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        Need-to-know information about Scott Snow Sports Goggles


  • LENS TINTS    Lens tints are more or less a personal preference.  The best choice for you will likely vary depending on the mountain, the point in the season or even the particular day.  If you're able to come into our store, we have specially trained help that can direct you in different directions, depending on your average day on the hill.
  • LOW / FLAT LIGHT SITUATIONS    While lens tints are mostly a personal preference we do have multiple lenses that truly excel in low light and flat-light situations. Typically, we suggest you have a lens with 40% or more light transmission, in a tint you like for the best vision on low light, flat-light days.
  • LIGHT SENSITIVE LENSES    Light-Sensitive lenses that engage photochromic technology.  These adapt automatically to sunlight intensity. Light Sensitive lenses react to light changes within seconds and the lens will either darken if the sunlight gets stronger or they'll lighten if the sunlight gets weaker.
  • POLARIZED LENSES    These are designed to reduce reflections caused by light reflecting off of flat surfaces like as snow or water.  Polarization separates good light from glare.  Polarized lenses improve depth perception and truly improve overall vision with proper clarity and contrast, with optical perfection.
  • OPTIVIEW LENSES    Scott has a proprietary injection molding process coupled with a hard coat treatment that guarantees every OptiView lens is distortion free and optically correct. We offer this quality in spherical or cylindrical shapes.  (Spherical lenses are designed and built with horizontal and vertical curves to go 'around' your face - with a bubbled look. Cylindrical lenses curve horizontally but remain flat vertically, giving a flat look.
  • HELMET COMPATIBILITY    SCOTT goggles are engineered to engage flawlessly with a variety of helmets.
  • UV PROTECTION    Every SCOTT lens is optically engineered to screen out 100% of harmful UVA /UVB rays.
  • REPLACING LENS IN GOGGLE FRAME  Remove old lens carefully and beginning at the temple area, insert the new lens into the frame lens slot. Continue around the frame, working the lens into the lens slot until you get to the nose area, where you will need to engage the lens keyholes into their respective frame retention posts.  Work from the nose toward the upper frame. You may have to stretch the frame slightly as you progress, while keeping the lens keyholes and frame post lined up properly.  When you think you are finished, check once more to make sure the entire lens is properly seated in the frame lens slot and all frame retention posts are fully engaged with the lens keyholes.
  • SCOTT's GOGGLE FIT SYSTEM    There is a mechanical adjustment located at the bottom of each side of the goggle, allowing you to choose between four positions to get a customized face and nose fit.
  • PRESCRIPTION GLASSES AND GOGGLES    (Over-The-Glasses) OTG goggles offer protection from the elements and an optimized fit for people requiring prescription glasses
  • GOGGLE CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE    With just a minimal amount of care, your SCOTT goggles will provide performance for years! 
    • To clean your goggle lens, wash it gently using dish soap and running water
    • Let the lens air dry or gently dab dry with a soft clean cloth
    • Avoid wiping the inside of the lens when wet as this may damage the NoFog™ Anti-Fog Lens Treatment
    • If the lens becomes scratched or severely impacted, take them to you local Scott dealer. 
    • Do not use no-fog cloths or no-fog solutions
    • Do not expose to chemicals or harsh detergents
    • Do not expose to extreme heat such as car dashboards or heater vents
    • Do not lay the goggles on the lens
    • Scratched lenses are not covered by warranty
    • Store dry goggles in a warm dry place