Before using your new goggles, carefully read this manual.
Safety and Testing
These goggles are CE marked, meaning that they comply with the Personal Protective Equipment Regulation (EU) 2016/425. European standard EN 174:2001 – “Personal eye protection – Ski goggles for downhill skiing” has been used for evaluation.
All Rovfluga goggles have interchangeable lenses. Please see specific information for each lens at flugasports.com
Cat 0 – Snowy, foggy, and overcast conditions, or sunset/nighttime use
Cat 1 – Cloudy weather and low light conditions
Cat 2 – Sunny and partially cloudy conditions
Cat 3 – Bright and sunny conditions
Cat 4 – Extremely bright and sunny conditions
Rovfluga lenses have a sandwich construction with a lens (with or without mirror coating), a gasket, and an inner anti-fog lens. The inner lens has an anti-fog treatment. Never rub or use any soap or solvents on the inner lens to preserve its anti-fog properties.
Some fogging may still occur with extreme temperature changes – such as moving from indoors to outdoors.
Storage, Use and Maintenance
Rovfluga goggles are designed for snow sports (skiing and snowboarding). They are not intended to be worn on the road or when driving.
The lenses provide 100% UVA, UVB, UVC protection.
Rovfluga will protect you from snow, wind and sun while skiing and snowboarding. The goggles do not offer heavy impact protection.
Always store your Rovfluga goggles in the supplied pouch and in the protective paper tube when not in use. Keep them away from excessive heat.
Damaged or scratched lenses must be replaced immediately.
How to Assemble the Goggles
(Video instruction below)
1. Installing the strap
2. Lens orientation
Leave the protective film, inside of lenses, in place during the installation process. Remove the film after step 3f.
3. Installing the lenses
4. Removing the lenses
How to Adjust the Strap
Goggles and Strap: The goggle frame, strap and pouch can all be cleaned using lukewarm water and a mild soap if necessary.