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Electric eg2 lenses?

Which lense color will be an all weather lense by Electric EG 2 goggles? I have some traditional goggles and it's difficult to see the peripheral and feel like te bottom view is obstructed, so hence these electric goggles!

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I have the bronze chrome lense .. its pretty good (sort of a brownish tint on the inside) up until it starts getting darker out...Ive had trouble with them on total whiteout days, but I just picked up a cheap pair of Spy Targa's with low light lenses for the rare occasion...until a few days ago when I got a sick deal on some Splice's with amber lenses.


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I also use the bronze chrome lens with my EG2's for sunny days and I have yellow and blue lenses for low and flat light.
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Is there a lense for the EG2 that is similar to the Smith's Red/Blue Sensor mirror?
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For what it's worth, I would get the quasar blue lenses probably.. Or get the bronze chrome which will work for most conditions and pick up a cheap pair for low light.. They'll probably be less expensive than an extra lense


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I currently have the spy targa 3 persimmon lenses. And they obstruct so much. But I like the lens. Good for all conditions it seems like
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Best do it all lens is probably the Bronze. Mine came with chrome bronze lenses but the chrome makes them too dark for overcast days. You can pick up a yellow or rose lens for $20.

It's best to have multiple lenses. It only takes a few seconds to swap out.
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i just picked up these for $45 brandy dandy new at the Oakley store for low light..


of course, thats after the purchase of a full priced pair of sunglasses or goggles..but whatever lol im an Oakley whore


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