Try and find a goggle with a good lens for all light conditions. Or buy some smith I/O's. Better than buying 2 pairs of goggles when you can have 2 lenses. One for sunny days and one for shit light days.
"One little kid died trying to be me" - Krob
‎"Skiing could use more Shane McConkey's, and fewer outsiders looking to make money off it." - Derek Taylor.
"with all due respect get fucked. dont your ever talk to the man like that ever again. the internet is an amazing tool. i will find you " - Marg.
"she will be harrassed by NSers, asking why shes not in the kitchen, or if shes had her butt peed in yet, or if she wants to trade for one ofkangbang's mediums"- alwaysDTF
"dude i bet you looked like a retard with a camera slung over your shoulder the whole day. You just did blur to focus shots of people and random shit you saw. with a gay song. you pretty much get your karma virginly sodomized by eight men."-River.Rider
seriously dude it sounds like you want to buy all of this stuff with the purpose to look good only. buy what you want. have some creativity in your life, make your own decisions. if you can't decide what shade of magenta you want your goggles to be, maybe you should take a step back and think about why you ski, and why you should choose gear.
The joy I get from skiing, that's worth dying for - RIP CR Johnson
With past experiences with the fire iridium lenses, they're only nice on blue bird days, i tend to not wear my goggles that often because the fire iridium lens ruins my vision on non blue bird days and night.