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Is there anywhere to get a replacement lens for this goggle? I've searched on many different sights, but I have not found a reliable place to purchase them
February 18, 2010
you can buy direct from Von Zipper :
By: Kel Hemminger
February 19, 2010
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I wear glasses, and they are rectangle lenses not to big. They can be seen here http://www.coolframes.com/glasses/jlo-jennifer-lopez-eyewear
December 30, 2009
It is hard to say if the Bushwicks will fit over your eyeglasses for sure. The Bushwick is a medium sized frame, whereas the Dojo and Feenoms are larger frames. Just to be safe, I'd say go go with the larger Von Zipper Feenom or Dojo.
One thing to note, it is always better to wear contact lenses (if you have them) under a snowboard goggle. The reason why goggles have dual-lenses is so they don't fog up. If you wear your eyeglasses under any goggles, you increase the chances your eyeglasses will fog.
By: Brad Gobdel
December 31, 2009
I'm not really sure what you mean by "see through?" I'm assuming you mean that if you have the goggles on, can someone see your eyes through the chrome lens. If that is your question then the answer is "no." The Bronze chrome lenses have a light transmission rating of 9%, which means it blocks out 91% of visual light...meaning they are pretty dark and great for sunny day riding. Hope this helps.
By: Brad Gobdel
June 22, 2009
not at all! von zippers chrome lenses are the best!
By: Yule & Bellow
June 21, 2009
January 29, 2009
These goggles are the best! I have a very large face, and these goggles were the only ones that could actually fit them properly while still providing a great field of vision. With other goggles I've worn in the past, you can still see the frames in your peripheral vision, limiting your sight. But these do not! It's not like I'm even wearing any goggles at all! Buy these and you won't be disappointed!