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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-11-2008, 08:20 AM Thread Starter
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Spherical lenses/gap at the nose?

I've tried a # of goggles with spherical lenses and pretty much all of them have this little gap near my nose. It will go away (most of them) if I pull the goggles tighter but I've never had that "gap" with cylindrical lenses (electric eg.1s vs. eg.1). Is this a common theme? Is it normal?

I'm wary of spherical lenses for that reason, even if they are cool as all heck.

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might be the shape of your face dont fit right. but im not sure since i never used spherical.
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