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Wink goggle help

hi guys

i need help with goggles. i have only 90$, or max 100$.
can you suggest me best goggle in this price?

what about eg2s? or rossignol FAT LENS PURSUIT?

sorry for my english. thx a lot...
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Ashbury Kaleidoscopes. Lenses by Carl Zeiss. $85.

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You can find some pretty cheap Eg2's on ebay. They're also occasionally on WM.
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thx for reply

i dont like Ashbury Kaleidoscopes. i want more...
my budget increased by 80$. i want goggles which is suitable with giro talon.
what about apx or airbrake?
anyone feedback them?
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High end Oakley is always good if you can afford it, nobody disagrees about that.
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Check out the Oakley selection. I have the splice with an amber lense (good for conditions around here,) and I have loved them. Anon makes good goggles, but you will most likely prefer the Oakely's. Also, you may want to check into Dye's new goggle line; I just picked up a pair of T1's, they came with a polorized lense with 10% VLT, and a mid-clear lense with around 57% VLT I believe... They're pretty sick. Great range of vision, and they're really light as well. Also, look into the higher end Smith goggs, they have some nice stuff as well.
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hi guys

i need help with goggles. i have only 90$, or max 100$.
can you suggest me best goggle in this price?

what about eg2s? or rossignol FAT LENS PURSUIT?

sorry for my english. thx a lot...
I got a pair of VZ Feenoms from Evo for $79 with free shipping anywhere in the US. Just saying... Shop around and look for clearance sales on last year's shit. Kind of late for the big sales, but you can still find good stuff.

Evo goggles on clearance

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