Hey what's everyone using for goggles and how do you find the visibility for skiing switch?
I've been wearing a pair of Dragon DXS that fit really comfortably the last couple seasons but I'm wondering if I might be able to get a comfortable goggle with a wider field of vision for skiing switch. +K for help and -K for hate of course.
Thanks for the replies, Has anyone tried the EG2.5 's? I have a smaller head so medium goggles don't always fit, does anyone know if the EG2.5's are legitimately as wide FOV as it's Big brother (like the website says) +Ks ^^
I have the Von Zipper Dojo's, they are pretty good. I have a big freaking head, i wish the dojo's were a little bit bigger and they would be perfect. for a person with a smaller head i think the dojo's would be great.
Wiley Miller: "Well skiing is kinda like partying, you swerve to and fro, hit shit, and sometimes you fall. You can be hurting the next day and say iíll never do that again, yet a few days later your back at the same stupid antics you were doing."
I know what your talking about with the dragon dxs's sucking for peripheral vision, those were my old goggles. I've had great luck with crowbars and splices so far, don't count oakley out just cause they're the evil empire of eyewear.
Damn i'm suppose to open my eyes shiiiiit I knew I was doin' something wrong.
I also play competitive paintball and I find my DXS's have a lower FOV than my Pball goggles so I was thinking that there must be a ski goggle that would be wider. Hence why I DIDN'T ask how to ski backward.
Thank you to those who actually answered my question, I appreciate the input.