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Old 02-08-2010, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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any decent priced recommendation? l find that gordini is the cheapest (50$) but dont know about quality
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I bought the Smith Knowledge OTG goggles and used them for the first time this weekend. They are very comfortable. They do run a little large, but that seems to be expected with goggles that are made to fit over glasses. Had no issues at all with the goggles themselves fogging up. Occasionally, my glasses themselves would fog up slightly, but when I got some air flow through it, it usually cleared up. They run between $65-$85 depending on which lens you get. Smith Knowledge OTG Goggles - FREE SHIPPING at Altrec.com
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I bought the Smith Knowledge OTG at Sports Authority for $9 a couple of weeks ago, it's worth checking if you have a store nearby. I can't say how the work, I don't need OTG, just got them in case friends for family need an OTG goggle when visiting.
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I have the Smith Knowledge OTG. The goggles work great but my glasses would completely fog over before I could even stand up all the way. Probably would have helped if my glasses weren't 10 years old and scratched to hell. I just said fuck it and went through the hell of learning to use contacts. Completely worth it. I got my Knowledge on Ebay for $35.
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I bought the Smith Knowledge OTG at Sports Authority for $9 a couple of weeks ago, it's worth checking if you have a store nearby. I can't say how the work, I don't need OTG, just got them in case friends for family need an OTG goggle when visiting.
how you get it for $9? its listed for like $60 on their website
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how you get it for $9? its listed for like $60 on their website
I was browsing in the store and found them marked $9. I also bought two other Smith non-OTG goggles for the same price. Three goggles for under $30 was a pretty good score.
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