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Hey just wondering if anyone can tell me if the blue/blue or purple/white/gold will be ok for sunny days?
February 5, 2013
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January 13, 2013
My boyfriend finally convinced me to make the switch over to the Lobes from the Smith I/OS, and I absolutely love them. They have the same spherical tech going on as Smith, but are much bigger in the lens, which I am a huge fan of. These goggs are very steezy, and have perfect interfacing with the POC helmets (I wear em with the Receptor Flow model). I haven't had too many issues with fogging, except if I'm breathing into my jacket without any airflow- just as any other goggles would fog. I've worn them a few days at the resort when it's been frigid, and all day out in the BC, and have no complaints on em.
I would hands down recommend these to anybody- if you like the spherical goggles, then go for these!
i have both, i have the POC lobes for sunny blue bird days with a dark lens and the eg2 with orange lens for flat light, lens' are easier to change with the lobes and less distortion but get better periferal from the eg2
February 8, 2012
April 13, 2011
After encountering some minor problems with the Corneas, I decided to go with the Lobes instead. Initially, the size of these goggles is what deterred me from getting 'em. I was completely mistaken because these are actually a tad smaller (length left to right, top to bottom) than the Corneas. The spherical design is misleading. (makes it look larger than it actually is)
The goggles are just as comfortable as the Corneas but with an even sleeker look. I got a few folks ask me what kind of goggles I had on. They certainly attract attention. The black lenses worked out perfectly. They are definitely for sunny conditions but I can also see them working just fine for low light and overcast days. I do intend on getting different lenses for night riding.
Long story short, I've got a pretty massive mug. Current Oakleys were a gift, but leave huge gaps in front of my temples and just make my face feel pinched. Are these Lobes as big as they look?
November 20, 2011
what kind of visibility do the purple/gold have in overcast conditions.
November 8, 2010
January 17, 2011
I originally ordered the green/green which according to POC were supposed to truly be all green but due to a manufactoring issue only come in a green body/yellowish lense. Long story short dogfunks customers service took care of me, one of the best I have delt with. I ended up going with the orange/orange which worked flawlessly during my trip to CO.
- [Outer lens] polycarbonate; [Inner lens] cellulose propionate
- Helmet Compatible:
- Eyeglass Compatible:
- Top vents
- Face Size:
- Recommended Use:
- Skiing, snowboarding, time travel
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 Year
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