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I have a lens that's to light for bright days, but it's perfect for night riding. I wanna get something for daytime use. Should I get a new lens or a whole new goggle? It's a bit more $ for a new goggle, but I don't know how much of a hassle it is to change the lens everyday. So what says NS?
I have two pairs and it's kind of annoying cos they're bulky in you're pocket or you ride with a bag, which is fine if you do anyway but shit otherwise. Get lenses dude. Save cash, save space, same effect.
honestly i would have bought a goggle that comes with a day and night lens so u can switch them out and its cheaper when they come together. like the smith I/O. but if u dont want to completely buy a different pair of goggles id say get a lens. but still lenses are almost as expensive as the goggle if theyre good lenses
I have an older pair with clear lenses left in them, that's all I use them for. I'd get a clear lens for whatever goggle you currently have, clear lenses are usually cheap as fuck compared with other lenses.
i have multiple goggles with different lenses, but i ski more than probly 95% of people on this site so it wouldn't make sense to change lense.
If you ski alot 2 gogs, if you dont ski alot - Smith I/O or Oakley airbrakes
Thanks for the help, but I just bought these gogs and I'm not going for a pair of I/O'S. The only reason I'm considering buying another pair of these is because the goggles are only a couple $ more than the lens by itself.