I tried the Kelly Green goggles with the Green SolX+Red Sensor Lenses
The two lenses it comes with cover a pretty wide range of conditions, excluding the darkest and the brightest of days. The field of view is decent, I'd say it's in between a crowbar and a canopy for that. They haven't fogged up on me or anything either.
I'm not too sure on the durability as I haven't taken them out for many days, but it seems like the plastic clips that hold the lenses in at the top seem a bit flimsy, but again, they haven't broken so I'm not sure.
Comfort/Easiness of use
These are super comfortable, lightweight, and convenient goggles for those who need to swap out lenses pretty often (it's way easier than with a crowbar) and don't wish to carry around two goggles or spend half an hour switching out lenses.
All in all I like them a lot and I'd recommend them to pretty much everyone as they aren't pricey and they'll work for pretty much everything
Chances are you recognize the Smith I/O. This goggle has been in Smith's lineup for the past 9 years, and likely isn't going away anytime soon. The reason for its continued popularity is simple: these goggles get the job done.
The design is timeless, with a medium fit shape, and a plethora of strap and lens combinations to match any helmet. I/Os will always turn heads, and they make any setup look professional. The goggle padding is very comfortable, it will fit almost all faces.
The I/O is far from the most advanced in technology in the goggle market. It doesn't have magnets for quick lens changes, electronic anti-fog systems, or HD POV cameras. But without the bells and whistles, the I/O's high functioning performance gives the rider little to complain about, with good for prevention and relatively intuitive lens changing.
For me, the bottom line is this. The I/O's give me one less piece of equipment to worry about. When I slip them over my face, I always know that they will perform the way I want them to and make my ski day that much more exciting. What more can you ask from a ski goggle?
The I/O's are awesome goggles. The lenses can be changed quickly from a sunny lens to a more clear lens when I'm at the mountain or even on the lift. Awesome vision quality, not a super wide field of view but it's a decent size.