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Spy Soldier, Smith Prophecy, or Dragon Mace?

I can get one of these goggles for about $40 basically brand new. Which ones do you recommend?
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You can never go wrong with Smith. I've had Spy goggles before and they held up fine. Until my dog decided they were a chew toy after I went snowboarding. I also have Dragon goggles and they quite frankly started falling apart. Not impressed with them so far.
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Spy or Smith...
I donīt like Dragon...100% marketing
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Thanks for the feedback! I was leaning towards the Spy Soldiers. Anyone else wanna chime in?
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Well actually the Spy goggles just sold out. I found another pair of Smith Prophecys too and they look cooler than the first ones I found. They on the high end of goggles as far as pricing goes ($140) but I can get them for much less. How good of a goggle are these?
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Well actually the Spy goggles just sold out. I found another pair of Smith Prophecys too and they look cooler than the first ones I found. They on the high end of goggles as far as pricing goes ($140) but I can get them for much less. How good of a goggle are these?
I recommend you send me and every other fucker whatever the fuck gets dragons at fucking minimal $$$
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I recommend you send me and every other fucker whatever the fuck gets dragons at fucking minimal $$$
Could you rephrase that without the language? I didn't understand what you were trying to say.
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I would recommend spending a little extra cash and going spherical. Get a pair of Smith IO or Electric EG2, trust me you will be glad you did after just 5 minutes on the slopes.
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I am looking at a pair of Smith I/O goggles too. Everything is expensive so I'm also trying to find good deals
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Where are you looking? What is your price range? How do you feel about buying used gear in good condition?
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