As your Mini-You is learning to ski/snowboard/sled/snowblade he or she should not be deprived of the magical gift of eyesight. We, as humans, use it quite a bit. Dragon designed the Lil D Kids' Goggle so Pumpkin wouldn't be flailing blindly down the slope. The virtually indestructible polyurethane frame will last long enough to find its way into the closet to pop out years later so the fam can sit around and say 'aw, you were so cuuuute!' The anti-fog lens ensures all-day vision, and the helmet compatible means Li'l Dumpling won't have any excuse to remove the brain bucket.
I would love to say I kept these but had to return. These would be great for kids under 8 years-old or so but they are too small for anyone over 9. My son (a small 9-year-old) said the foam was too close too his eyes. I agree - they are more curved and smaller than the Smith Jr. series goggles I bought for his sister. They seem to be great quality though. If you have a toddler starting off these would be perfect.