OTG - Over The Glasses: This model of goggles are designed to allow the user to wear their prescription glasses and the goggles at the same time. Large eyeglass frames sometimes fit less elegantly, but pretty much all glasses are compatible with this goggle. OTG goggles are great even for those without glasses, the larger frame size provides great field of vision.
Double Layer Lens: These goggles have a double layer lens, designed to reduce or eliminate the 'fogging' inside the goggles when there are quick changes in temperature. A layer of foam along the edge cushions the lenses for durability and to get a little bit of air and moisture movement.
Helmet compatible: The strap is longer to fit around helmets, as well as hats, without stretching it to the max. Helmet compatible goggles also try to place the adjustment clips off center to not interfere with goggle clips that are on the back of most helmets. The shape of the frame also sits well with most brands of helmets.
Scott Lens Types: Scott has a variety of Lens types, we list them in order from most reflective (letting in the least light for most sun protection) to least reflective (for optimal visibility when light is at a premium)
Chrome: Maximum reflection, perfect for sunny days not acceptable for night skiing or extreme clouds or snow.
Amplifier: Standard lens for most all conditions still probably not acceptable for night skiing.
Lite Amplifier: Low light conditions lens for when the sun isn't shining, perfect for snowy cloudy days, acceptable for night skiing but not optimal.
Night Amplifier: Specifically for night skiing and very low light conditions.
Clear: No light exclusion, a fantastic choice for night skiing or when UV protection is not required. When worn over protective eyewear with it's own sunlight protection this is the perfect lens.