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Proper Fitting Boys ski goggles

Problems with Boys ski goggles typically boil down to two primary issues: poor fit and/or bad lenses. Before we delve into the problem of lens choice, lets discuss how to properly fit your Boys ski goggles. If you are the type of person who goes into a shop and simply points to a goggle behind the glass because it matches your apparel, that is OK. We have all done this once in our life, in one form or another. However, if that is what you intend to do, lets adjust this situation so they not only match your apparel, but they also fit your face. For starters, goggles only come in two sizes: adult and junior. For the most part, this is pretty straight forward. But in case you are on the fence about whether you will need an adult or junior goggle, here is the general rule. At age 13 is when most kids will make the switch from junior to adult goggles. If you are in a store, you can always try both sizes on to see which is best. However, if you are shopping online, you can follow this rule as your general guideline. With that clarified, we can now outline how to properly fit Boys ski goggles.

When Wearing a Hat

If you wear a hat a properly fitted goggle should: - Fit comfortably on your face with no pressure points. - Form a soft, but snug seal on your face. If any holes exist in the seal between your face and your Boys ski goggles this will allow air to fill your Boys ski goggles, causing your eyes to water. If this occurs, you may as well not wear your Boys ski goggles because it basically defeats the purpose of wearing then in the first place. - Have a band/strap which closes tightly around the back of your head keeping the Boys ski goggles snug against his or her face.

When Wearing a Helmet

If you child plans on wearing a helmet fitted Boys ski goggles should: - Fit comfortably on your face with no pressure points. - Form a soft, but snug seal on your face. If any holes exist in the seal between your face and your Boys ski goggles this will allow air to fill your Boys ski goggles, causing your eyes to water. If this occurs, you may as well not wear your Boys ski goggles because it basically defeats the purpose of wearing them in the first place. - Have a band/strap that is large enough to fit comfortably around the back of your helmet without causing the band/strap or the frame to stretch out and become distorted in shape. If this occurs the Boys ski goggles will not be snug on his or her face. Keep in mind that Boys ski goggles straps always go around the outside of your helmet, not around your head inside your helmet. - Form a tight seal between the top of your Boys ski goggles and the brim of your helmet. This may be the most important item to remember because it can prevent two critical things: - Brain Freeze: If your Boys ski goggles allow for even a small part of your forehead to show while you are cruising down the slopes, you will quickly begin to feel like you ate an ice cream cone too fast. - Gaper Gap: Gaper Gap is the technical term for a gap that exists between the top of your Boys ski goggles and the brim of your helmet. For those concentrated on their ski or snowboard look, this is a big fashion no-no. Trust us when we say that people will routinely snicker in the lift lines if you go with this goofy choice of style. If you are asking yourself, what does all of this mean? Allow us to provide a brief synopsis. All of the preceding information means that before you go and buy those Boys ski goggles simply because they match your ski or snowboard apparel, take them out of the box and try them on. They may match, but if they do not fit, you are just throwing money away. If you typically wear a helmet when skiing or snowboarding, bring it to the store with you, or use one that is in the store. This will allow you to get the most accurate assessment in respect to the fit of the Boys ski goggles. If you are purchasing online, try your Boys ski goggles on when they arrive. If you wear a helmet, try them on with your helmet. If they fit, that is great. If not, then send them back and exchange for another. Remember that the best Boys ski goggles will always be the one that fits the best, guaranteed.
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