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Originally Posted by S.Midd.92 View Post
to tell the truth i think those look pretty dope haha plain but sick
Yeah, I love these goggles, I got more than i was hoping for when I bought them... I just wanted something that will look nice and would get me through my first season on the slopes...

I was suprised with the quality of goggles (you can get these for 15$ on ebay auction... free shipping for USA), and anyway I though I'll probably end up shattering them sooner or later so I didn't want to spend too much money on something that could easily be messed up... Now when my only problem is not to catch heelside edge when doing toeside turns (I'm glad I bought a helmet before I invested in the goggles ) and I don't fall on my face too often I think it's time to get something with quality lenses...
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