Reviewed by The Critic from Boulder Colorado on Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Used them for the first time and the visibility was clear through the yellow lens inclided. These are a real pain in the butt to change out though, no way you are going to accomplish this on the Mountain or lift!! To get the lens in and out you have to pull the googles from the bottom and top and there are little "posts" embedded inside the goggles track thataccept the new lens. Took me about 35 minutes to get the low light red lens out and the yellow lens in. I figure with some practice I could get it down to about 15 minutes, but it is a nightmare. Other than that the goggles performed much better than the Giro's that I sent back. No problems with fogging the first time out and the visibility and lack of fogging were a welcome surprise. I would suggest these to a friend, for the price they are wicked decent, might be able to find replacement lens for this older model on the manufacturers website.