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Old 06-11-2013, 09:53 AM   #81 (permalink)
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I've got some cheapo Scott goggles with the brown lenses. They're great in any light I've had them in, up until dusk, then they absolutely suck in the dark or when the ski hill has lights on. I had half a thought of buying a clear set of goggles, or maybe some yellow or amber. Is there one color that's better than another for nighttime riding, under lights?
Yellow or clear is good for night, I prefer yellow, it seems to highlight shadows better.
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Old 11-19-2013, 04:45 PM   #82 (permalink)
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so fantastic thread
It seems the best are:
Vr50 Pink Iridium
Persimmon
HI Persimmon

but the CANOPY are not with vr50 Ping Iridium, but VR 28

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is HI Persimmon better than Persimmon?

Which CAnopy would you get with just one lens? I read someone saying he uses Fire Iridium only, but I fear it will be not good enough in low light or late afternoon/foggy days
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:54 PM   #83 (permalink)
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so fantastic thread
It seems the best are:
Vr50 Pink Iridium
Persimmon
HI Persimmon

but the CANOPY are not with vr50 Ping Iridium, but VR 28

Oakley Canopy da neve | Store ufficiale Oakley | Italia

is HI Persimmon better than Persimmon?

Which CAnopy would you get with just one lens? I read someone saying he uses Fire Iridium only, but I fear it will be not good enough in low light or late afternoon/foggy days
I pretty sure HI - high intensity - just means reflective on the outside, slightly reduces light transmission because it reflects more.
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