Oakley Crowbar hands down, super comfortable and a nice range of vision. If you had said EG2 it would be a bit more of a contest.
As to your lenses, most any lens that comes with a goggle isn't going to be that stellar in low-light/night/overcast conditions. Like Snowjoe said there are replacement lenses, it's a good idea with any goggle keep at least a yellow lens for low to no light situations and a standard lens for sunny/bluebird days.
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Last edited by LouG; 10-27-2008 at 06:50 PM.