Medium / wide fit
Black chrome + illuminater lenses
Triple layer face foam
The LCG is Scott's flagship goggle. It comes with two lenses and swapping them out is easy with the sliding latch on the side. They are a wider fit and they fit my face extremely well. I find that many goggles are too narrow in the face foam and sit too closely to my eyes.
I have had zero issues with fogging on the inside, even while wearing a face mask. The outside of the lens does fog up pretty quickly if you are not moving and if you are hot, but it clears up as soon as you start moving. I did get some marring on both lenses skiing through the trees, but it buffed out on both lenses.
Black Chrome: This is the sunny day lens that came with this pair of LCG's. It is dark; it reduces glare excellently but is not terrible when the sun dips behind the clouds.
Illuminator: This is one of Scott's best low light lenses. It does not highlight the contour quite as well as Oakleys high yellow. In really flat light it does not perform quite as well as I had hoped, but it still works wonders compared to the black chrome. It also fairs much better than Oakleys high yellow when the sun does come out. I use the illuminator most of the time.
Field of vision: it is a wide goggle, but the interchange system does block some of the peripheral. I can also see the entire frame when the goggle is on my face. I mostly see the top of the frame and the sides. The field of vision could be much better for a goggle of this side, but it's not straight tunnel vision.
One of the only other gripes I have is they do not fit too well with either my Smith Maze or my Pret Lid. I look like a bug most of the time. The only helmet I've seen on people with the LCG that looks proportionate is the POC Receptor, and that's because that helmet is gigantic. I got over the fact that I look like an insect because they fit so comfortably on my face.
For those who prefer their goggles over their helmet, the strap does have silicone to help grip the helmet.
Scott also uses an adjustability system on the cheek area of the frame to really dial in the fit. There is a little key that turns a small portion of the frame to tighten / loosen the foam. I haven't had to play around with it too much.
One of the biggest pluses of the LCG over other interchange goggles in the protective case for the spare lens. This is much better than keeping the spare lens in a goggle bag.
One of the negatives is the nose of the frame does not line up properly every time you insert the lens. It's not a big deal, but I always have to pull the nose down after so the lens sits in the frame properly.
Overall I am very impressed with the LCG. It is my go to goggles for low light conditions. Definitely give these a try if you are looking for a quick interchange goggle.
I bought these a few weeks ago, and they looked awesome. They are pretty stylish, and they are really neutral, which is perfect for girls like me. However, on their second day of use, the lens started to pop out. Now, one side is constantly popping out. I didn't even fall on them! The biggest fall i had was losing my balance in the lift line ( I'm graceful, i know ). Has this happened to anyone? If so, do you know why? Im a little disappointed to tell the truth