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Anon Hawkeye Goggle!

I Just got my Anon Hawkeye goggles that I ordered from Tactics.com on Black friday for 30% off, I'll put up pictures soon, and btw there Rally frame/strap and Red Solex lens. They're really nice and they're blue and orange if you didn't know. Pictures soon!
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I Just got my Anon Hawkeye goggles that I ordered from Tactics.com on Black friday for 30% off, I'll put up pictures soon, and btw there Rally frame/strap and Red Solex lens. They're really nice and they're blue and orange if you didn't know. Pictures soon!
k. that's nice. i can find pictures online.
also, i bought gear online on black friday and cyber monday as well. i bought a coat. it's lime green. buu-whoop?

how about a review? that would actually make this thread worth something.

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What the fuck was that about? You don't even have pics or haven't ridden in them?

To make this thread worth something I had hawkeyes for 4 days, I liked them, good Field of Vision, and, if you wear glasses (I don't but my homie does) you can wear them under your goggles comfortably.

I had a problem with them fogging...it wasn't a huge problem, but it was annoying enough for me to not want to switch back after I tried Airblaster air goggles. Also, my lenses scratched pretty easily, but I treat goggles like shit.

I have three friends who swear by the hawkeye....you'll love em. Are these your only goggles? You may wanna get another lens if it's gray or puking out. Red Solex is on the darker side.
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Ok, geez sorry! I will put a review up but I just thought I'd share it, I'm new here so I don't really know what goes and what doesn't. Won't happen again..
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Not a huge deal, but like....it just wasn't useful at all.

Sometimes, just read a few threads to get a feel for what's what.
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I just went to the shop and bought some milk and a mars bar.
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I just went to the shop and bought some milk and a mars bar.
Sounds awesome, got the munchies now.....

Welcome to the forum New guy, I'd say get some other lenses for puking snow and darkness.....
Redsole is cool looking but only good for bright blue bird.
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D00de, post pics of that milk and mars bar soon!
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I just went to the shop and bought some milk and a mars bar.
Review would be nice too. Am keen on these on these but just want to hear people's opinions first. Tossing up between Mars and Twix. I hear twix is the only bar with the cookie crunch?
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And if I bought some different lenses for darker days would like the Anon Hawkeye Amber or Blue Amber, they're both 50-55% VLT (Visible Light Transmission), or would I want darker, and would I be able to change the lenses or would I have to go to some shop to change them out?
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