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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-26-2009, 01:35 PM
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Gordini Virve goggles

Hey!
Has anyone ever used the Gordini Virve goggles?
I'm looking for a pair of good goggles that I can swap out a tinted lens and replace it with a clear one and these seem to support that. But if they suck and get foggy, I don't want to bother - obviously.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-26-2009, 02:49 PM
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lot of goggles are fairly easy to change the lense now, I have oakley's a frames and theyr super easy.

Just so you know that your not restricted to those.
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Honestly... you'll be happier with 2 sets of goggles. Get two ~$55 pairs and a plastic can of cat-crap instead of a $90 job with a spare lens.

Less stuff to mess with or lose, or scratch, and a lot faster when you switch for night sessions.

Its also handy if a friend is dumb and forgets his back at home (happened on my last trip).
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Which goggles do you guys recommend that would give me NO chance of fogging up? I went over the weekend and borrowed some goggles that fogged after 15mins and it ruined my day!

My goal:
- cheap(ish)
- NO FOG!
- Clear lens (I do a lot of night)
- Good for bright lens (for when I do go out in the day) - either separate pair or swappable lens.
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