More lens = more vision.
The all-new Skylight Goggle offers Arnette's largest field of vision to date. No-BS anti blind-spot technology maximizes your peripheral vision with an oversized lens, low-pro frame design, and semi-flush lens geometry for tons of visibility in every direction.
- Triple layer face foam with moisture-wicking polar fleece
- Cool Breeze venting system keeps air moving through your lens to prevent fogging
- Lens features anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings
- Adjustable strap features a silicon gripper strip for a secure fit with a helmet
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Size Reference w/ Helmet
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are my favorite goggles by far. I laugh because everyone talks about how big these are. I don't call them big. I call them perfect. They're big enough to allow a great field of vision but they're not like the Fishbowls or El Kabong by VZ that stick out beyond the brim of your helmet or suffocate your face.
These are amazing. They fit perfect with each helmet I've tried them with (although I have a friend who didn't like them with the Ride Ninja). Also, the lenses switch out pretty easy which allows for quick switches in ever-changing conditions.
Arnette Skylight Goggle
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Awesome looking goggles with a good field of vision, lenses aren't to tinted good for night riding. Love em!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I was nervous about them being too big when I read the reviews but I got them anyway and ended up liking them a lot. I have only used them once and it was on a flat light day and they seemed to be really good for those conditions. I got the mummy/citrus chrome color. I wish they came with another lens because I'm afraid the citrus chrome color might be too light on bright days but don't know yet.
While I haven't been able to take them to the mountain yet, I can still tell you about first impressions. First off, they're bigger them I ever imagined, much bigger. It's a bit off putting when you first try them in, but they look awesome when you're geared up. They have an abundance of padding, so as a result they stick out a bit more then goggles like the eg2, but you barely notice this when you're geared up.
So far, they've been really comfortable and they feel quite solid, they certainly don't feel like they're going to fail you in their first season. I can't comment in the lens unfortunately, but I've heard good things about it. All in all, it seems to be an awesome pair for the price.
Touch the sky(light)
I got the Skylight last spring before it was officially released, so I've had a good bit of time to put it to the test. Fit-wise, it's a big goggle, similar to the Electric EG2, but it sits close to your face so you can actually wear it with a helmet. I wear a Bern Watts and the Skylight fits fine, a little low across the nose but not uncomfortably so. Overall vision quality is amazing. Super wide peripheral in all directions, and the lens is actually manufactured by Oakley so there's zero distortion. Fogging was never a problem for me. I'm not going to say it didn't happen, but the large lens and top vents cleared it up quickly, even on powder days and when hiking. The strap is easy to adjust, and has the sticky silicone strip that keeps it in place on a helmet without a clip. That might seem trivial, but I can't stand goggles that don't have it. My only issue with the Skylight at all would be the face foam, which is comfortable but seems a bit thin. So far it has been fine but I'm wondering how it will feel after a full season. My pair is a sample, though, and I was told the production version would have new, denser foam (UPDATE: just picked up a new pair and it does have better foam). Despite that small complaint, this is an awesome goggle and I'll be rocking it for sure this year.