We try not to say 'bling' but damnit, sometimes we just can't help it.
The wide peripheral vision of the Von Zipper Dojo Goggle will have you spotting landings long before you could in that lame '70s scuba gear that you're rocking in the park these days. These helmet-compatible goggles sport styley thermo-polyurethane frames with silver accents, and with anti-fog-coated dual-layer lenses you'll be pointing out fake breasts and hair-pieces from half a mile.
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Anybody know what kind of helmet will fit...
Anybody know what kind of helmet will fit this goggle? most i've tried have huge gaper gaps. (the least gaper-ish i've seen so far is the pro tec b2).
thanks for any answers : )
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The Dojo goggles save me on super bright days and still work great in all conditions
The dojo's keep me zen in the backcountry for sure. Great for bright conditions and plenty good for all other weather situations (wore them in a dumping first week I had them and they definitely did their ventilicious job). Don't even get me started on the style, because they make me feel like a damn ninja.
I just got these goggles,and returned them right away. I was putting them on, and the lense fell out!. Tried putting it back in, and it wouldnt go in. Definetly sticking with oakleys.
These goggles have it all. they are a good size and look nice with or without a helmet. The fire chrome lenses look really good and the goggles preform great
What can i expect from the smoke green...
What can i expect from the smoke green chrome lense on the white satin version? Is it a good allround weather lens? Or should i go for the fire chrome as an allround lens?
Smoke Green is a very good all around lens. It is a good Mid-range lens that is better in cloudy conditions. You can use it on sunny days, but Fire Chrome is a better choice for sunny days.
Here's a breakdown the visual light transmittance (VLT) of some of the VZ lenses we offer in this goggle:
Bronze Chrome = 13% VLT
Fire Chrome = 20% VLT
Smoke Green Chrome = 32% VLT
The lower the percentage, the darker the lens tint, and the better the lens is for sunny days.
The higher the percentage, the lighter the lens tint, and the better the lens is for low visibility conditions.
Is the field of vision just as wide as...
Is the field of vision just as wide as with the feenom? The dojo seems smaller than the feenom.
The Dojo can be described as the "little brother" to the Feenom. It is roughly 10% smaller overall, but is still has a great field of vision....just smaller.
Are the lenses on the Black Satin similar...
Are the lenses on the Black Satin similar to the VZ Fenom Black Gloss' lenses?
Also when would you recommend Fire Chrome Lenses vs Bronze Chrome. I usually board afternoonish-night, which would be best?
The Black Satin Dojo comes with a Bronze Chrome lens. It is basically the same lens on the Black/Gloss Feenom, only it is made to fit the Dojo. The Bronze Chrome lens is a darker lens that is great for sunny days, and okay for cloudy days. The Fire chrome has more of an orange based look, and it is slightly lighter than Bronze Chrome. It is also good for sunny days, and overcast.
If you ride mostly in the afternoon and night I would pick up a Nightstalker blue replacement lens as a backup. That way you can have the Bronze Chrome (or Fire Chrome) for sunny days, and the Nightstaker for cloudy/night riding. Hope this helps.
Dam good goggles
Here we have some good goggles. i have the white ones. they fit really nice on yr face and perfect under helmets and over helmets. the fire lens are good for funny cloudy and some what good in blizzards if you buy these goggles make sure to buy a extra lens like the blue ones for more foggy and blizzard and night riding days