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|02-17-2012 08:45 AM|
Sta ima Muki? (What's up Muki - for those that don't understan Bosnian )
I have no clue about this brand (this is the first time I hear of it), but I can tell you that these reminds me of the brand Siberia I've stumbled upon on ebay, while looking for a cheap (but quality) entry level goggles.
SIBERIA SKI SNOWBOARD GOGGLES ANTI FOG DOUBLE LENS S79 | eBay
They are excellent for the price (though, there use to be a lot more different models with variety of lenses at the start of the season)but based on what I can see on pics and by comparing them to few Siberia models I got my hands on, Optic Nerve goggles are just flashier in colors and I just don't think they would give you better peripheral vision you're looking for. Maybe I'm wrong, but that was my initial thought. Hope somebody that actually wore these can prove me wrong cause they are really cheap and look better than Siberia
|02-16-2012 01:55 PM|
|LuckyRVA||yeah I figured that was too much of a coincidence.|
|02-16-2012 01:54 PM|
|Muki||Got the same email..that is why I'm asking..only $40 so might do some experimentation of my own.|
|02-16-2012 01:53 PM|
I don't anything about the brand. But, I did just get an email from the clymb that these were 50% off.
The Clymb | The Gear You Need. Up to 70% Below Retail.
|02-16-2012 01:48 PM|
Optic Nerve Colubmine
Anyone have any opinions on these, or the company in general? Only seems to be one thread on this site..with no replies XD.
I'm looking for something that will give me some better peripheral vision, the ones I have currently limits my field of vision.
I'm also wondering what lens should I be looking with my goggles if I want as a natural sight as possible with these, or any in general. I ride mostly nights so I don't need a tinted lens, just one to protect me from the winds and what not.