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NAKED Optics stands for high-quality at NAKED prices. We offer affordable ski & snowboard goggles with UV400 mirrored lenses. In cooperation with athletes and snow sports professionals, new models are tested and developed in Austria and constantly adapted to the needs of winter sports enthusiasts.
Which lens colour is suitable for which weather condition?
The SnapTech Magnet System allows the lenses to be changed within seconds. The interchangeable lenses differ based on the tint and visible light transmission (VLT). This means, with the right lens, you can be assured you will have the best vision possible in any weather condition. Whether it's sunny, cloudy, snowy or night time, we have a lens for you. To learn which lenses are the best for which conditions read our NAKED Optics Ski & Snowboard Goggle Lens Guide.
Ski and Snowboard Goggles for Specs-Wearers
If you wear glasses, finding the right ski & snowboard goggles can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. Have you heard of OTG? OTG stands for Over-the-Glasses, meaning you can wear your ski goggles atop your prescription glasses. OTG ski goggles come equipped with side cut-outs to accommodate your specs. Now, you can enjoy your day, hassle-free with clear and fog-free vision. We offer a line of OTG ski goggles just for you: The STORM OTG and The TROOP OTG.
Goggle and Helmet Compatibility
Unsure of whether NAKED Optics goggles will fit with your helmet? It is important to find the right helmet to fit your helmet for safety purposes and also to look the part. Read our blog post on goggle and helmet compatibility where we put popular helmets to the test.
Our team is also responsible for the eye-catching and trendy styles and designs. Unsure of which strap, we have interchangeable straps to suit your every mood. We work hard to keep you looking unique on the mountain, making sure we are setting the trend not following the trend. Winter sports enthusiasts are not only rocking the NAKED Optics products in Austria, but also in Sweden, Japan, New Zealand and NOW Australia.