Best Smith lens for NW conditions?
I'm looking for a lens for my goggles. I think I actually have it narrowed down to these: the sensor mirror or the gold sensor mirror. Has anyone used both of them? I'm in Washington state, so I ride in overcast, gray, flat light most of the time.
I've used the sensor mirror before, and loved it. It seems to help define the features in most conditions. It also seemed to perform well for me when we had clear skys with some sun. There was some glare, but I wasn't squinting. Does anyone know how the gold sensor compares? Smith's description is so similar, except they describe the sensor with max color definition with depth perception in flat light and the gold enhances color definition with depth perception in low light. Any thoughts? Here's the Descriptions:
Sensor Mirror: Light rose base lens tint with a multi-layer mirror maximizes color definition and increases depth perception in varying levels of flat light conditions. 70% VLT
Gold Sensor Mirror: Light rose base lens tint with a multi-layer Gold Sensor Mirror enhances color definition and increases depth perception in varying levels of low-light conditions. 70% VLT.
Also, does anyone know how a normal vented Smith lens works in a turbo fan goggle? Do the two technologies work against each other? thanks for any help.