The last word on fog- and distortion-free vision.
Spy's Omega Goggles combine stealthy lines with an oversized dual-pane lens to give you a panoramic view of your winter playground. The 100% UV-protected, polycarbonate dual-lenses are machine sealed to keep moisture out, and depressurized to riding altitude so they don't distort your vision on the mountain. Spy's Scoop ventilation system forces air inside, driving heat and moisture out to keep your goggles from fogging up. The Omega Goggles' flexible frame conforms to most face sizes, and features a moisture-wicking fleece lining to keep the connection dry.
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I am looking for Big size google bc I have...
I am looking for Big size google bc I have big face than ordinary people. I heard Spy omega and Elcectric EG2, Von zipper Dojo series, Anon realm are bigger than other series in each other brands. Would you choose the best one which is well-fitted big face man? I really wanna get an answer~
I wish I could agree
When I first got these in the mail I was soooo stoked to try them out. When I took them to the hill, it was another story. First few laps they started to build up condensation on the inside and then completely froze over so I couldn't see a thing. Maybe it was the ones I got, but they were not great at all. Sooo glad I bought a pair of Zed's along with these. So needless to say I sent them back for a pair of Soldiers, and in my opinion a better choice. They are great goggles for optical clarity, aslong as they don't fog and freeze. Fit was nice, perripheral vision was top notch, and they can take a beating(Frame is made of a super flexy plastic). If you do not have a larger face tho, I wouldn't go with these as they run pretty big
Gets the job done, if you find them cheap
Picked these up at a little below half price from Whiskey Militia in the DCP Signature colorway. Good goggle in general, and the yellow mirror lens works more or less as advertised: good for partly-sunny to overcast. On a bluebird day things can get a little bright, but the yellow tint really is pretty solid for flatter light. The face foam is good, and the fit is comfortable with or without a helmet (big nose, big head, medium-sized face otherwise). The frame material is softer than what I'm used to from Smiths, which I guess might help it conform to my face a bit better. The strap pills pretty badly and the sewn-on logos started coming off pretty quickly. Fogging is probably a bit worse than my Smith Fuses, but not too bad. In the end, these goggles have ended up being a backup beater pair for work, and definitely haven't replaced my Fuses for every day use, but if you can get them for cheap they are absolutely more than adequate.
got these in white with the spectra lens and i love them. super light, lots of padding, and no pinching. the little vents really help with the fogging. no complaints.
Pretty damn snazzy
i got the black with the mirror lenses and they fit amazing. They fit perfectly around my nose, unlike my electrics before that used to pinch it. The strap has some kinda gripping on the inside of it also so they will stay pretty secure to your dome also. The vents work wonders and haven't had a single issue with my lenses fogging up.
All in all, the best pair of goggles i've ever owned
too big for girls face
as a girl, i thought this goggle was too big for my face. should have gotten a different spy goggles. Returned it.
Some good gogs
I really don't have anything negative to say about these goggles. Anyone who has had spy products knows that they are better than other brands because of their construction. After owning smith, dragon, electric, bolle, and one or two more companies Spy still has yet to be beat in quality. The lens is nice and even as the sun goes down the mirror lens isn't too terrible in low light conditions. I've smashed the face a few times already and there hasn't been any cracks or anything so I am stoked about that one. If I had a slight complaint it might be that there is almost a little too much padding, but its just a nitpick.
Love these goggles
I bought the Spy DCP Omega Signature Goggle a year ago. They don't fogged, keep my face warm and work in almost any condition. I don't remember the exact type of lens that I have but it's slightly tinted yellow with a little bit of a reflection. I agree that in dim lighting they don't bring out the features and shadows as much but even when I remove the goggles I have trouble seeing under those conditions. 90% of the time I see just fine with them. I don't think any one lens can be perfect all the time.
They fit perfectly in my giro g10 helmet, pretty much blocking all wind on the upper half of my face.
Do these goggles look good on girls?
Do these goggles look good on girls?
What doesn't look good on a girl? =)
From a guys perspective... I go by the vibe things give off and to me, These would give off the vibe that your pretty good, can hang out in the park without any problems though your still learning to do some more advance stuff, and that you also hit groomers and powder from time to time. They don't give off the vibe of Hot, Cute, or Snowbunny. There to flashy to be cute, Beanie + Goggle combo really gives off "Ive got skill" Vibe and there is no way this a snowbunny goggle. Im not sure how to girls look HOT in snowboarding gear though... Maybe riding in a bikini?
Any way that is my opinion.
Not sure what your go for vibe wise with your goggles but good luck finding the ones that fit your personality =)
Well they are suuuper huge goggles and I wouldnt say that they will make you look 'cute'. But if you want a 'cute' goggle, go for more of a Spy Zed or a Dragon DX/DXS. But yeah I think they wouldn't look bad on a girl at all. But like I said, they do run larger than other goggles so keep that in mind
they are physically bigger than the Zeds but feel lighter on the face (if that makes any sense) they give you a nice panoramic view. they dont have the metal inserts making them "weaker" but I'd still recommend them.
Pretty good... if you find 'em on sale
I got these on sale last year and used them in all conditions (bright light, dim light, real blizzards, fake snow-making). They held up to everything well, and would rarely fog up.
The only cons I found are in dim lighting, when colors and shadows are really hard to make out; night boarding with these is pretty perilous.
Great for park
these are great park goggles, they have an extremely wide view so you have great vision out of these. and they are very light weight. but i took them out of the park one day and ate it off a drop ended up breaking the lens and the top of the frame..
bottom line great for the park.. if you want an all mountain goggle go for the Spy ZED
Ya I bought these back in november and I've used 'em about 6 or 7 times..all the way from 45 degrees down to like 10..from blizzards to night skiing, and I have no complaints..the reflecto lens works great..I get no frost problems unless I tuck my face mask under the gogs, but they do have a tendency to scratch..
I own a similar pair of goggles with the mirror lenses. I use the mirror lenses only in those really nice sun shinny days. They are perfect for the bright times, show the definition in the snow like a champ. But they work very poorly in the fog and low light. And its hard to go night skiing too. Another draw back of the mirror lenses of mine is they tend to scratch really easy. But other than that i would still go with spy. Good optic brand.
not so great :(
i've come to trust SPY as a reliable company. but after purchasing these i might have to change my mind. these goggles fit and feel great on my face and there are no pressure points. nice wide vision and perriferal is wicked!!! now the one thing that is a GREAT problem to me is that they dont vent well at all. the condensation builds up in the goggle and then freezes :( not good at all!!!! maybe its just the ones i got but i wouldn't reccomend these as a good buy, especially for the price. luckily i bought a pair of ZED's and they are wicked. or maybe its just the permission lenses that came with my omegas that makes them not so good??? i dunno, but they dont perform well in even -5c temp. go for the ZED or the SOLDIERS. or spend about the same and get a pair of DRAGON MACE