Also what do you think would be good lenses to have for I/O 's. I'm planning on having 2 lenses (One for sunny day/slight overcast and one for nightskiing/overcast) so which 2 do you think would be the best for this?
Sometimes the I/O's and the EG2's can fog up randomely for different people. I don't understand because some people never have problems with fogging, and some will go with the other goggle just because one or the other fogged up like crazy.
I had the EG2s last year. Sold them and bought a pair of smith i/o this year. I like the i/o way better, not as big, fits my face way better, lense swap is unreal. Just an overall great goggle, only fogged on me once but it wasnt for long
other then that, great goggle, definitely keeping it for a while
Just gimme a scene where the music is free
And the beer is not the life of the party
And there's no need to shit talk or impress
They just came back up an I snagged a pair. Came to about $100 flat with shipping for me but here in Canada I would be paying double that anyways at a store. I also bought some I/O's today at a local shop, they are super sick. I will probably return them though and wait to see how I like the EG2.
i was going to go for a quad daffy but i was like, why huck? -mommy
I own both and they both have the same peripheral vision (given that I have a large face) and the only major differences is that the I/O's have less nose presser (less foam) and they have the interchanging lens system which is very helpful. Given that both are around the same price, I'd go I/O
Fuck what you heard, it's the five-oh-third