Sorry, quote, do you mean that these goggles you have linked to have a steaming up problem, or just using normal ones. DH also has a steaming up problem . He uses a similar system to the one you linked to, with cycling glasses, and just puts up with the steaming up (obviously less of an issue for an adult who skis competently).
[[http://www.uksportseyewear.co.uk/product.php/128/prescription-ski-goggles-mirror-lens these aren't to bad a price, the thing is when you combine googles and glasses the steaming up becomes an issue, quite distracting if you are learning.
Hi. Taking DC skiing for the first time soon. DS (8) wears specs and is v long sighted so cannot contemplate doing activity without wearing them. He wears prescription swim and sports goggles for all usual sporting activities.
I have heard of goggles that are big enough to go over the glasses but these seem expensive. I don't anticipate doing loads of skiing so I don't really want to fork out loads and of course, he is growing all the time. His sports goggles aren't suitable because they have no UV protection in them.
Any useful tips on where to start would be helpful. Clearly, I don't want to go too cheap and have flimsy/fogging up goggles for him but I don't want to spend a fortune either!