If this is going to be your one and only goggle I would definitely recommend getting an Amber lens. Scratch resisting coating, anti-fog coating, and dual lenses are a must. Make sure it's comfortable and there are no gaps between you face and the goggle(Gaps usually happen in the nose area). If you wear a helmet make sure your goggle will fit with your helmet (Most goggle will fit anyway). Interchangeable lenses and Polarization are also nice. Otherwise buy the best goggle you can afford cause without anything covering your eyes is like torture running into snow flakes all the time. Also remember to never wipe the inside of your goggle.