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Oh boy, another one of these sales. Just some comments on the products they sell:

Skip the OTGs. They're junk. Skip the helmet too - pay a little more for something that's not Chinese junk if you're going to actually wear a helmet. Buy the magnetic spherical lens goggles. I have not tried the cylindrical ones, but have heard they're just so-so. Spherical is better anyways.

These are the goggles ones you want: https://www.amazon.com/OutdoorMaster-Ski-Goggles-PRO-Interchangeable/dp/B014XKTFI0

I made a post about these in the previous thread, but basically, they're a really close Chinese clone of the Anon M2, which is like a $150 goggle. Design and build is quite good, lenses are decent, but obviously chromapop or prizm or whatever else found in real $150+ goggles are better in challenging conditions.

These are sold under a few brands - Zionor, etc, and can frequently be found $30-40 on AliExpress.

Of the lens options available, I recommend the 15% blue for bright daylight, 10% gray is okay too. For challenging overcast/storm/low light conditions, I've found the 60% blue to be the best. Night ski, obviously you want the clear. Just a warning, some of the higher VLT lenses available for this goggle are utter garbage in flat light. The 60% blue is really the best out of those options.
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Oh boy, another one of these sales. Just some comments on the products they sell:

Skip the OTGs. They're junk. Skip the helmet too - pay a little more for something that's not Chinese junk if you're going to actually wear a helmet. Buy the magnetic spherical lens goggles. I have not tried the cylindrical ones, but have heard they're just so-so. Spherical is better anyways.

These are the goggles ones you want: https://www.amazon.com/OutdoorMas...B014XKTFI0

I made a post about these in the previous thread, but basically, they're a really close Chinese clone of the Anon M2, which is like a $150 goggle. Design and build is quite good, lenses are decent, but obviously chromapop or prizm or whatever else found in real $150+ goggles are better in challenging conditions.

These are sold under a few brands - Zionor, etc, and can frequently be found $30-40 on AliExpress.

Of the lens options available, I recommend the 15% blue for bright daylight, 10% gray is okay too. For challenging overcast/storm/low light conditions, I've found the 60% blue to be the best. Night ski, obviously you want the clear. Just a warning, some of the higher VLT lenses available for this goggle are utter garbage in flat light. The 60% blue is really the best out of those options.
agreeing with all this.
I got the blue he talks about, black, and clear lenses. shame that I have two frames I'll probably never use though.
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get a helmet with MIPS. i was snowboarding yesterday and someone had a helmet and a concussion. it's pretty scary. MIPS stands for multi-impact protection system. invest in your head.
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Quote from lolrofllol
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Oh boy, another one of these sales. Just some comments on the products they sell:

Skip the OTGs. They're junk. Skip the helmet too - pay a little more for something that's not Chinese junk if you're going to actually wear a helmet. Buy the magnetic spherical lens goggles. I have not tried the cylindrical ones, but have heard they're just so-so. Spherical is better anyways.

These are the goggles ones you want: https://www.amazon.com/OutdoorMas...B014XKTFI0

I made a post about these in the previous thread, but basically, they're a really close Chinese clone of the Anon M2, which is like a $150 goggle. Design and build is quite good, lenses are decent, but obviously chromapop or prizm or whatever else found in real $150+ goggles are better in challenging conditions.

These are sold under a few brands - Zionor, etc, and can frequently be found $30-40 on AliExpress.

Of the lens options available, I recommend the 15% blue for bright daylight, 10% gray is okay too. For challenging overcast/storm/low light conditions, I've found the 60% blue to be the best. Night ski, obviously you want the clear. Just a warning, some of the higher VLT lenses available for this goggle are utter garbage in flat light. The 60% blue is really the best out of those options.
Thank you for your great feedback! :-)
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get a helmet with MIPS. i was snowboarding yesterday and someone had a helmet and a concussion. it's pretty scary. MIPS stands for multi-impact protection system. invest in your head.
MIPS is good, Costco is having a sale ($10 off so $60h for the helmet and I picked one up.

Through the years, I have bought several off brand helmets (have four in the closet right now) and fortunately never needed one. But it's also sound policy to increase your safety margins especially when engaging in risky sports.

You can smack into a low branch, get hit by a skiers poles, or simply hit an icy path. The snowboard helmets help a lot as you're more likely to fall and smack the back of your head (as compared to a skier).

Helmets aren't there to save you from a 20MPH crash, but they are there to save you from a 6' fall as that's the distance from your head to the ground.

To increase protection, put on a beanie type hat for energy dissipation as well. Make sure the helmet is on snug with the chin strap attached.

All it takes is one incident and you can suffer some lifetime effects of falling or impacts during winter sports!
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Don't buy any of these.They scratch super easily.
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MIPS is good, Costco is having a sale ($10 off so $60h for the helmet and I picked one up.
this helmet?: https://www.costco.com/spy-snow-h...53954.html

i see it for $60 which is still a good deal but dont see the $10 extra off. unless you mean $60 out the door and $20 off from $80. I'll send this to my girlfriend. Thanks for letting me know to check here.
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Thanks op. Have a ski trip coming up next month. 3rd time skiing in the past 20 years, don't expect to go but maybe a few more times in my life, so this should do the trick. About the same price as renting for 3 days of helmet and goggles. Had been looking at these helmets waiting for them to go on sale. tu and rep
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get a helmet with MIPS. i was snowboarding yesterday and someone had a helmet and a concussion. it's pretty scary. MIPS stands for multi-impact protection system. invest in your head.
Agreed, even a $500 quality helmet is worth every penny. If your in the US a need to go to a ER because your China junk helmet didn't do a good job, your going to regret your decision. You can't put a price on safety.
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