Single lenses are the classic most cost effective option, mainly used by ski racers. The product is a single sheet of polycarbonate with a single colour tint, they have a slightly shorter lifespan than the double lens, and are only available in cylindrical form. Double lenses are more durable, have more color variations, and have stronger anti-fog properties. They are 2 different sheets of polycarbonate connected together by a foam spacer. The outside lens takes on the elements while the middle space serves as a thermal shield to ward off fogging.
Articles in this section
- What is the best lens for sunny/cloudy/foggy/night conditions?
- What’s the difference between Cylindrical Lenses and Spherical Lenses?
- What’s the difference between a Single Lens and Double Lens?
- Which lens should I get? | What does VLT% mean?
- How do I replace my lens?
- How do I change my goggle strap:
- How do I increase the life of my lenses (Sunglasses or Goggles)
- Are SHRED replacement lenses interchangeable between models?
- Do SHRED replacement lenses fit in other brand goggles?
- Do I get to pick my bonus lens?