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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-04-2012, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Anon Goggles

These look pretty sic. Anyone with input/experience please comment!



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These look pretty sic. Anyone with input/experience please comment!



Anon goggles - details found here

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I dont have these ones but i do have the Anon Comrade goggles and love them!!
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thanks for the reply, I'm this close to hitting submit on this order tonight!
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You can get them for $80 new on ebay in that color. They're solid goggles, one of my favorites. Not too big like some goggles, but not too small like others. Field of view is pretty good and they were comfortable on my head. No fogging issues, but I never have fogging problems to begin with. They're one of the goggles I regret selling. I might buy them again.
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You can get them for $80 new on ebay in that color. They're solid goggles, one of my favorites. Not too big like some goggles, but not too small like others. Field of view is pretty good and they were comfortable on my head. No fogging issues, but I never have fogging problems to begin with. They're one of the goggles I regret selling. I might buy them again.
got that eBay link handy? Thanks a ton for the reply and review. What are you rocking now?
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Yea, here you go
Anon Hawkeye Goggles Chili with Red Solex Lens Mens Ski Snowboard New | eBay

I now have EG2's, but would prefer the Hawkeyes.

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Anon Hawkeye Goggles Chili with Red Solex Lens Mens Ski Snowboard New | eBay

I now have EG2's, but would prefer the Hawkeyes.
thanks for the link, I greatly appreciate it.

What do you dislike about the EG2s that you preferred w/ the Hawkeyes?

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I like the EG2's, don't get me wrong. It's just they're quite large and I think I prefer the form factor of the Hawkeyes. The field of view on the EG2's is better, but not by a wide margin. I just think the Hawkeyes are at a size where you get a great field of view without having to get into the oversized goggle frames.
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I've got a pair of hawkeye's and I love them. They are super comfortable and have a great peripheral view.
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I've got a pair of hawkeye's and I love them. They are super comfortable and have a great peripheral view.
Thanks for the input Knox. I'm most likely pulling the trigger on these today... wish everything wasn't so expensive.

Thankfully OldNo.7 saved me @ least a $20 spot w/ that eBay link!
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