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February 27, 2013
I bought the Digi-Camo/VR50 and it's perfect here in PacNW. Granted 50% of my riding is at night, but this one deals with it all, whilst being very comfy. I've always bought mid-level goggles thinking that the expensive ones weren't worth it, but at least in this case, they are!!.
Any word as to when the replacement lenses will be available for the canopy?
November 1, 2012
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October 14, 2012
i rode fishbowls last season, and they were HUGE, they just pinched my nose a little too much, and the lens on them wasn't too great. this year, i've been eyeing some large goggles, including oakley canopy, smith i/ox, electric eg2. i've tried them all on for a while, or used them (eg2), and i feel like the canopy just doesn't have as wide or tall of a view as the others. granted, they're sick goggles. they have a super clean style, they look amazing, they're comfortable, and they're oakley quality, both in the lens and frame. they just don't do it for me though, i wouldn't spend the money on them. I would expect them to have a larger field of vision, and be more comfortable (granted, subjective), than the rest of the competition. for the best view, go fishbowls if they fit. the smith i/ox was the most comfortable