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Goggles for night boarding?

Do you guys wear your goggles for night boarding? Just wondering because I tried wearing my Spy Soldiers with a bronze tint, and it made the trail look alot darker than it should. I'm wondering if you guys recommend buying some goggles with a clear lens, like spy goggles made for MX, or if that's just a waste of money.
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Clear or Yellow works best at night. DEFINATELY no bronze or any other darker tints. I pop some yellow lenses in my Oakley A Frames for night boarding.
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I usually don't wear goggles @ night unless it's windy or actually snowing but the yellow ones are the ones to rock!
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Hey, thanks for the reply. I was gonna go out and buy those Spy alloys they have on spyoptic so I wouldnt have to switch the lense out, but I'm starting messing with the lense on my Spy Soldiers, and it's not that hard to pull out. But since I bought these googles off WM, the prices for lenses seem to be the same as the price of the goggles, hehe. Do you guys recommend any sites that sell lenses?
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carne_asada - Yea, I've tried riding without goggles at night, but since I'm still pretty new, I face planted, and ice on the face is a nasty feeling, hehe. So I'm more comfortable with riding with something covering my eyes.
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