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Hey I'm a newbie! I am looking to get my first goggles. I noticed some of the goggles that I've tried, its lenses reflect my own eyes. It's like a mirror in the inside lense, so I can see my own eyes.

Is that normal? or I should stay away from it?
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were you in a dark room with a light behind you? otherwise this is some weirdness, bad weirdness

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Do not wear them on LSD...
Yeah it's normal, some goggles do it more than others. Just focus on the hill in front of you not your eyes and you'll be fine.
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I tried it in my apartment facing outside the window. Okay. Thanks guys!
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My low light lenses do it when im in bright sunlight. Its annoying but it goes away when your not looking at near direct angles to the sun...
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If I know what you're saying, IMO you got low light lenses in brighter light conditions then they should be in. I got some Oakley Pink Iridiums that do that. Especially noticable when I first put them on (if its at the brighter part of their range). U get used to it.
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I get that sometimes too with the pink iridium, but only when I hold my gloves/goggle-wipe up to them.

It's really freaking weird seeing your eye that close......
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