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02-10-2014 09:04 AM
ICary
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Originally Posted by JVee View Post
I think its called the Flightdeck. Description says its photocromic and 50% polarized. Its quite possible this goggle might pip the Giro and Anon for FOV
I had them on and loved it. Idk what it was but it was an amazing goggle.
02-10-2014 12:38 AM
JVee
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Oakley's new goggle beats it.


Edit: I didn't get to compare side by side but it seemed to be larger FOV
I think its called the Flightdeck. Description says its photocromic and 50% polarized. Its quite possible this goggle might pip the Giro and Anon for FOV
02-10-2014 12:23 AM
Tuan209 I have the M2, APX, and Giro Onset. FOV is best on the Onset but the M2 is a close second. The APX FOV isnt all that great.
02-10-2014 12:22 AM
ICary Oakley's new goggle beats it.


Edit: I didn't get to compare side by side but it seemed to be larger FOV
02-10-2014 12:21 AM
JVee
Anon M2- field of view

Just wondering how the field of view compares with the Dragon APX / NFX etc. Reviews have said that this goggle has the largest field of view do to its low profile. Can anyone verify that?

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