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HunGJaI 01-16-2009 09:50 AM

Goggles
 
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I know they help protect your eyes...

But are the really high end ones any better then the lower end ones...

Beside the lens which have different features

Is something like this ok?

Thanks,

Gustov 01-16-2009 10:09 AM

those are absolutely not ok.

HunGJaI 01-16-2009 10:22 AM

HaHa,

Well, I thought goggles are just goggles :P

What should I be looking for...beside lens/good fit..?

I've read that sticky post on goggles...

legallyillegal 01-16-2009 10:31 AM

I'm not a fan of Bolle, but they make OK goggles.

How about these in your price range?

Smith Scope
Oakley Proven (make sure it's a dual-lens)
Gordini Ultra Vision

HunGJaI 01-16-2009 10:38 AM

Guessing sportmarts better choice then sportchek :)

hehe, I use to work for sportmart :P

I really don't want to spend too much on goggles, as long as it does not fog up and are comfty ill be happy.

I just started snowboarding don't need anything too crazy yet...

mijinkal 01-16-2009 10:44 AM

Go try some on and find a pair that fits you best. You'd be surprised on how much they vary. Lens quality is the same as sunglass quality. Do you want a $10 pair of sunglasses or do you want a $150 pair of oakleys? Personally, I always buy the higher end goggles, take care of them and they'll last you a while. I prefer the Smiths because of their frames and they make good lenses. A few of the goggles are now coming with extra lenses included wich is an excellent idea and should have come out years ago!

Gustov 01-16-2009 12:43 PM

any goggles are fine really. you basically get what you pay for. but like pretty much all products, the super expensive super high end goggles probably aren't worth the money.

jonnydanger 01-16-2009 01:21 PM

I have a few pairs of Bolles and I've always liked them. The vermillion gun lens on the pic is pretty good for a wide variety of sun levels too. Like others said, you can spend $150 on them, but then you have to worry about them. Get the $40 pair, or whatever the price that fits right, and don't worry about it when you throw them in the trunk and they get scratched cus they were only $40.

daniel5890 01-16-2009 05:01 PM

Keep an eye on whiskeymilitia.com
I got some Spy Zed goggles for $30 (reg $90) last week, and I just saw some Oakley ones for $35 down from something like $130 a few days ago.

Extremo 01-17-2009 07:18 AM

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Originally Posted by daniel5890 (Post 112038)
Keep an eye on whiskeymilitia.com
I got some Spy Zed goggles for $30 (reg $90) last week, and I just saw some Oakley ones for $35 down from something like $130 a few days ago.

Spy Soldiers the other day for $26 too.


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