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    I sorted the list low to high, I am not a ski gear expert, so have fun Smilie
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    EddieM1236 asked this question on 03-04-2021 at 07:55 PM
    03-08-2021 at 07:52 AM
    It's unisex for small faces. Women are usually the target demographic because of the size. I/O without the "S" is what most men wear.

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    4D Mags for $180? Yes please
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    Thanks for the deal, picked up a youth helmet in orange and a set of goggles for my kid just learning to ski. Great deal on both
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    I love my smith sunglasses. How would the goggles work for dirt biking in the desert? Is there something specific that makes them snow goggles?
    Not sure, but they might get hot? Pretty sure that my ski goggles were always more insulated and my moto goggles had more breathability for when you get hot.
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    Habanero..... Do they have Sriracha ???
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    Quote from Tumbleweed7200 :
    I love my smith sunglasses. How would the goggles work for dirt biking in the desert? Is there something specific that makes them snow goggles?
    The mirrored goggles can scratch somewhat easily. Can't imagine the hell they'd go through in the desert.
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    Quote from Bushman311 :
    4D Mags for $180? Yes please
    they all OOS Frown
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    Quote from Rookies1000 :
    The prices is inflated in the site.
    you new here? If you can't find a better deal, then it's a deal. adios
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    Quote from Rookies1000 :
    The prices is inflated in the site.
    Looks fine to me. What price are you referring to?
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    In for a Vantage, $166.92 w/ tax in NY, Thanks OP!
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    As of 00:02 HRs, goggles are OOS.
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    Quote from guyrelax :
    you new here? If you can't find a better deal, then it's a deal. adios
    So you consider a 3060 TI for $1,000+ a deal?
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    Quote from Tumbleweed7200 :
    I love my smith sunglasses. How would the goggles work for dirt biking in the desert? Is there something specific that makes them snow goggles?
    Most snow are dual lens compared to single lens for dirt bikes. Not sure if it is for fogging or what.
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    Quality gear. Smith is good stuff. If i needed something, i would definitely get at these prices
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    Tracer goggles
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    Quote from Tumbleweed7200 :
    I love my smith sunglasses. How would the goggles work for dirt biking in the desert? Is there something specific that makes them snow goggles?
    I do ride a bike, but its a street bike so I dont' really wear goggles with it. As such, I have more experience with snow goggles from snowboarding.

    Basically all snow goggles are double paned with a foam filter between the lenses to help prevent fogging. The air barrier between the lenses helps keep the internal lens warm even though the outer lens is exposed to subfreezing temperatures. The amount of venting is limited so that just enough air flows over the internal lens to keep it clear of moisture without making your eyes/face too cold.

    Some motocross goggles do this, but there is not as much of a need since most people do not go dirt-biking in very cold weather. As such, motorcross goggles can manage with single paned lenses with larger vents in the frames for higher air flow to prevent fog. The nicer motorcross goggles I have seen are double paned, and many models of goggles/lenses serve just fine as either snow or motorcross goggles.

    However, take note that some snow goggle models have evolved to massive lenses and frames that would not fit beneath a motorcross helmet and that some of the lens shade choices for snow wouldn't make much sense for a sunlit dirt track.
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