The 10 Best ski goggles

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Downhill racer or rank amateur, the right eyewear makes all the difference on the mountain

1. Zeal Ion HD

£318, theopticshop.co.uk

These goggles feature a high-definition camera. The 170-degree wide-angle lens and in-goggle viewfinder allow you to film and star in your own sports films.

2. Anon M1

£179.99, freezeproshop.com

The curved lenses of these goggles mimic the curvature of the human eye, meaning you have fantastic peripheral vision and can take in the views from all directions.

3. Oakley Shaun White Signature Series Airbrake

£210, oakley.com

These come with two lenses which can be quickly changed according to the light using Oakley's Switchlock technology.

4. Bolle Y6 OTG

£69.99, snowandrock.com

These stylish and affordable goggles come with scratch-resistant light-sensitive lenses, anti-fog coating, helmet compatibility and contoured face foam for comfort.

5. Oakley Airwave

£500, oakley.com

These hi-tech goggles monitor your every move using GPS, Bluetooth and more, meaning you can find out exactly what the height, speed and air time of your stunts are.

6. Smith Junior Challenger OTG

£25, simplypiste.com

These children's goggles can fit over prescription glasses and have hypoallergenic face foam and anti-fog treatment.

7. Smith I/O

£159.99, snowandrock.com

These come with two mirror lenses and feature Vaporator lens technology. The dual-layer DriWix face foam means they will also sit very comfortably round your face.

8. Giro Chico Junior

£24.99, rxsport.co.uk

This is a very fashionable pair of children's goggles. The Chico range should fit snugly on both boys and girls aged two to five.

9. Spy Platoon

£119.99, rxsport.co.uk

The oversized lenses on these put maximum visibility first and the vertical and horizontal curve gives you multiple fields of view.

10. Adidas ID2 2013 Lus Fingerprint

£125, blisssnowboards.co.uk

This offering uses two-frame levelling and nanofoam to make sure you have the perfect fit.

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