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Old 10-05-2012, 05:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I bought the Anon Comrades last season with Red Solex and LOVE them. I wear the RED Hi-Fi helmet and they fit perfect, I don't think I could go any bigger though(not that I need to, the Comrades are huge)

But ya great periphs, cant see the rims of the goggles at all which I like. Have never fogged up on me in any of the crazy conditions I was in and work surprisingly well in darker conditions too. Not sure how they would fit on your helmet though cuz im not familiar with it.

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Old 10-05-2012, 06:04 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanx for the info, the goggles look sweet with the helmet no gap I see as for peripheral vision I can see how they are going to be good for side to side view and up how about looking down around the nose area that's wear foam/frame can be see with a lot of goggles that's what I'm trying to minimize any complaints in that area ?
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Giro Onset: 90mm Frame Height, 21cm Frame Width
for me... FOV is awesome
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not sure about the helmet fit, but I just picked up the Anon m2 and they are awesome on peripheral vision. Little pricy, but I recommend them if they fit with the helmet.
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Von Zipper el kabong and a Red helmet, peripheral view is outstanding, gape free helmet fit.
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I bought the Anon Comrades last season with Red Solex and LOVE them. I wear the RED Hi-Fi helmet and they fit perfect, I don't think I could go any bigger though(not that I need to, the Comrades are huge)

But ya great periphs, cant see the rims of the goggles at all which I like. Have never fogged up on me in any of the crazy conditions I was in and work surprisingly well in darker conditions too. Not sure how they would fit on your helmet though cuz im not familiar with it.

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Skinny hi!!
I was wondering about buy Anon Comrades... this one
Anon Comrade Matterhorn/Dark Smoke en la Tienda Online de Blue Tomato

but are u riding just with Red Solex Lens? or which ones are u using for different timings??
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I started out with Smith I/Os this year and was not a fan. Felt like they let wind in and the peripheral vision wasn't great. Switched to Dragon APXs and love them! They fit great with my K2 Rival Pro helmet. The APX must be comically huge because the APXs are plenty big.
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Skinny hi!!
I was wondering about buy Anon Comrades... this one
Anon Comrade Matterhorn/Dark Smoke en la Tienda Online de Blue Tomato

but are u riding just with Red Solex Lens? or which ones are u using for different timings??
Ya I only use the red solex, it works surprisingly well in dark conditions but most of the time it is sunny here so if overcast days are very common for you I would grab a back up lens. I hear the yellow is good for low light
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