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Old 01-26-2013, 08:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I tried zeal's photochromic and couldn't tell any difference, even when I did all the crap in their videos to test them out.

As far as the annoying reflections, I have that on my dragon lenses and you don't even notice it on the mtn when you're looking at anything past a couple of feet away. afaik, that reflection is what gives higher definition in flatter light
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interesting point extra0, that may be the case, I could try them out on the beach here to see! But seriously that sounds like it should be fine on the snow.
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Was doing some research and found this.

Smith Goggle Lens Guide | Blister Gear Review – Skis, Snowboards, Mountain Bikes, Climbing - The most honest, and in-depth reviews of ski, board, bike, and climbing equipment on the planet.
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Old 11-03-2013, 01:32 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Thanks tdn, I'll do as you suggest, I'd love to ride in them but I'm in Australia and it's about 30 degrees C outside so not much snow! I'll be in Canada in March.
Are you suggesting that photochromatic lenses change light transmission based on temperature?
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