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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-06-2011, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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Wide Framed goggles

I'm looking for a good pair of extra wide framed goggles. I don't get why more people don't look for these. guess they want to sacrifice vision for style. but i'm lookin for an extra wide field of vision goggle. I know electric makes some nice wide framed gogs. anybody have any recommendations?
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EG2 cant get any wider unless you custom make some
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Is Dragon going to jump into the astronaut visor game?
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smith i/o there frameless or anon hawkeye there also good
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i have a pair of von zipper phenoms that are wider than average but i don't know how they compare to some of the other wide goggles.
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Is Dragon going to jump into the astronaut visor game?
They're coming out with a an I/O type frameless goggle
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i have a pair of von zipper phenoms that are wider than average but i don't know how they compare to some of the other wide goggles.
feenoms dont compare to the eg2 in terms of size

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All kick ass. Just make sure you get the proper lense.
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