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RockSteady 01-15-2013 06:06 PM

GOGGLE REVIEW: Quicksilver T-Rice Hubble
 
Goggle has cool style. The lense is a good all around lense but not perfect for anything. Comfortable and fits awesome with no helmet. The sides of the frame and lens are bent in for full 180 vision. Especially good when your landing those spins. They do fog a bit when hiking or sweating a lot. Overall a cool goggle if you can get a deal on these. This goggle did not fit with my Giro seam helmet or I'd keep them.

j1nftw1n 02-23-2013 04:08 AM

by any chance did you watch Art of Flight by mr. T Rice? He was sporting a pair of goggles that had angel wings on the straps and they were so slick! Any idea who makes them?!?!

RockSteady 02-23-2013 01:21 PM

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Originally Posted by j1nftw1n (Post 762986)
by any chance did you watch Art of Flight by mr. T Rice? He was sporting a pair of goggles that had angel wings on the straps and they were so slick! Any idea who makes them?!?!

T-rice definitely tries to have an original style. It would probably have to be quicksilver cause his goggle sponsorship is with them. He just gets to wear them way before theyre released

hoboken 03-06-2013 04:51 PM

I just got these goggles too and used them at Whiteface this past weekend. They do have a cool style and an awesome field of vision. They did fog a little at one point when I wore one of my facemasks (but many goggles do fog up when wearing a facemask). The lens is ok -agreed that it's a good overall lens but not perfect for anything. Another downside is that there are no replacement lenses :/ Size wise they did fit with my RED Theory helmet, but not as good as my Anons or Smiths do.

Overall I like them because of the great field of vision and cool look

Cindi 03-06-2013 05:01 PM

Sweet! But no replacemnt lenses.. Lammme

Cue 11-20-2013 06:29 PM

Anyone have any recent reviews or experience with these goggles? I want either the VZ fishbowls or these hubbles for the peripherals. I'm mostly concerned about fogging. There seems to be mixed reviews about them... I don't wear a mask and I'm up in Alberta where it can get pretty cold at times.

sj250 11-21-2013 11:45 AM

I bought a pair but haven't had a chance to use them yet. I'm heading to Louise for 3 days next weekend if you don't have any decent answers by then I'll check back in here.

Trey T 12-19-2013 03:05 PM

does quick silver hubble series have the widest field of view (FOV) comparing to other brands?

Can someone recommend some good goggle w/ wide FOV?

sj250 12-19-2013 03:10 PM

Between my Hubble and EG2's there is an extremely marginal difference just ever so slightly in favor of the Hubbles. Nothing you'd notice on the hill

hoboken 12-19-2013 11:24 PM

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Originally Posted by sj250 (Post 1354561)
Between my Hubble and EG2's there is an extremely marginal difference just ever so slightly in favor of the Hubbles. Nothing you'd notice on the hill

I somewhat agree with you, although the EG2's are bigger and bulkier than the Hubbles which aren't as (for lack of a better word) cumbersome. I have both and I do notice a difference on the hill.


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