There is an undeniable case for wearing eyewear while jet-skiing. It’s not just about protecting your eyes from UV rays; we also have to contend with sea-spray, airborne insects, and glare. For any fast-moving watersports, if there is a route for UV rays, light and sea-spray to get behind your lenses and into your eyes, it will be found.

When sunlight is reflected off a surface like water it can also lead to distracting and blinding glare, particularly when the sun is at a low angle. This not only makes life uncomfortable but it can also be hazardous particularly if you are moving at high speeds.

Wearing specialised glasses for jet ski solves all of these challenges. Polarised lenses cut out 99% of the glare and in so doing increase comfort and contrast. This in turn reduces eye fatigue, and a wrap style frame minimises the exposure of your eyes to UV radiation and sea-spray leaking into your eyes from the top, bottom and sides.


SKU: 2815
$ 144.00

Frame Colour: Mustard

Lens Base Colour: Brown

Mirror Colour: Multilayer Green

Light Transmission: 11.5%

Conditions: Bright / Sunny


SKU: 2846
$ 238.00

Frame Colour: Gloss Black

Lens Base Colour: Violet

Mirror Colour: Super Blue

Light Transmission: 11.8%

Conditions: Bright / Sunny


SKU: 2297
$ 131.00

Frame Colour: Gloss White

Lens Base Colour: Rose

Mirror Colour: Ice Blue

Light Transmission: 10.7%

Conditions: Very Bright

Jet Skiing Sunglasses Are a Watersports Must-Have

Good jet ski glasses should also offer reliable impact resistance by incorporating frame and lens materials that are designed to resist impacts, and lenses that remain clear and free from water-spotting.

We have addressed all of these challenges in our range of water sunglasses. They are a comfortable fit and provide an unhindered field of view, and also incorporate a patented venting system to reduce fog and heat build-up behind the lenses.

Two of our jet ski goggles, the Surge and Typhoon have a failsafe leash system to prevent against loss in the event of a wipeout, and the Flo model has a floating frame. And not only for jet skiing, Surge, Typhoon, and Flo are also a great sunglasses for wakeboarding, kayaking, surfing, and many more watersports.

All of our lenses, including those from leading manufacturer ZEISS, incorporate state of the art lens coating technology to keep your vision clear.

Improve your Jet Ski Performance with the Best Sunglasses

At LiP Sunglasses, we believe the human eye is one of nature’s greatest achievements. Such a small thing can judge colour, size, and depth. The sensitivity of the eye is its greatest strength – but also its greatest weakness. Bright sunlight is uncomfortable to look at and UV radiation causes cumulative damage to the eyes.

Even when it is cloudy, UV rays are harmful to our delicate eyes. Our jet skiing sunglasses will help shield your eyes from UV radiation, cut out reflected glare and hold eye fatigue at bay.

Addressing these challenges head-on through innovative design means that our jet ski goggles will lift your jet ski performance through increased awareness of your surroundings and reduced impairment to your vision.

We passionately believe in enjoying watersports with our eyes wide open, not half closed, squinting or watering. Set your sights higher by investing in our specialist jet skiing sunglasses.

Jet Skiing Sunglasses That Are Built to Last

Jet ski glasses need to be robust and built to withstand the harsh marine elements. Our watershades meet this essential requirement – which is why we offer a market-leading 3-years warranty.

Your choice of the perfect jet skiing sunglasses will depend on where you plan to use them and the nature of the local weather conditions. Atmospheric conditions may also affect the likelihood of your lenses fogging, so you may need to consider lenses which have an anti-fog coating.

We want to help you pick the perfect pair, so we have put together a detailed list of all our lenses so you can make the wisest choice.

We believe you shouldn’t have to suffer eye strain to see every detail on the water. With jet ski glasses, there’s no discomfort, only thrills, and if they don’t fit you can return them within 30 days of purchase.

Are your Jet-Ski goggles Polarized?

Do you need polarized lenses for jet-skiing? It’s certainly advisable. Polarization cuts out reflected glare, which can range from mildly distracting to totally blinding, depending on the time of day and your local environment. Glare gets progressively stronger as the sun arcs closer to the horizon – it can be especially strong in the hour before sunset. At these times, polarized jet ski goggles are exactly what you need because the polarization cuts out 99% of this reflected glare.

When you are moving at high speeds on a jet-ski, being able to see your surroundings clearly is vital. Being forced to squint or look away due to glare puts you and others at risk of a collision. By wearing jet ski goggles, polarized for maximum glare control, you will reduce the risk of an unexpected collision.

There’s another important benefit to polarized jet-ski googles –  which is that you can see through the water’s surface. When you are riding close to a reef or sandbar, you’ll want to know that the water is deep enough for your watercraft. It can also make for a magical experience if you can see a school of dolphins weaving beneath you as you ride off into the sunset.


Model / Functions Typhoon Surge Flo
UVA/B Protection Yes Yes Yes
Polarised Lenses? Yes Yes Some
Hydrophobic Coating? Yes Yes Yes
Oleophobic Coating? Yes Yes Yes
Hard Coating? Yes Yes Yes
Retention Leash? Yes Yes No
Floating Frame? No No Yes
Anti-fog Venting? Yes Yes No

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