apparently i'm not only a sunglass whore but a goggle whore now also...so if anyone needs some comparisons, just let me know lol
ive tried the fishbowls on, but i never bothered to buy a pair because frankly the EG2's are just so damn goodToo bad you don't have fishbowls. I wonder how they compare to the EG2's.
i use the EG2's 90% of the time. it makes my gf nuts cause the oakley goggles in the front left were custom made and cost like $240 and i hardly ever wear em.. but the EG2's are just unmatched in field of vision and comfort IMHO.Wow awesome
Which ones do you use most frequently?
pretty much. in all fairness my EG2's are now 2 1/2 seasons old and have very little scratches on the lenses (bronze/chrome)..except for when i fell directly on my face. that scratched them up a little bit hahaEg2's >*
I notice they tend to get easily scratched.
yea they're honestly unbeatable. i actually bought a pair of Dragon APX goggles and just couldnt justify them at the time when the EG2's still kicked their asses and they had bluebird lenses in themI feel the same about eg2. I can't wear anything else anymore. Have brand new air brakes sitting in a box. 3-4 pairs of crowbars, some a frames, some fishbowls, One pair of splice, but we each have 2 pairs of electric eg2 or 2.5 for my son and wife.....
i actually have microfiber bags for all of them and a hard case for the Oaks lolYou're a whore when you have a goggle case to go with those goggles.
I used the vr50 pink iridium lenses all season this year in an a frame. Great in all conditions from flat to bluebird. I never bothered switching out once, which was great because lens switching with the a frame is a pain. Next season I'm going to try the anon m1 for ease of switching...i believe theyre the VR50 pink iridium but i honestly dont know for sure. Ive never seen another pair of Splice's like mine. I got them at the Oakley store in Times Square and sometimes they have some limited stuff.
i like the a frame but it's too small a goggle for me after riding with the EG2's for so long.I used the vr50 pink iridium lenses all season this year in an a frame. Great in all conditions from flat to bluebird. I never bothered switching out once, which was great because lens switching with the a frame is a pain. Next season I'm going to try the anon m1 for ease of switching...