The Inuit carved goggles from caribou antlers to help prevent snow blindness. and block the glare of the sun on the snow. The goggles were curved to fit the user’s face and had a large groove cut in the back to allow for the nose. A long thin slit was cut through the goggles to allow in a small amount of light, diminishing the amount of UV rays that get through. The goggles were held to the head by a cord made of caribou sinew.

The Inuit carved goggles from caribou antlers to help prevent snow blindness. and block the glare of the sun on the snow. The goggles were curved to fit the user’s face and had a large groove cut in the back to allow for the nose. A long thin slit was cut through the goggles to allow in a small amount of light, diminishing the amount of UV rays that get through. The goggles were held to the head by a cord made of caribou sinew.