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Combyn Goggles?

Hey everyone, just bought a new Giro Combyn helmt and my old Oakley goggles don't fit it too well. Anyone use one and know which goggles have a good fit with the Combyn helmet? Any and all help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Giro Blok goggles fit perfectly.
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Good to know. Is it easy to change lenses on the Giro Blok?
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don't know which oakleys you've been using, but my personal experience with the combyn and crowbars has been pretty solid.

for new goggles i think you should first focus on what fits your face (e.g i use asian-fit) and then what works with the helmet from a gap and venting standpoint. minor gaps can be handled with a balaclava or skully.

this approach should still work regardless of which brand you start with (i.e. giro).
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Not sure. It isn't one of the new styles that is built for quickly changing out lenses, but I'm sure you can swap them out in 15 minutes or so. I haven't tried it yet.
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