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|11-16-2012 06:22 PM|
|fish4it38||Thanks for the help. I think I'm going to go with the Smith I/O.|
|11-16-2012 01:03 PM|
You don't even have to wait that long.
|11-16-2012 12:56 PM|
Originally Posted by phony_stark View Post
|11-16-2012 12:32 PM|
|krankedmusic||I would get the I/O they are really nice. The day and night time lens really do help. Just don't do what I did and buy the I/Os by accident.|
|11-16-2012 12:23 PM|
I have a pair of Kscopes and like them, I use them at night/flat light. They're inexpensive, don't fog up, and come with an extra yellow lens. The frames are nice and soft too.
I heard smith IOs are dope....and sheep seems to reinforce that.
I say, try them both on (if you can) and see which one works for you. If all things are pretty even but cost is a factor, get the Ashburys. Pretty good value.
If you'd take another suggestion, I'd like to also recommend Airblaster Airgoggles. They're my favorites. They don't fog no matter what stupid stuff I do with my goggles, they're comfy, SUPER durable (I treat goggles like shit) and are also inexpensive. The Baker lenses also don't lose their mirroring, if that's something you care about.
|11-16-2012 12:00 PM|
You're going to pay more for the I/Os (unless you really shop around, there might be cheaper sets on ebay).
I have a pair of I/Os and I love them. Easy to change out the lenses, Smith has TONS of lens and frame options so you can mix and match, if that's your thing. Plus, the I/Os just look SWEET. Functional and good looking. If you buy retail, you get a lens for all-around conditions/sunny days and a lens for flat-light.
I don't know anything about the Kaleidescopes but they seem like a solid middle-of-the-road goggle.
Smith I/Os are really popular, and for good reason. I could be wrong but I think they were one of the first really successful models to incorporate a lens swapping system. You'll see a lotta skiers and riders wearing these.
|11-16-2012 10:32 AM|
I have been using the same Von Zipper goggles for the past five years and I think it's time for something new. I have two different ones that I can't decide between; Ashbury Kaliedoscope and Smith I/O. Can someone give me there insight on the two and which they recommend I get?