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    Viper Tactical Goggles for downhill biking

    would Viper Tactical Goggles be ok for downhill biking?

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    OP- Here's a pic and link for ya. Google is your friend.



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    Ok, I know I've posted this before, but some things just bear repeating.

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    yer but with clear lenses and would they be ok?

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    No, do not use them for DH.

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    i think they are more for tactical use than downhilling. you should get some downhill goggles instead. just don't try to use the downhill goggles for tactical use.

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    like?

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    Seriously? Wear whatever you want to protect your eyes. If the goggles are comfortable, breathe well, protect your eyes, and fit while wearing your helmet, most of your criteria should be met.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete110 View Post
    like?
    it doesn't matter if we like them, it matters if they work for you. what works for you is ALL that matters.

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    no i mean what other goggles

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    I'm using Smith Fuel V.2, because: 1) I got them dirt cheap from the Motorcycle Superstore; and 2) replacement lenses for the Fuel/Intake line are readily available and you can even get light-sensitive (Photogray®-like) lenses for $11.99; and 3) they fit.

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