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whats better for daytime, sunny days? red spectra or blue?
and whats a good color for cloudy, night riding?
December 25, 2011
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Two ques: How are the peripherals on these goggles and what color are the SB goggles?
December 1, 2011
do the occult persimmon lenses listed above have the red fire mirrored lens as they appear in the picture or is it a different/ different looking lens?
November 17, 2011
Anything with "spectra" in the lens name will have that finish on the lens.
By: spy rep
November 29, 2011
By: Leslie Byers
October 13, 2011
"Skinner is a self-taught artist from Sacramento, California who has meticulously crafted a balance of extraordinary mural work, mighty powerful wall to wall installations and a prolific commercial career. Influenced by 80s pop culture, human struggle, myths and violence dungeons and dragons and the heavy metal gods, Skinners mind is one full of mayhem fueled by a calculated chaos." -theartofskinner.com
Check out his work on the new Trevor -Spy + Skinner Goggles
Are these only for adults? Or can a kid wear them...???
By: Brendan W.
January 12, 2011
These are designed for adults with a medium sized face. But it just depends on the actual face size of the kid. If he or she is in their teens, these could fit just fine. In case you are interested, we do carry Spy youth goggles at the following link:
Women's goggles are another place to look for small frame sizes:
By: Leslie Byers
January 27, 2011
What light conditions would these be best for? Am looking at the bronze lens and want something for daylight use. Thanks!
November 13, 2009
Kylie is right- these are perfect for day riding- bring another pair if you're evening/nightboarding
By: Dave Bowen
December 16, 2009
Bronze chrome or just bronze?
Either way those would be perfect for midday riding. Bronze lenses do suck around closing time cause the flight light is pretty bad (just a heads up) BUT What is one hour of discomfort compared to all day of looking good?
Bronze will let in more light then Bronze chrome but wont be reflective.
(I am sorry if i didnt make it clear. You can also go to (I couldnt find it on the Spyoptical.com site) )http://www.electricvisual.com/goggle-technical-information/
That is a great place to show what lense colors go great with what type of situation
It tells you about VLT (Visual Light transmittance) And gives all the right information about picking out the lense color your looking for
Hope that helps
November 15, 2009
August 23, 2010
When all the manufacturers of goggles are going oversized, Spy tried a different approach to practical, stylish and inexpensive. And it worked, the Trevor looks good, fits good with helmets- especially Bern helmets. They're definitely a a good match for anybody with a medium to large face. You crash and they stay on due to the Silicone strip on the inside of the band. Hike in them and they don't fog, the chrome is thick but not painted on, just right. You can try to destroy them now, but they'll only come back stronger than you can possibly imagine.