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Hey.
yea the hi yellow is awesome for low contrast, low light and night time. It has a 81% light transmission so it lets in a fairly large amount of light.
i think the g30 is only around like 30% so the HI yellow would be better for night.
H.I. Yellow or clear are the way to go for night.
hope this helps

Well for mirrored in the daylight, I prefer the black iridium lens, but with only an 18% light transmission, at night you can't see much.
The black iridium is awesome when its bright, and I use the H.I. Yellow lens for night time and its great. It's not mirrored, but is great at night and in low contrast conditions.
I dont really know if oakley (or anyone for that matter) makes a type of lens that youre looking for (mirrored in daylight but still be able to use at night / mirrored lens for low light and night).
Perhaps Pink Iridium would be your best bet? My girlfriend has pink iridium lenses on her stockholms and she wears those at day and night. theyre not 100% mirrored, but like maybe 40% mirrored.
hope this helps bro
take care

They aren't very warm. I only wear these riding if its a warm day (like warmer than 35 degrees F (~3 C). I would not recommend them for a -10 C day (14 F). You will have very cold hands. These also have no waterproofing. Your hands wont be totally soaked, but they wont be dry. I've worn these with it was about 28 degrees and freezing rain out and I was miserable.
Don't get me wrong though. I love these gloves (on a warm day). I wear them to work and when I'm walking around town and going out to the bars and stuff. They're comfortable and I get compliments on them all the time. They're just not made for snowboarding on cold winter days, they're made for spring.
If you want a pair of grenade gloves that are warm, I suggest the sub-zero gloves.

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