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05-18-2012 02:17 AM
HoboMaster Iridium is just a fancy tint name, typically pretty dark.
05-18-2012 01:44 AM
MistahTaki are mirrored lens called iridium? i dont know much about flippin lenses.
05-18-2012 01:40 AM
MistahTaki you want lens that are not see through from the outside right? Just get lens that are mirrored. the visibility is still good. i use my dragon dx mirrored lens in all conditions and the visibility is totally fine even on days with overcast.
05-17-2012 10:46 PM
rdot84 I personally like Von Zipper. Plenty of brands to choose from. Dragon, Anon....
05-17-2012 10:16 PM
cjcameron11 i have oakley air brakes with a black lens, they are fine for me even when it is not a full on bright blue bird day, get what you want and don't worry about people telling you that its not right, go with what you want.
05-17-2012 09:45 PM
HoboMaster I ride sunny days with one of the lightest tint lenses out there fine... You really don't want to use a black lens.
05-17-2012 09:38 PM
Originally Posted by Chris View Post
not if its sunny lol
I would have to be very sunny - the really dark lenses are generally too dark for almost all conditions, including most bluebird days.

But hey, lots of people put looks over functionality... Just count the number of the Fire Iridiums on your mountain - they look cool but are too dark for the vast majority of conditions.
05-17-2012 05:31 PM
Donutz For ease of changing lenses, you can't beat the Oakley Airbrakes.
05-17-2012 04:54 PM
dirts mcgirts SMITH OPTICS
i cannot endorse them enough has the new line of i/o, and theres some blackouts in em this year
04-04-2012 05:17 PM
Rufus A couple of coats of spray paint and you'll have black lenses and you can't see through them.

Seriously, any of the major brands have a dark lens available. Go to a shop and check out a few.
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