Snow goggles for skiing at a high altitude
A pair of new ski goggles that can be worn for an extended period of time and are made of a lightweight material are expected to be on the market in the coming months.
The Snow Goggles have been designed by the UK ski manufacturer Snow Goggle, which also makes the Snow-Tech Ski goggles and Snow G-Ski.
Snow Goggles are not for use by people with heart disease or those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
They are intended for skiing, snowboarding and snowboarding enthusiasts who are looking for an extra layer of protection.
Skier and snowboarder Brian O’Reilly, who has been skiing since the age of 14, said he was happy to see the ski goggles on the way.
“I’ve been wearing them since I was 15 and it’s been great for me,” he said.
“I get a bit of the wind, and it helps with that.”
Snow Goggle are currently selling the goggles in a number of countries, including Australia, Canada, the US, and Europe.
“They’re designed to be worn in the event of a very extreme event, like a snowboard jump or snowboarding in snow, and for people who can’t ski and snowboards,” the company said.
The goggles are made from lightweight carbon fibre, and are designed to fit snugly on the nose and forehead.
There are two layers of the goggles, with a second layer to protect the eyes.
While not designed for use as skis, the goggles also have a soft fabric lining for the ski-like movement.
After wearing them for a week or two, Mr O’Brien said he could now comfortably ski at about 12 metres (40ft) above the ground.
“It was really nice to be able to ski on it,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“My ski-making skill has improved a lot, but I still don’t feel comfortable skiing on it.”
So it’s a bit sore for me, but it’s not a problem.
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