In the spirit of the 2018 Winter Olympics, we decided to rate our top favorite sports that require eyewear. As producers of the best (and only) four season anti-fog solution, you bet we follow the sports that require the best athletes in the world to see safely at all times. Check out our list of the four most exciting sports that require fog-free eyewear!
1.) Cross Country Skiing: We’re not biased or anything, but we find Cross Country Skiing to be the best of all the sports because our close friend and brand ambassador Andy Newell is a FOUR-time Olympian medalist in it. Working hand in hand with Andy, we know well what it takes to make it in this sport. We also know that without the most effective gear, he would not be able to get to where he needs to be. Find out more about Andy here!
2.) Bobsledding: This was a no-brainer for us… Ever heard of a little film called Cool Runnings? Yessss, we used to watch it over and over again as kids. (yes, collectively) The thought of getting in a box on skates and sliding down a Shute at top speed never ceases to amaze us. And you bet your ass you have to see clearly – someone needs to steer!
3.) Luge: While this sport does not necessarily look the most comfortable to us, you probably still want to be able to see as you FLY down the track! If you’re in the driver seat, you don’t want the wind and your own breath fogging up your lenses, right? Not at 90 miles an hour! It would be smart to have Sven Can See® there to prevent that.
4.) Snowboarding: An oldie but a goodie. Snowboarding and the Olympics go together like pancakes and chocolate chips. (It’s a thing, don’t @ us!) Dropping off moguls and careening around corners, an Olympian should really be able to see through their visors so they don’t end up in the judges’ laps (unless they think it might help…).
Inquiring minds want to know: what is YOUR favorite sport to watch at #PyeongChang? Comment below to let us know!