Winter Cycling - Anyone try these Goggles ???
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12-06-05, 07:15 PM
Anyone try these "tactical" goggles from ESS with the same TurboFan feature as Smith???
The system looks VERY similar to the Smith stuff. It also seems to be cheaper (as well as the replacement lenses).
12-07-05, 04:54 PM
look like the same goggles under a different name.. they look identical to the smiths.. i got mine from a motorcycle site for $110 with clear lenses.. ordered a couple other colored lenses for $9 each... not bad..they work great... only time they ever fogged on me was in a blizzard when the snow came down so big heavy and wet that it covered the intakes... a mt bike brim would have helped keep it out, will do that next time..
12-07-05, 05:25 PM
I have the Uvex Supersonic S goggles that I use with a Polar Wrap mask and Giro Ravine sports helmet and they fogged up today for the first time. I should have left the vents open on my helmet because I built up so much heat while riding when I stopped because a cement truck was coming from behind and another vehicle was coming the other way on a road with no shoulder that had snow blow on it from an open field . I was looking at the goggles with the TurboFan but thought they would be too large with the Giro Ravine helmet and PolarWrap combo for biking.
hmm, looks soo nice.
$134.10 + $30 for eye glass inserts + prescription. $$ ouch...
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