Eye Protection—Goggles or Face Shield
- Protect you from hazards—branches, road debris, and insects—which can impair your vision and jeopardize your safety.
- Use gray-tinted eye protection on bright days, yellow-tinted on overcast days, and clear for night riding.
- Should be shatter-resistant and well-ventilated to prevent fogging.
- Keep eye protection scratch-free and fastened securely at all times.
- Purchase goggles with prescription lenses if necessary.
- Note: Sunglasses alone do not protect adequately. Use goggles or a face shield.
- Ideally, combine sunglasses and a helmet-mounted face shield, which also widens the field of vision and keeps your face warmer. Sunglasses reduce glare and enhance contrast for better vision. They also reduce harmful ultraviolet rays that are concentrated when sunlight reflects off snow.