3.2.1 What lens is best for me?
Lens tints are personal and the best choice for you may vary depending on the mountain, the point in the season or even day to day. Your local ski shop can help you determine the lens that will be best for your average day on the hill.
3.2.2 What lens is best for flat-light?
Lens tints are a personal preference but we have multiple lenses that excel in low light and flat-light situations. We recommend a lens with 40% or more light transmission in a tint you like. (NL-45, NL 40, Red Chrome, Light Sensitive or the Illuminator) Visit the Lens chart tab for your goggle to see what lens options are available for your goggle.
3.2.3 How should I care for my goggles?
With minimal care, your SCOTT goggles will provide maximum performance.
To clean your SCOTT goggle lens, wash gently using dish soap and running water.
Let the lens air dry or dab dry with a soft clean cloth. Avoid wiping the inside of the lens when wet as this may damage the No Fog™ Lens treatment. If the lens becomes scratched or severely impacted, see your authorized SCOTT dealer to purchase a replacement lens.
Do not use no-fog cloths or no-fog solutions.
Do not expose to chemicals or harsh detergents.
Do not expose to extreme heat (100° F) such as car dashboards or heater vents.
Do not lay the goggles on the lens.
Scratched lenses are not covered by warranty
Store dry goggles in a warm dry place.
3.2.4 Where can I buy replacement lenses?
Your local ski shop can order lens or might even have them in stock. Also www.prolens.com our online lens retailer.
3.2.5 How do you put a lens in a goggle frame?
Remove the old lens from the frame
Insert the new lens into the frame lens slot starting at the temple area. Continue working the lens into the frame lens slot along the nose. Now engage the lens keyholes into their respective frame retention posts, working from the nose toward the upper frame.
It may be necessary to stretch the frame slightly as you progress in order to keep the lens keyholes and frame post lined up properly.
Be sure the entire lens is properly seated in the frame slot and all frame retention posts are fully engaged with the lens keyholes.