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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-22-2008, 10:47 PM
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spy's are a good goggle, you should you be happy with them

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know anywhere with good deals on replacement lenses?
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know anywhere with good deals on replacement lenses?
it looks like the lenses will run you about what you paid for the goggles. just pick up another pair that have different lenses next time they are on WM.

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Hey, i dont know about you guys, but check out your local TJ Maxx, haha

I bought Zeal Dominators with a mirror lens and a spare yellow lens and a hard case for $30

I would say check it out.
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I got a sick deal on Crowbars over Tramdock. You can find all kinds of gogs pop up on there. In the past week or two i've seen Smith, Dragon, Anon, Spy, Electric, and Oakley.
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The TJ Maxx by me sells Bolle goggles for $19.

If you can't find a deal on brociety/tramdock then I'd drop the $50-$60 on a decent pair at a store.

Crappy visibility due to fogging lenses that you have to keep adjusting will ruin your day.
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The TJ Maxx by me sells Bolle goggles for $19.

If you can't find a deal on brociety/tramdock then I'd drop the $50-$60 on a decent pair at a store.

Crappy visibility due to fogging lenses that you have to keep adjusting will ruin your day.
I think you might just be a little late with the advice buddy...........

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either some new dragons or some of last years von zippers, electrics, or oakleys
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i have some oakley a frames right now, and i have NO complaints. i got them for twenty bucks used off a friend, so yeah you may have to spend a little more for them, but they are amazingly clear and pretty tinted as well. other than that i had some dragon dx's which are pretty much anywhere from 30 to 90 depending on the color and stuff. mine were on sale for 40 at zumiez, and ive recently seen them there for 30. pretty good goggles! i mean, i like my oakleys more but they did their job so i would suggest them.
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