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02-23-2012 07:25 AM
Shox +1 for Oakley H.I. Yellow. I love this lens for most conditions, even riding at night. The only time I dont use it is on bluebird sunny days because it gets too bright for me.
02-22-2012 03:10 PM
Raines i love the blue lagoon lens from anon
02-21-2012 09:47 PM
RJRJRJ Thanks for the replies. I ordered yellow/blue chrome mirror. It was pretty cheap, so I hope it does the trick.
02-21-2012 09:44 PM
dkzach Best lense is the stock on the pat moores !! I think its grey or somthing I think its the closest to clear without being clear and it is refective! awesome for night and It keeps the glare off the snow in the day. Just dont look directly at the sun XD
02-21-2012 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
Smith Sensor Mirror is the best, most versatile lens I've ever used.
Definitely, I'm riding with this lens right now and loving it way more than anything I've ever used. It's perfect for night riding and good for anything but the sunniest of days. Even then you can still use them, just a bit of strain.
02-21-2012 09:25 PM
jpchase While I haven't used Electric lenses before, it sounds like something with a VLT around the 50 to 60% area would be good for you.

Personally I use Oakley's HI Persimmon(VLT 60%) and it is one of the most versatile lenses I've ever used. Although this lens excels in flat to low light conditions, bluebird skies will make things bright without much strain to the eyes for myself. While I prefer using a clear lens at night, if I am unable or don't feel like carrying around an extra lens, the HI Persimmon lens seems to do fine at night as well.
02-21-2012 09:06 PM
linvillegorge Smith Sensor Mirror is the best, most versatile lens I've ever used.
02-21-2012 09:06 PM
Redmond513
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For night time would clear be a wise idea? My lenses are amber colored and I wear them in all conditions but at night it seems like I really can't see. If I take them off it is perfect vision but my face would freeze lol.
I had a pair of clear lenses and always rocked them at night. I really liked them and would recommend. I am not sure about other lenses so their may be others that would be better.
02-21-2012 09:01 PM
FL_Boarder For night time would clear be a wise idea? My lenses are amber colored and I wear them in all conditions but at night it seems like I really can't see. If I take them off it is perfect vision but my face would freeze lol.
02-21-2012 08:42 PM
david_z Bluebird days I've got some fire/iridium lens for my Spy Platoons. Any other conditions from cloudy/overcast to nighttime/twilight get the HI-Yellow treatment.
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