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It is not always essential for a snowboarding enthusiast to have goggles. If weather conditions are good, visibility will not be reduced. However, even if there is no precipitation, protective eyewear can reduce glare to help the athletes see well.

If there is precipitation, goggles keep snow or sleet out of the athlete' s eyes. In addition, it is easy to wipe away collected snow from the eyewear after a good run. Goggles may fog up, but there are antifog solutions available for sale to help prevent this.

For athletes who wear eyeglasses is not recommended to use goggles on top of prescription eyewear. Instead, wear contact lenses and eyewear. It is also possible to have goggles that are custom made that comply with a prescription.

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