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09-27-2009 11:43 PM
Speeddemon09 I can handle it. Im not lazy and pouring a drop of glue on a lens doesnt require a ton of effort. Plus I need more lens variation for diff conditions.
09-27-2009 07:59 PM
DC5R If I were you, I'd just throw them out instead of wasting more time and effort. As you said, you've already picked up a set of Smith's.
09-27-2009 04:54 PM
Speeddemon09 Alright, sounds good. I will superglue them and see if i survive. Ill let you know. By the way I just bought some smith prodigys so I should be good.
09-27-2009 10:46 AM
MunkySpunk
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Originally Posted by Speeddemon09 View Post
Do you think they will still work fine if I superglue them? Then I can just use them as a spare. Im sure they'll still work better than the crap googles i have now.
You're pretty insistent, aren't you? Go for it then. Learn your lesson the hard way if you're hell bent on it. Just don't complain when they fog up something wicked in the middle of a run and you smack head first into a tree.
09-27-2009 12:12 AM
arsenic0 Probably not.

As soon as one drop of water gets inside(if its not already) then your fogged all day and you cant do anything about it.
09-26-2009 04:52 AM
Speeddemon09 Ya the lens there are $55. I can find a new pair for cheaper than that. They were on whiskey or brociety or something for $45 the other day.
Do you think they will still work fine if I superglue them? Then I can just use them as a spare. Im sure they'll still work better than the crap googles i have now.
09-25-2009 08:30 PM
MunkySpunk
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$40-$55, not $10-$15.
Oh yeah. Duh on me. Looks like I need to read more carefully too.
09-25-2009 08:46 AM
legallyillegal $40-$55, not $10-$15.
09-25-2009 08:25 AM
MunkySpunk
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wow, i feel like a Dumb A. I thought the description said excellent condition and I didnt even notice that it stated that the lens was cracked. I must have been looking at another one. Anyways what ever, im only out a few dollars and maybe theyll still work good on sunny dry days.
You also didn't notice I said go to prolens. You need to read things more carefully. Your replacement lens is $10-$15 at prolens. So now you'll have a pair of Scott Alibi LTD's with an intact lens for $20 total.
09-25-2009 12:49 AM
Speeddemon09 wow, i feel like a Dumb A. I thought the description said excellent condition and I didnt even notice that it stated that the lens was cracked. I must have been looking at another one. Anyways what ever, im only out a few dollars and maybe theyll still work good on sunny dry days.
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