A classic for a reason
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've accumulated a number of pair since this goggle was introduced years ago. Swapping lenses is cumbersome and you just don't know what the light will be on the hill all the time. Keep a few pair stashed in the car or in your luggage and you can make a game time decision on the fly. I recommend the Polarized lens only at high altitude on bluebird days. The yellow lens is still my favorite for flat light and storm riding. Careful when cleaning the inside of the lens in particular. Best to let them air dry. This goggle fits really well under a POC helmet and the strap is long enough not to squeeze your face. If someone's having a bad day on the mountain, its probably because their goggles are too tight, no joke. After a few seasons wearing sunblock, sweating, and getting after it, the foam can get kind of gross. Then its time for a new pair and keep the lens as a back up.