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    Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 6:20am
Hi, Recently spent 10 days in NZ and i absolutely HATED my goggles.

Not 100% sure on the model but they are just some basic scott ones.

The problems i had were: when it was cloudy i couldnt see crap they fogged up, and it was just generally gay.

when it was overly sunny i couldnt see anything either, too bright etc. also they were quite small so my field of view wasnt very good.

just wondering which goggles you guys use and what you would recommend.

note im going to canada next year if that changes things?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 8:46am
electrics all the way... good price and high quailty
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 8:49am
If you have smaller face, I'd go with Oakley A frame.

If you have bigger face. Smith I/O isnt bad. Look more into it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:15am
I strongly recommend Smith's goggles.
They are great.
I have Fuse's and Im very pleased with them.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:31am
Oakley's are far superior in optical quality to almost anything else. Between the A-Frame, Crowbars, and Splices, you should be able to find a frame that fits well.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:34am
i agree the smiths are pretty good and gotta love the warranty
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:40am
Oakley splice and the Electric EG2 have the best field of vision but if you have a small face they're not for you. Ashbury's are good too and less expensive.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:40am
Originally posted by wpiass

i agree the smiths are pretty good and gotta love the warranty
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:48am
Oakleys makes one of the best goggles on the market, electrics and smith are good too but if you dont want it to fog up make sure it has anti-fog tech, also make sure u try it on before u buy it to know if its comfortable or not.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:52am
crowbars are really cheap on ebay right now, the splice arent too bad either
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 10:07am
I have some dragon goggles and absolutely love them, they look sick too
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 10:08am

I have a pair of smiths that are super awseome (comfiest goggles eva) and they dont fog. 

Im sure oakleys are good also. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 10:14am
Originally posted by Scorer099

Oakley's are far superior in optical quality to almost anything else. Between the A-Frame, Crowbars, and Splices, you should be able to find a frame that fits well.
 
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If you have a smaller face then id go with the A-Frames.  The Splice's and Crowbars are for medium to large faces and are my favorite goggles that i own...by far.  Oakleys optics are second to none.
 
OP, the reason you may have had trouble seeing with your current goggles might be because of the lens color you were using and not the quality.  Different lens colors transmit different amounts of light so certain lenses are better for day/night riding.
 
I prefer persimmon for day riding, and high intensity yellow for night time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 2:14pm

Last year I've been riding with Anon Realm and Figments. Realm was a comfortable goggle, Figment was meh; but considering that every face is unique you should take such advices with a pinch of salt. Recently I've bought a couple of Von Zipper Feenoms. Their field of view (FOV)  is considerably better than Anon Realms which also have spherical lenses. So if you have a larger face and looking for a better FOV I recommend Feenoms.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 2:50pm

i'm not much of a goggle fanatic and haven't really cared about what goggle was on my face as long as the lens was a decent color for the light. With that said, last december I bought some anon realms with the blue solex lens. For me, these were truely a quiver killer of a goggle/lens combo. Flat light, snowing, sun, variable... i loved em for all conditions. Screen shot of said goggle on my face. my face in your face.

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 2:54pm
My favorite pairs of goggles right now are made by Smith and Zeal.  I think there are plenty of great brands/products out there though - with goggles, you kind of just have to pay a bit more to make sure you get the better lens and the anti-fog system.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 3:05pm
Originally posted by Peekaboo

If you have smaller face, I'd go with Oakley A frame.

If you have bigger face. Smith I/O isnt bad. Look more into it.

I tried Smith I/O. Truly great fit for a bigger face.  Lens is spherical. Actually the goggle comes with two lenses Igniter mirror and sensor which really cover you for different visibility conditions. Lens change is simple and fast so you would be able to do it on spot between your runs.

Scott goggles are mostly affordable so expectations from them should not be too high - you get what you pay for.

Other goggles to look at Oakley, Von Zipper, Anon.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 3:23pm
I also had a cheapo scotts googles as my first which the vision was too small and it fogged up at times and is now collecting dust.

I currently am using the addidas burnas which did a great job for me on my last trip. no fogging, great vision and with the ignitor lens did not fail to give me great vision and fit over my helmet well.

waiting for my smiths phenoms should be coming tmr from sierra. I tried them on a while ago and loved the feel, fit and vision.

I suggest you read up some reviews and then try them on to make your final decision before you buy.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 3:32pm
Go with whatever fits you  best. Having said that, Oakley lenses are hard to beat. I love the fire iridium lens in a wisdom frame - even used them on cloudy days w/ no problem. I think the wisdoms may have been discontinued this year - replaced by the splice, maybe. I also have the dragon mace and von zipper dojo - the wisdoms fit me the best out of the three, and have the best lens hands down.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 7:46pm
anon figments do the trick but visual field is so so
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 8:08pm
A lot depends on what fits your face, but electric and oakley are both very solid brands for goggles.  Find a pair that fits you.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 8:40pm
whoa those anon realms are super sick looking. I've been looking for a good pair of goggle that can work in many different lightings.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 8:44pm
Oakley crowbars are the way to go. I picked some up in Colorado this season to replace the shitty scott ones my dad bought me years ago, and I love them.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:01pm
the smith phenoms are a pretty good steal, back when sierra had a huge selection it was like 30 bucks for a pair of legit goggles
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:01pm
okay so say i get a pair of oakley ones (obv havent been to try them on so not 100% on which model or anything yet)

how many different lenses do you guys all have?

what do you need to cover you on
a) sunny days
b) snowing days
c) generally overcast days

i <3 the look of the oakley a-frames, and i have quite a small face so that might be on the card
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 9:07pm
Black Iridium and Pink Iridium are really all you need if you want to have multiple lenses. If i had to pick only one oakley lens it would be pink iridium. They are a good low light lens and although slightly bright on bluebird days they aren't overwhelming by anymeans. Although how each person's eyes react to different lens and conditions is going vary some. Just remember this, the Persimmon lens sucks ass, that is about the only lens from oakley that i despise, but it is also their cheap lens too.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 10:24pm
Originally posted by Peekaboo

If you have smaller face, I'd go with Oakley A frame.

If you have bigger face. Smith I/O isnt bad. Look more into it.


Thanks, I'll look into that as my next set of goggles! 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 10:56pm
can other people confirm that pink iridium are amazing?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by scottkUMA

can other people confirm that pink iridium are amazing?
 
Yes the pink iridium are a great choice.  If you go to Oakley's website you can view what most of their lenses look like in different conditions.  Cool feature.
 
I still rock persimmon for average light riding and i like them a lot.  But pink iridium are solid as well.  High intensity yellow are my favorite lenses for night riding.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 11:20pm
Spend some cash and get some anons with mirrored lenses, they work well in all lights and never fog up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2010 at 11:22pm
Just try on a couple of dozens different goggles and make sure they fit your face.

This is an article that will give you an idea on what to think about when choosing a goggle. It covers all important points.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 5:01am
that article was quite helpful.

anyone had any experience with the High Intensity Yellow Lense from Oakley?
theyre meant to be the best for low visibility conditions arent they?

fire iridium lenses look sick :o
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 5:25am
I had a cheaper pair of scotts a few years back. They had the same problem with fogging. I replaced them with a pair of elcetric EG1's. The electrics are great goggles that i've had zero problems with. They come with two lenses which was nice. Last year I picked up a pair of crowbars. They are a really quality product and seem to fit my face better than the electrics. The oakleys fit really nicely with my helmet. Both are solid choices I would recommend.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 7:49am
Originally posted by scottkUMA

that article was quite helpful.

anyone had any experience with the High Intensity Yellow Lense from Oakley?
theyre meant to be the best for low visibility conditions arent they?

fire iridium lenses look sick :o


Any sort of sun and the hi yellows are atrociously bright.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 8:01am
i have the oakley a-frames which are good goggles with good peripheral vision on them but they are a bit small for my face and on my nose so id say go with the splices or the crowbars.. rite now i am currently using the spy soldiers and they are amazing as well :D
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 8:05am
Originally posted by brett.howard1

i have the oakley a-frames which are good goggles with good peripheral vision on them but they are a bit small for my face and on my nose so id say go with the splices or the crowbars.. rite now i am currently using the spy soldiers and they are amazing as well :D


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 8:43am
Originally posted by Scorer099


Originally posted by brett.howard1

i have the oakley a-frames which are good goggles with good peripheral vision on them but they are a bit small for my face and on my nose so id say go with the splices or the crowbars.. rite now i am currently using the spy soldiers and they are amazing as well :D
Because what fits for you is going to fit the same for him! Great Advice

thank you :) i was just saying that the a-frames are a smaller fit. thats all i was trying to get across... the splices and crowbars are bigger.. simple facts..
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 3:51pm
scorer are they good in low light/when its snowing though?
after how fkn bad it was last time id probably be willing to go for 2 lenses if there no like, one-stop-shop to lenses!

in that case would like, fire iridium and HI Yellow have me covered?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 4:44pm
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scorer are they good in low light/when its snowing though?
after how fkn bad it was last time id probably be willing to go for 2 lenses if there no like, one-stop-shop to lenses!

in that case would like, fire iridium and HI Yellow have me covered?


Pink is great for overcast/snow days.
Fire Iridium is sick looking for sure, and great on pure sun days, but any cloud coverage or snow makes them pretty sucky.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 4:46pm
scott aint good. oakley crowbars! the thing is the replacement lenses are edpensive as hell. electric eg2s are good as well.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 5:38pm
is pink > yellow for overcast crappy vision days?

would pink be okay in the sun?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 5:44pm
I prefer my pinks over my yellows for everything but night riding.

Pinks are a little bright in sun, but nothing to drastic.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/25/2010 at 6:24pm
i have a pair of anon figments with blue solex mirror lenses that i have worn in snow storms, overcast, and sunny days and never had a problem with them. Have never had them fog up and find the lenses to work very well in all conditions.
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Definitely take a look at Zeal - I love my polarized lenses, and the photochromatic lenses are sick!
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idk about everyone else, but like my boots, i tried on a buzillion pairs to see what company fit me the best.
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Thanks for this question! Has helped heaps. Main question now - is it possible to buy from the internet or is it pertinent to try them on before you buy? Thanks :-)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2010 at 4:13am
I bought my zeals from overstock and it was super easy to ship and they fit perfectly. Most goggles are one size fits all or specifically made for smaller faces. it pretty much wheather you have a large head or not.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2010 at 4:17am
Originally posted by Scorer099

Black Iridium and Pink Iridium are really all you need if you want to have multiple lenses. If i had to pick only one oakley lens it would be pink iridium. They are a good low light lens and although slightly bright on bluebird days they aren't overwhelming by anymeans. Although how each person's eyes react to different lens and conditions is going vary some. Just remember this, the Persimmon lens sucks ass, that is about the only lens from oakley that i despise, but it is also their cheap lens too.
 
I totally agree, the Pink Lens rocks plain and simple.  Some people will not like them because they aren't reflective but when you can see pretty much every detail in the mountain as you're riding down who cares.  Black Iridium is also a really nice lens for bright days.  The thing with Oakley, their replacement lenses are almost as much as getting a new pair of goggles, so get the lens you want right off the bat, don't buy a set with permission and hope to score a better deal on the lens.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2010 at 4:30am
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The thing with Oakley, their replacement lenses are almost as much as getting a new pair of goggles, so get the lens you want right off the bat, don't buy a set with permission and hope to score a better deal on the lens.


yeah, a lot of times if you want another lens, it's almost cheaper to just get a whole other set, especially used

and don't forget that if you get snow on the inside of your oakleys, DON'T wipe them. just sort of dump out the snow or blot it gently with the cloth case that comes with the goggles, and then let them dry out on their own. otherwise it messes up the anti-fog stuff
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/26/2010 at 5:09am
Oakley crowbars are great goggles i have a pair and love them
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