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Big stoke factor on these goggles. They look sick, terrific vision in all directions, good lenses, comfortable, don't fog, good ventilation, and make me feel steezarific when I rock them. Only gave them a 9 for the fact that they might not fit in your helmet, but overall ME LIKEY.
If taken a ton of spills while wearing these and tossed them off my noggin, getting the lenses wet on the inside and out. Because they are big, its very easy to dry them out. They don't fog up, the amber/chrome lenses are great in most every condition, and the foam doesn't make my face sweat that much on warmer days.
They're HUGE! Not only are they big and steezy but the shape of the frame looks pretty fucking cool, I've gotten compliments on them before and they cover up my bloodshot eyes oh-so nicely. The lense lets air flow through the top of the goggle very well also, keeping them un-foggy, dry, and clear. Another important thing, THESE GOGGLES MAY NOT FIT IN YOUR HELMET, so try them on in your local shop first with your helmet if you wear one.
Failry pricey depending on where you get them. They go all the way up to 140, but I think backcountry.com still has them for about 110 but with limited colors. I got mine on ebay for about 130, but since I have had a ton of goggle trouble in the past, it was well worth it. They are, in my honest opinion, the best goggle you can buy if you want a big goggle.
I have a big head (size 8 fitted cap) and a big, square face. No othere goggle really sat the right way around my face, often times the frame would sit too high on my cheekbones or be too narrow and sit on the outside of my eye. These, however, are huge even on me and fit very nicely.
Only had them for one season, but they seem very solid, and are manufactured by a reputable company.