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ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007

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Thanks for visiting! This pair of Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007 is equipped with comfortable soft foam padding on the inside of the frames. Adjustable elastic head strap design of these antifog ski glasses make users mor...
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Specifications:


  • Lens of this pair of antifog ski glasses is anti-ultraviolet, shatterproof, dustproof, anti-fog, anti-pressure and scratch-proof
  • This pair of ski antifog ski glasses is equipped with comfortable soft foam padding on the inside of the frames
  • There is no doubt that such ski glasses goggles will make you outstanding in your skiing sports
  • Adjustable elastic head strap design of this pair of UV ski glasses make users more comfortable in ski or skate sports
  • This ski snowboard goggles will make you look so fashionable. There is no doubt that such ski glasses will make you outstanding in your skiing sports
  • Practical and stylish for all outdoor sports and activities  
  • Material: PC(lens)

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ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007
ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007
ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007
ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007


  • UV ski glasses completely block harsh glare, the effective protection of glasses to avoid eye injury or fatigue
  • Lens of this pair of antifog ski glasses is anti-ultraviolet, shatterproof, dustproof, anti-fog, anti-pressure and scratch-proof

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ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007


Skiing and Snowboarding Safety Precautions:

ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007

Skiing and snowboarding are increasingly more popular with each winter season. Following are tips to help you have a safe ski and snowboarding season.


Tips for before you go skiing or snowboarding:


  • Get into shape, don't ski yourself into shape.
  • Obtain proper equipment. Be sure to have your ski or snowboarding bindings adjusted correctly at a local ski shop.
  • When buying skiwear, look for fabric that is water and wind-resistant. Look for wind flaps to shield zippers, snug cuffs at wrists and ankles, collars that can be snuggled up to the chin, and drawstrings that can be adjusted for comfort and aid in keeping the wind out.
  • Dress in layers. Layering allows you to accommodate your body's constantly changing temperature. For example, dress in polypropylene underwear (tops and bottoms), which feels good next to the skin, dries quickly, absorbs sweat and keeps you warm. Wear a turtleneck, sweater and jacket.
  • Be prepared. Bring a headband or hat with you to the slopes; remember that 60% of heat loss is through your head. Wear gloves or mittens.
  • Wear sun protection. The sun reflects off the snow and is stronger than you think, even on cloudy days.
  • Always wear eye protection. Have sunglasses and goggles with you. Skiing and snowboarding are a lot more fun when you can see.

Tips for while you are on the slopes:


  • Take a lesson. The best way to become a good skier or snowboarder is to take a lesson from a qualified instructor.
  • The key to successful skiing/snowboarding is control. To have control, you must be aware of your technique, the terrain, and the skiers/snowboarders
  • around you. Be aware of the snow conditions and how they can change. As conditions turn firm, the skiing gets hard and fast. Begin a run slowly.
  • If you find yourself on a slope that exceeds your ability level, always leave your skis/snowboard on and side step down the slope.
  • The all-important warm-up run prepares you mentally and physically for the day ahead.
  • Drink plenty of water. Be careful not to become dehydrated.
  • Curb alcohol consumption. Skiing and snowboarding require your total mental and physical presence, neither mixes well with alcohol or drugs.
  • Know your limits. Stop before you become fatigued and, most of all have fun.

Code of Responsibility:


  • Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.
  • Always stay in control.
  • People ahead of you have the right of way.
  • Stop in a safe place for you and others.
  • Whenever starting downhill or margining, look uphill and yield.
  • Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  • Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.
  • Know how to use the lifts safely.

Skiers/Snowboarders Guide to Avalanche Safety:


  • Each person in your group should wear an avalanche beacon and know how to use it.
  • Probes used in conjunction with beacons, can be extremely helpful in locating a buried skier.

ENGSuper Female Windproof Anti-UV PC Ski Glasses Goggles YD1007


  • Remember a beacon will be of little help without a shovel. Be sure you carry a shovel as part of your gear. First and foremost, practice using your beacon. Time is of the essence in an avalanche rescue. The average victim has less than 30 minutes to be recovered alive. This means finding the victim and then digging through the snow to recover the victim. Practice by playing "hide and go peep" before each trip.
  • One person hides a transceiver, says, "whoops, I lost my transceiver in the snow somewhere over there." Then see how long it takes to recover it.
  • It is the responsibility of backcountry skiers to be prepared for any emergency. The ski patrol won't be there to rescue you. This means you must carry extra food, water, clothing, first aid supplies and any medications you might need.
  • Backcountry skiers also become lost. Always carry a map and compass. Pay attention to your surroundings, don't ski yourself into oblivion.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Pair of Ski Glasses Goggles
  • 1 x Glasses Cloth
  • 1 x Glasses Bag