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Snow Lens Guide

Daytona Snow Lens Guide:

Choosing The Right Goggle And Lens Combination Is Just As Important As Choosing The Right Helmet.  That's Why We Created A Snow Lens Guide To Assist In Identifying Goggle And Lens Differences So You Can Select The Best Ones For Your Adventure!

Daytona Lens Guide: Shapes

Daytona Offers Snow Goggles And Lenses In Two Different Shapes: Spherical And Cylindrical.  The Scope Goggle Has A Cylindrical Lens Shape And Can Be Switched Out With Our Scope Replacement Lenses.  The Range Goggle Has A Spherical Lens Shape And Can Also Be Switched Out With Our Range Replacement Lenses

Cylindrical Lens:

A Cylindrical Lens Curves On The X-Axis Only, Giving It A Curved And Vertically Flat Look.  These Have A Low-Profile Design That Some Say Has A Retro Feel.  


  • Cylindrical Lenses Allow Riders To Have A Wide Range View With A Less Distorted Peripheral Vision.
  • They Are Low-Profile, So They Will Fit Almost Every Helmet!

Spherical Lens:

A Spherical Lens Curves On Both The X-Axis And Y-Axis, Giving It A Bubble Look.  This Type Of Lens Mimics The Shape Of A Human Eye, Allowing It To Be More Optically Correct.  


  • Spherical Lenses Provide Broad Views With Little Distortion And Glare.
  • The Design Of The Lens Is Less Prone To Fogging.
  • The Spherical Shape Helps The Eye Focus And Won't Cause Strain.
Daytona Lens Guide: Tints

The Tint Of The Lens Is What Allows Riders To See Better Or Worse In Different Conditions.  That Is Why It Is Important To Have Lenses In Different Tints And More Importantly Pair Them With The Correct Condition. 

VLT (Visible Light Transmission):

VLT Is The Amount Of Light That Can Travel Through The Lens To Your Eye.  The Higher The Percentage, The More Light That Can Pass Through.  The Lower Percentage, The Less Light That Can Pass Through.  Lenses With High VLT's Are For Lower Light Conditions Like Cloudy.  Lenses With Low VLT's Are For Higher Light Conditions Like Sunny. 

Sunny Partly Cloudy Overcast
Our Mirror Lens Is Great For Sunny, Bright Conditions. Our Blue Lens Is Great For Mid Light Conditions Like Partly Cloudy. Our Orange Lens Is Great For Low Light Conditions Like Overcast.
VLT = 4% VLT = 15% VLT = 35%





Each Lens Has A Colored Tint That Has A Certain VLT Percentage.  Platinum, Black Or Red Tints Are For Brighter, Sunny Conditions.  Blue, Green Or Rose Tints Are For Mid Light Conditions Like Partly Cloudy.  Yellow, Amber Or Orange Tints Are For Low Light Conditions Like Cloudy.  Some Lenses Have A Mirror Coating Over Their Tint Color To Reflect Light, Reduce Glare And Prevent Squinting.

Daytona Scope Lens:

  • Mirror Tint- 4% VLT, Sunny Conditions.
  • Blue Tint, Mirror Coated- 15% VLT, Partly Cloudy.
  • Orange Tint, Mirror Coated- 35% VLT, Overcast Conditions.

Daytona Range Lens:

  • Mirror Tint- 4% VLT, Sunny Conditions.
  • Blue Tint, Mirror Coated- 15% VLT, Partly Cloudy.
  • Orange Tint, Mirror Coated- 35% VLT, Overcast Conditions.
Daytona Lens Guide: Features And Treatments

All Of Our Snow Lenses Are Curated With Advanced Technologies Within The Coatings And Resurfacing To Provide The Clearest Visibility.  This Is A Crucial Step To Our Production Process To Create High-Quality Lenses That Solve Every Issue.


  • Double-Layered For Fog Prevention.
  • Polycarbonate Injection Molded.
  • Magnetic For A Quick Swap.


  • UV Protective Coating For Harmful UV Rays.
  • Polarized Lens To Eliminate Glare And Prevent Eye Fatigue (Mirror Lens).
  • Anti-Scratch Coated.
  • High-Definition Resurfacing For Sharp Vision.
  • REVO Mirror Coating.

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