I tried my black iridium at night but I thought they were too dark. I tried my persimmon and those were better, but still not ideal. If you ride a lot at night, get a clear one - they're pretty cheap - and have an iridium for day riding. Check oakley's site for the lens transmissions.
the VR28 lense is the best for sunny and night time.
its like a dark brown, so it works in both lights. my brother has some
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Get a Polarized lens for bright days, and a clear lens for night skiing.
Polarized lenses make the sky darker and the snow more in correct contrast, same as a polarizing filter on a camera would do.
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the hi-iridium is pretty good, tint enough for the day, clear enough for the night. or you could just get like a spy mx with clear lens for 30$
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I have A frames with iridium lenses and they work great for both night and day, plus I got them for like $80 at our race sale thing. I would recommend them also if your just getting one goggle, but clear is always better for night.
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