Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Home alone
Bikes: Trek 4300 X 2. Trek 1000, Trek 6000
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I've used the goggles for two days. I really am starting to love them. Hell, i might wear them in the Summer. Today it was 21 F and I rode for 1 hr and 54 minutes- 23 miles. I was very comfortable the whole time.
THe visorgogs do tend to want to "cut" into my nose a bit. They need some form of padding on the nose. THere is polished plastic in this area and it would be comfortable if not for the weight of the helmet pushing down on them. Today I used one of my kids cartoon band aids and put it on the bridge of my nose to aid in comfort. THat pretty much took care of the problem. It certainly increased the dork factor a little more.
I might try and fab some form of padding to place on the nose area of the Visor Gogs. Or i might just live with it, it is a very minor problem. IN terms of value, these things are an A+. I recommend them for anyone that intends to ride in cold and especially cold wind. THey are the perfect, cheap solution for some one that wears RX glasses like me.
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