge goggles offer top class style and performance.

Ridr Edge Goggles combine the latest technology, double lenses with permanent anti-fog coating, triple-density foam for extra comfort, and sweat-wicking.

8 point magnetic lens system to allow you to change your lens in seconds. Combined with a soft TPU frame and a grippy nylon strap.

Really it’s down to what you like best, not everyone will wear the same VLT lens for the same conditions.