You won't want to take them off.
Spy designed the Bias to give folks with smaller faces a high-performance, better-fitting goggle. This is the smaller version of the revolutionary Spy Soldier goggle. The flexible frame provides a snug fit to keep air out and prevent eye-watering. The anti-fog, anti-scratch dual lenses feature a spherical shape to reduce distortion, and the patented Scoop System eliminates fogging. Spy also gave the Bias triple-layer face foam for all-day comfort.
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Great for pretty much everyone
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought an older model of these, and loved them. They never fogged, they fit my face perfectly, and they never really let any air or snow in.
Now I've also got the Spy Soldiers, Anon M1's, and the Anon Hawkeye's (which are fairly similar to these, just a little more simplified).
what is the name of the White spy goggles...
what is the name of the White spy goggles with aqua written spy and aqua lined outline on the front please
The goggle on this page is from 2011, we do have the 2012 Spy Bias goggles available and in stock still. I checked all our current inventory for SPY goggles, and we didn't have anything that matched your description. It could be an older model or style that we have sold out of. You might check the SPY website for the most current offerings, but we didn't have anything that quite matched your description.
Great first pair!
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Having never owned goggles before (and being a novice skier), I did not want to spend a fortune on my first pair of goggles. I found these and after reading reviews that they are great for smaller faces (mine is nearly kid-sized), I took the plunge. I'm glad I did! They fit great, with or without helmet. They have never fogged up and fit comfortably on my face. (I've even gotten a few compliments!) I've worn them for both day and night skiing (I have the rose tint) and they did really well. I didn't have any issues. I would absolutely get these again!
Are the suitable for night riding?
Are the suitable for night riding?
Bias is go!
I purchased the laced/bronze w/gold mirror lens - they fit great. These lenses are awesome - no squinting on those fab blue-bird days.
imagine how cool they'd look if I weren't wearing a bison on my head!
spy bias persimmon
Great goggles! Bought them for lower light conditions and they are wonderful. A good all around lens color, worked great in all light conditions
i've been sporting the Bias for the last 2 winters and they have been awesome. Lenses are easy to change out depending on the conditions. They don't fog up on me... and most of all, they look sweet.
I have a narrow face--so narrow that I often resort to kids goggles for swimming. These, however, are great. The awesome Backcountry staff guided me to them when I asked about narrow goggles, and I'm super happy with me choice
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Biased...and with good reason!
Spy+ Bias goggles are the best goggles! Never had a problem with them and own several pairs just because of the awesome colors they come in.
I LOVE these! I really do... but problem is; I am an instructor, and I am always putting these over my eyes, then taking them off, repeat the whole evening (yes, I do the evening lessons, mostly, some daytime). I find that my head is a tad too small for the straps, and because of the Large (but cute) logo, I can't adjust them any tighter. That's my only gripe with these goggles. Otherwise, they're awesome. Night or day, and both lenses are adequate for my needs.
I LOVE these! I really do... but problem is; I am an instructor, and I am always putting these over my eyes, then taking them off, repeat the whole evening (yes, I do the evening lessons, mostly, some daytime). I find that my head is a tad too small for the straps, and becuase of the Large (but cute) logo, I can't adjust them any tighter. That's my only gripe with these goggles. Otherwise, they're awesome. Night or day, and both lenses are adequate for my needs.
biased but in a good way.
i have the gold mirror lens and are a great sunny day goggle. they fit well with my G9 helmet and have had no fitment or fogging problems so far.
Best out there!
You are a refined man, you don't go for the huge goggles, the baggy pants, the jacket 4 sizes to big for you. You're looking for some goggles that look respectable, a face fitting goggle that isn't going to cover your nose and mouth as well. You happen to come upon Dogfunk and end up on this page. You look at the classic whites with the mirror lens and you fall in love. You divorce your wife, buy these goggles, match them with your slim fitting gear and you hit the slopes. You're on the lift with two "Bag Heads", they see your goggles and realize their mistake on buying Oakleys. They whip out their iPhones and snag a pair from Dogfunk. You may not have changed the world, but you got a sick pair of goggles and helped a couple of guys learn from their mistakes.
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Best Goggles I have ever owned
I have the brat goggles with the persimmon lenses. They rock!! I have always had trouble finding goggles to fit my smaller face and these were great. My other goggles have all fogged up - no matter what i tried to make them not fog up. These didn't fog up once. The persimmon lenses made everything so clear and all the terrain was easy to see. I was skiing in and out of shadows, into bright sun light and ever once did I have an issue with clarity. I love them and have recommended them to others that are looking for a great goggle.
I'm a guy with a more "oval" shaped face than the traditional earth shaped round head. Also, I wear the Bern Baker helmet which has a low visor really limiting me on what type of goggles I can use. As such, I tried out the Spy Bias goggles and the quality of the padding, amazing airflow to prevent fogging, and low clearance all work well with my helmet helping me sport some cool goggles while still being safe on the slopes. Would highly recommend!
Bitter Then Sweet
I got these goggles (Minty White) for $40, so for That price... these were a good choice.When i first got these they smushed my nose a bit too..But after a few runs i didn't realize it, i think the padding formed more to my nose after a few uses.Besides that they feel good against my face, and match up well with my Red Mutiny helmet.The ventilation is good too.