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February 26, 2013
Purchased the X-weave (fire and persimmon lenses) right before the last storm in Tahoe. Great field of vision with super fast lens change! Fits just like the crowbars with a slightly better view. Soft case is a nice touch to keep it all together while traveling.
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yes, this lense work for night.
February 3, 2012
January 7, 2013
Awesome goggle! You can swap the lens while you are skiing if you really want, its that easy. I keep my spare lens on me at all times and it is so great because I can always adapt to light conditions. Super comfy. Feels great on my face. Never fogs. Buy these!
I like these goggles but whanted to buy one with Polarized.
I do have Scott goggles for fog and clouds, and I need now goggles for bright sunny days.
Whcih would You recommend.
November 11, 2011
I was in the oakley store today and the shop assistant was saying that they haven't made polarized lenses for them yet. But they will be 160ish when they do. And if you are looking for blue bird lenses hit up iridium
December 14, 2011
October 8, 2011
Love everything about the goggles. In my opinion, they are the most comfortable oakley goggles to date. They feel even better than splices and crowbars. The lens switching is a breeze. Easier than the I/O. Very sturdy design too.
Just waiting to test it out now. Let it snow!
December 29, 2011
They feel comfortable, they are really well made and sturdy, they look awesome and changing the lenses couldn't be easier but the view is VERY LIMITED because of the inside frame and foam design. I am very disappointed in Oakley. This could have been the perfect goggle.
If you are used to having a wide range peripheral view like the EG2's, IO's this are definitely not for you.