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Key feature
BONES 700 are goggles with Optimal anti-fogging treatment equipped with a photochromic lens which changes hue depending on the UV. Visibility is excellent in all weathers.

2 colors

User benefits

Sun protection
100 % anti-UV, yellow to brown photochromatic lens that is ideal in all weathers
Optimal anti-fogging, double lens and ventilated frame
Field of vision
Spherical screen, wide horizontal and vertical field of vision
User comfort
Ergonomic double density foam and comfortable fabric
40 mm wide elastic, with a double strip of non-slip silicone
2 buckles for adjusting the length of the elastic
Shape suited to Wedze caps

Technical information

Lens : 60.0% Polycarbonate (PC), Lens : 40.0% Cellulose Acetate Frame : 100.0% Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) Elastic Band : 36.0% Rubber - Synthetic, Elastic Band : 33.0% Polyamide, Elastic Band : 31.0% Polyester (PES) Foam : 100.0% Polyurethane (PU)
All the Wed'ze products are tested in actual usage conditions for which they have been designed: in the snow, in the cold and in all the conditions you may find yourselves when skiing. The design teams, the product leaders, the engineers and the pattern makers ensure that the programme for which the product has been conceived and developed corresponds perfectly to its usage on the slopes.
Designed to :
The all-weather skier and snowboarder who are looking for anti UV, photochromic lens ski goggles.
2 years


Storage instructions
Advice:store the goggles in a Wed'ze case after use.

Features of the product

100% UV Protection
Because UV rays are harmful to the eyes, all our goggles are 100% ANTI UV with the EN 174 standard. The goggles are the best means of protection, they perfectly cover the eyes, preventing UV entry through reverberation
Optimal anti-fogging
The "OPTIMAL" anti-fogging is a dual ventilated lens with a treatment on the internal surface and lots of air vents on the frame that create air flow inside the ski goggles. To ensure the inside of the goggles are properly ventilated, you need to avoid blocking these air vents, for example with a neck warmer. Do not rub the inner surface of the lens but carefully dab the surface to preserve anti-fogging treatment as long as possible.
Dual ventilated screen
A goggle design with a dual ventilated screen reduces condensation. Indeed, the air trapped between the 2 lenses provides thermal insulation. Thanks to this, the thermal shock between the inside and outside of the goggles is slighter and slows down fogging on the inside of the goggle lens. The inner lens also has an anti-fogging treatment and is also ventilated by ventilation holes to ensure good air circulation.
Spherical screen
The spherical shape also provides the least distortion. The outer lens is made of polycarbonate, very resistant to impact whilst the inner lens is made of cellulose proprionate.
Compatibility with a ski helmet
All the Wedze ski goggles are designed to be perfectly compatible with the Wedze ski helmets.
40 mm-wide Polyamide, Polyester and rubber elastic, non-slip silicone strap
Microfiber pouch
Remember to protect your goggles and especially the screen from scratches before and after use, with the Wedze microfibre case. This case also cleans the lenses and the material is perfect for maintaining them without causing any scratches. The thermocompressed case is ideal to store your goggles and protect them from crushing in your bag when skiing.
Flash coloured screen
A coloured coating on the outer face of the screen of the ski goggle (called coloured Flash) reduces the % of the light transmission arriving to the eye, which means less glare and a greater visual clarity in light conditions
Photochromic lens
The photochromatic lens darkens mainly due to Ultra-Violet radiation. The shade will lighten or darken throughout the day on the slopes depending on UV rays.
EN 174 Standard
The EN 174 is a European standard for goggles used for eye protection when practising alpine skiing or similar activities such as snowboarding.
Avoiding condensation
Humidity causes the formation of fog. It is therefore best to avoid saturating the foam, for example by placing ski goggles over damp helmets or hats. Falling face down in the snow can also cause your goggles to fog up. That's why you should dry your ski goggles all night to remove all traces of damp and go skiing with perfectly dry goggles the next day.
2 sizes
The goggles are selected based upon the head size Select size S for a size below 55 cm (or formerly S/M), from 56 cm, select L (or formerly L/XL)

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