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Lens Case / Holder

I have smith io/s goggles and would like to switch out the lens for night riding or even late evening when the sun goes down. Any suggestions of what to carry the extra lenses in? I have a camelbak snowblast (very cool btw) for storage, but I'm afraid if the lens isn't in a hard shell protective case or holder it could snap if I fall on my back or squeeze it too hard on the chair lift. Ideas?

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Personally, I'd just throw the lens in the soft goggle bag and stash it in a pocket. That's what I do when I carry an extra pair on those days when you can't tell how the light is going to be. I've yet to break anything, and I've taken some decent spills with them in a pocket.

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