why spend so much on a frame then cheap out on the lenses? cop some irridium, a goggle is just a frame without a sick lens
'moseley kicks ass, you guys are just jealous of his money and all the hot chicks he gets and his hair...beautiful hair, so soft, oohhhh'-alpentalik
skiing with sunglasses is extrememly gay! but skiing with sun glasses on and goggles on your head is straight.'- Alpentalik
I swear to follow the teachings of JMMT
'say everyone under 16 cannot particapate in the forum conversation
and they can have their own forum called peewees daycare.
where they can talk about nintendos and shitting the bed' -seward
I'm a goggle newb and I've never given a shit about the lenses... What are the differences, and how is mirror lenses better? Are these all purely cosmetics or is there a performance/quality difference also?
My VR28s haven't caused any problems, but when I've used my A-Frames with the 'light' iridium coating, I noticed a HUGE drop in glare without sacrificing my vision at all. I could wear those at night and see great.
Trust me, and listen to everyone else. Get the good lenses. They won't scratch that easily, especially if you take care of them. -Matt
Midwest Powderhound SFHNC 40/2000