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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Hawkeye Lens Shortage?

Hi everyone!

I broke the lens in my hawkeyes. I love the goggles. No gap. Fit me well.

I am in need of clear, yellow, and a random lens for the sunny days!

I just can't find them anywhere!

So I jumped online to burton, prolens, backcountry, and a few other places.

One place told me the lens were discontinued. Is this true?

Everywhere else (including burton) said sold out.

Any sponsors have a stash somewhere?

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My girlfriend bought a green tea Hawkeye lens at the Burton store in Los Angeles about 3-4 weeks ago. They had a good amount of lenses still available then, but I know they sell out pretty fast. I remember they sold out of everything last year. I don't think they are discontinued.

I was looking for a blue lagoon Hawkeye lens last year and couldn't find one anywhere online. I called the Chicago store, which had one in stock, and they mailed it to the LA store and I picked it up there.
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I'm giving back my black on black dredrum and getting a Smith I/O.

Should I?

Sorry for OT. :P
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