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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-03-2012, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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Quiksilver Hubble Goggles

Anybody had a chance to check they goggles out? they seem to put have put a lot of emphasis on peripheral vision thought I'd ask how they compare to other goggles out there.

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Of all the big lens goggles out there, I absolutely loved these. I ended up buying the red T.Rice editions. I love the amber chrome and they're super comfy. I tried the EG2s, and they felt much cheaper than the Hubbles, and the Von Zippers felt like I had a bowl on my face....I guess hence the fact it's called FishBowl. These are the perfect size, and much better quality imo.

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After owning the Smith lenses with the circulation fan built in(turboFan) I won't wear anything else for uphill ascents or pow\wet days, no idea why more manufactures don't include this simple tech that's been in use for paintball\motocross for like 15 years.

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so I just realized you had made a thread before, and I already commented on it haha woops!
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After owning the Smith lenses with the circulation fan built in(turboFan) I won't wear anything else for uphill ascents or pow\wet days, no idea why more manufactures don't include this simple tech that's been in use for paintball\motocross for like 15 years.
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