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January 26, 2010
First off these goggles look mad steezy. I had them in black/white photog and got plenty of compliments on the slopes. The sensor mirror does well in low light, that is when they arent fogged up. I never had a pair of goggles fog this much even when i was a grom wearing scotts. Maybe i had a defective pair cus every other reviewer said they dont fog at all. Whatever the case if you care more about form than function these goggles are for you. Sticking with my Von Zipper Feenoms.
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May 1, 2009
I have last years pair and they are one of my fave goggles! Mine came with true chrome (not see thru) lenses and a bonus amber night lense. The hinged strap is good cause it looks good with or without a helmet. The top of the lense has a little slide lever that slides left and right to open the vents way open or completly closed. Def helps reduce fogging. The fit is great for my med size noggin. No complaints at all with these. I would have been willing to pay over $100 for these!! Get them!!!
for which conditions do you take the orange mirror? And is it full mirrored or still slightly see through?
December 30, 2009
It is for all conditions but does best in sunny to partly cloudy. If people look close they will just slightly be able to see your eyes.
January 3, 2010
September 26, 2009
After 13 years of riding resorts and hiking backcountry I have used goggles from Spy, Dragon and Oakley. I stayed away from Smith (not sure why) until last year when another Oakley lens was ruined due to trying to wipe snow out after a fall. The worst thing on the hill is fog an lack of peripheral vision. A buddy of mine who gets flow from Smith lent me a pair of these to use for a day and on the way home I bought a pair. I used them for about 18 days before the season was over.They are so solid. They fit nice and close to your head (not like bulky Oakley and Spy) they never fog and you can clean the inside without ruining the fog protection unlike spy and oakley. The Dragons are the most similar but for the price of the Fuse, this will out live the others and give you some extra cash for a beer after the day is over.
are the red mirror lenses see through at all, cuz on the pic they look kinda see through...
November 29, 2009
Wearing them you can see fine. From someone else's point of view you cannot see the person's eyes wearing them if thats what you meant.
By: Mark Cape
December 16, 2009
The Sencor Mirror is a rose pink tinted low/flat light lens suitable for riding in overcast, rainy, snowy or night conditions.
It has 70% light transmission and the mirror is see-through from the outside so people are able see what you are looking at.
By: Sebastian Hansen
November 19, 2009
July 17, 2009
Bought these goggles last season. I got em' in white adaption with the sensor mirror and they are dope as hell. The goggles are really flexy and durable so you don't have to worry about breakin these suckas. They never fog up so you don't have to worry about not being able to see halfway down your run. Overall, they're a sick pair of goggles that get lots of good feedback on the slopes, are comfy as hell, and keep your face and eyes free from harsh wind and snow,