Thanks for the tips: I purchased the Airbrakes and had em shipped to Switzerland. Found a smoking deal and got an extra lens as well. No more lugging around three pairs of goggles in the back pack. Used them for the first time this past week in Austria at St. Anton am Arlberg on a very low visibility, stormy day so switched out the fire iridium and used the persimmon lens. Color was ok, but am planning on ordering the High Intensity Yellow as well to see if that will be better for such days.
Goggle fit great with my helmet and my big melon. Peripheral vision was solid. Was amazed throughout the day by what I could see. Enjoyed having a completely larger area of visibility. Goggle was also super comfortable and I experienced no nasal pressure. Lens did start to fog a bit while standing still waiting for a friend and while cruising up on the gondola with 30+ other people. Soon as I started down the mountain the lens cleared up immediately (Thanks Oakley engineers)! AWESOME! Just awesome.
So far, so ggggGREAT. Highly recommend.
Spend the extra $$$. Goggles are worth it.
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Hey there all.
Have had several goggles over the years and most have had the same problem...condensation and fogging up. Whether Smith, Dragon, Oakley or Spy, it never fails. I sweat a good deal normally (which I have hated my entire life...but can't change), and it has always been a challenge when searching for gear that it had good breathability. The Oakley A-frames worked decent, but want anyones advice on some goggles that provide good visibility and breathability.
Saw these. Look good.
Any comments or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks in advance.