It's hard to ski well when you have to constantly squint to keep the wind and falling snow out of your eyes. Our suggestion? Get some ski goggles. And no, your sunglasses won't cut it, unless you plan to spend the rest of your days skiing on the bunny hill. With plenty of big-name options like Smith and Julbo, you know you'll be covered with high-tech lenses including both polarized and photochromic designs. And, of course, the unique styles are enough to pair well with your new ski kit, so you don't have to skimp on style for safety.