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brett33 11-17-2011 10:30 AM

Quiksilver Hubble Goggles
 
I'm trying to decide which pair to go with. I love these goggles and the fit is unreal. My problem is, I'm going to be riding in a variety of conditions and want a lens that will preform well in just about anything. The two options I have for the Hubble's are red and blue. Any opinions/ thoughts?

Here's a little video about them...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_guOIqYCqVo

behindtheboat 11-18-2011 9:00 AM

i would presume the majority of your days are hopefully sunny and bluebird. go with the one's best for your eyes, and what the majority of your riding will be in. Or go with Oakleys which have better lens technology in my opinion, and you can swap the lenses.

brett33 12-07-2011 11:53 AM

went with the Electric EG2's. Really pleased.

http://www.tactics.com/electric/eg25...ed-chrome-lens

Shooter 12-07-2011 12:13 PM

I have never found a pair of goggles that the lenses swap easily and changing them out can scratch the lens. If you price goggles, the lenses are about 90% of the cost...I always carry two set...one dark for bluebird and one with little tint or yellow for flat light. I find that I personally end up using my low light goggle more than the bluebirds. I like the Oakleys because they don't fog easily.

Slackinjack 12-08-2011 9:31 AM

Smith I/O's are great for changing out lenses easily
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-6dnWkhPCg

deltagrubber 12-09-2011 12:23 PM

Oakely's Airbrake is killing everyone else in the pre-xmas shopping frenzy. I went with the Fire/persimmon lens package for bright and flat light conditions. They say this new lens swap is the easiest ever, lever design and won't bend the lens. at $220 a pr, its like buying 2 sets...:rolleyes:
We'll see!!


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