on March 9, 2012
I got these on sale with the sensor lens which is great for the PNW cloudy ski days, and not bad on sunny days. The fit is great and I actually had room to fit my glasses behind it on occassion when I forget my contacts. The goggles are comfortable around the face with a soft fleece like material, and the rubberized material on the back of the strap holds it in place well on my helmet without sliding up and down. On wet rainy days - its just too much for the venting and the inside of the goggle can fog up. They do make a turbo fan version to really blow out the moisture if necessary. lense can be changed/replaced with different tints, mirrored lenses tend to scratch easy. Overall been happy with mine, for a combination of form, fit, function and comfort. Ding one star for how easy it is to scratch the lens.
on December 17, 2012
I have a wide head...hate to admit it but i do...i tried several goggles, electric, anon, oakley, and smith. Smith are the only ones who seem to fit me under the cheek bone and across my nose. These were $110 on sale for under $50 shipped!