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Eg2, Apx?

Hi guys what do you think what have more visibility?, i see the apx blue yellow ionized, rose and pink ionized or eg2 with red ionized, i know they are for differents conditions, but in the future i will buy the opposite to equilibrate, so what is the best combination?? THanks.

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I have both EG2 and APX, IMO .. APX has much better lenses, I go with yellow for night or cloudy day, pick the rest for any days. EG2 used to be my first choice before I pick a pair of APX.
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Hi guys what do you think what have more visibility?, i see the apx blue yellow ionized, rose and pink ionized or eg2 with red ionized, i know they are for differents conditions, but in the future i will buy the opposite to equilibrate, so what is the best combination?? THanks.
I thought the APX looked really cool at first, but when the shock value wore off, it now looks more buggy and I dont like it. The EG2 looks like the face shield off a space suit, I love it. Actually rocking 2.5s now and plan to pick up several more Electric models this year.

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The EG2.5 bigger then the EG2? Better peripheral vision ? Thinking of getting the EG2 because I hear about them over here my main concern is peripheral vision how do the APX goggles compare?
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same periph, 2.5s are smaller.

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Dragon > Electric.

Privately owned, but lenses made by Oakley.

There is an APXs now too.

And though I haven't looked through it, usually Pink lenses are a fantastic do everything lense. I usually get a chromed yellow, pink, or orange and never change it.

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Between the 2... APX or EG2 which offer more peripheral vision just trying to narrow it down a bit because I'm hearing different things from different people, but a lot of peeps on this forum rave about EG2 my main concern is peripheral vision
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