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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-28-2010, 06:33 PM
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Can't wait to try my Splices with Pink Iridium
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post #32 of 35 (permalink) Old 12-29-2010, 12:08 AM
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Smith I/O's for sure! I had a pair of Giro Signals and they were alright. But I hated the fact I couldn't change the lens and plus the I/O's look sweet! Oh and I haven't had any fog issues.
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Fell on my face last week on my dragon dx and I have carpet burn where the foam of the goggles contact haha.
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cant wait to use my new I/O's friday
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Took out the Splices today, what a big difference! Today was another infamous Schweitzer fog day, which meant riding by braille. Despite that, the goggles made not being able to see pretty bareable, because first run off the top I was bombing down. They really highlight all the details in the snow, allowing your eyes to be able to focus on something and spot adequate lines, instead of just seeing a big white blur. Field of vision was great too. I think for the money, the I/O's are the way to go simply because you get 2 lens', and lens are like half the cost of the goggle. But if your like me and they just don't fit your face, the Splice's are the next best thing.

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Right on! Look for me on Thursday/Friday/Saturday and say hi if you see me. I'll be rocking Green AK pants and either my white NS SL or Ride Highlife.
Sounds good man! Thursday is going to be way better then Tuesday, it was actually so warm it was raining in town, but the temps are drastically dropping and it's dumping snow, I have 3 inches at my house in Sagle from last night. Supposed to be a cold one tomorrow, (18 and below) so bring the extra layers.

I'll look out for yea, there's not very many NS boards up here so it's pretty easy to spot a rider. I'm riding a 2010 white NS Evo, and will likely look like a tree with my brown pants, moss-green jacket and black helmet.

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