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Old 05-26-2012, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Large/ XL goggles for 2012/13

Just wondering if any boarding companies have produced a goggle peripherally and spherically larger than EG2 or Fishbowl for 2012/13?
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Just wondering if any boarding companies have produced a goggle peripherally and spherically larger than EG2 or Fishbowl for 2012/13?
personally not that I know of but if you wait and look around sites like steapandcheap.com and such you can find them for as low as $60 which sucks for me because I paid $100+ and a lens cost $60 alone at prolens so for the price of a lens if you look around you can get some eg'2 but if you don't like them or they don't fit your helmet or something then I would wait for the up and coming magnetic lens goggle
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btw damit... see they have a blue chrome lens in... >.< ugh haha
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Old 05-26-2012, 11:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Peripherally and spherically larger than the EG2 or Fishbowl?

Jesus man, do you have a beach ball for a head?
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I just feel closed in with a medium sized frame. Currently using Dragon APX, which I'm pretty impressed
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Old 05-27-2012, 12:21 AM   #6 (permalink)
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just like JVee said, dragon APX is an awesome goggle, also try POC, Warehouse-51. I think APX is the best goggle so far.
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next year smith has a bigger vision of i\o... i\ox or something. i/o is the best thing i have put on my face.
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just like JVee said, dragon APX is an awesome goggle, also try POC, Warehouse-51. I think APX is the best goggle so far.
Yesss I am currently using APX and I agree! it`s the best goggle for me
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