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2 5

Was not my favorite to say the least. The brim is sewn awkwardly into the front panel. The brim size is a little to large for the hat all together. It is not a flat brimmed hat but the oversized brim makes it tough for the brim to be formed. I would say this hat sizes large and is for medium to large sized heads. Aside from that, this is my perspective and it did not work for me. I do love the colors though.

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3 5

So I got these and was not terribly impressed, but not because of construction. I think the build was bomb and the quality of the product top notch. The only issue I had was the lens would pop out on some big falls. I think with the M2 update, the 8 magnet system holds them in during a big fall, but backcountry skiing, if you lose the lens you need for the day, you are pretty much screwed. Now I am not saying I have ever lost a lens, but this is just an indicator of action potential. Aside from that I have a narrow face and they fit me well sealing nicely around the corners of my eyes. As far as becoming foggy and moister between the two lenses, well I have not had that experience, maybe a faulty product?

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I think I just bought my third pair of the I/O line and purchased these in the White frame with the red sensor mirror. I get the same old feel. I have a very narrow face so I do have a hard time finding more expensive goggles to fit my face. Usually the corners of my eyes have exposed air coming through because goggles do not seal. These extinguish that problem all together. These goggles provide a huge plain of view. I get a much greater field of vision and it allows me to use my periphery much more effectively. The lenses come in and out pretty easily, however it is no Anon M2 or M1 (but none on the market are right). What I do not like about these goggles is that the snap is directly on the back of the band and they awkwardly fit through my goggle clip on the back of my helmet. Huge bonus of the strap is it has a silicone rubber strip around the inside which helps keep my goggles up. My last pair of I/0 did not have this and would come down from time to time. This helps keep my goggles in place when I am really bouncing around. So much appreciated SMITHOPTICS. One last note, I use these with a POC receptor backcountry and they fit my helmet very well, no gaper gap! I have used them in the past with a Smith Variant and the fit was solid as well. Right now the price on these is a steal. The only place you will find them cheaper is on Ebay. I hope this helps you guys out.

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So I think I just bought my third pair of the I/O line and purchased these in the sage Sig. I love the new colors and I get the same old feel. I have a very narrow face so I do have a hard time finding more expensive goggles to fit my face. Usually the corners of my eyes have exposed air coming through because goggles do not seal. These extinguish that problem all together. These goggles provide a huge plain of view. I get a much greater field of vision and it allows me to use my periphery much more effectively. The lenses come in and out pretty easily, however it is no Anon M2 or M1 (but none on the market are right). What I do not like about these goggles is that the snap is directly on the back of the band and they awkwardly fit through my goggle clip on the back of my helmet. Huge bonus of the strap is it has a silicone rubber strip around the inside which helps keep my goggles up. My last pair of I/0 did not have this and would come down from time to time. This helps keep my goggles in place when I am really bouncing around. So much appreciated SMITHOPTICS. The lenses are pretty bomb, the bluebird lens actually works well in various to partly cloudy conditions. The light lens works well in flat light. One last note, I use these with a POC receptor backcountry and they fit my helmet very well, no gaper gap! I have used them in the past with a Smith Variant and the fit was solid as well. Right now the price on these is a steal. The only place you will find them cheaper is on Ebay. I hope this helps you guys out.

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3 5

This hat looks nice, but not really what I was expecting. Looking at the pictures I was not sure what to expect, but it ended up not being a trucker hat style if your looking for that. The paneling on the front is not really rigid and does not hold an actual shape. The hat is essentially a slouch styled hat. The classic throwback colors are really nice, I wish they made this in one in a trucker style cap. Fit feels much like their Chain ring hat, but I don't have any other methods of comparison, because those are the only ones I have tried from TNF to date. Hope that helps.
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5 5

New colors and designs, but this is the same old chain ring. TNF stuck with the same build and construction as previous years with this one. This hat also sizes the same. This hat runs just slightly smaller than a traditional hat, but it is adjustable in the back with a snap back. This hat vents well and washes well. I have had these since TNF has been making them and they wash easy in the washer without deforming. I use them on my long trail runs in the mountains. They provide plenty of sun protection and they do not tend to expand and shrink like a lot of hats do with temp changes of your head. The colors don't really fade like non polyesters do. Aside from that this is a cool hat that will keep your head cool in the summer.

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