Spy Raider Ski Goggles
- Material: 100% plastic
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Spy optic raider snow goggle available in SPY plus POW blue contact (plus bronze). Raise the flag, get ready to plunder, and unsheathe this oversized cylindrical goggle with a vengeance. Massive Scoop vents and a bonus lens give you the edge in any situation. The Raider is custom built from a flexible polyurethane frame and features patented Scoop ventilation system, anti-fog cylindrical dual-lens system with anti-scratch protection, a free bonus lens, triple- layer Isotron face foam with moisture-wicking Dri-Force fleece, silicone-ribbed strap, 100 percent UV protection, is available with SPY'S Flight Strap and is helmet compatible with the most popular helmets on the planet. Comes in large size. One size fits all.
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If changeing the lenses was easier they would have got an easy 5 stars.
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They color doesn't change when you look in the goggles (which I like). If you do like this, you can: 1. Change it to the persimmon lens. OR 2. Buy a different COLORED lens. I have not tried these, but I think that they probably change the color for snow texture definition. It also does not fog AT ALL.
- Look very nice ;)
- Doesn't change the color of the snow.
- Fits nice, and large.
- NO FOG
- Extra lens
- Umm.... maybe they're a little pricy but I can't think of anything else as of now.
***I WILL UPDATE WHEN I'VE HIT THE SLOPES IN A FEW WEEKS****
But for now, HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
If you're looking for a "step up" from the $10 goggles you have now, click the add to cart button now.
Happy skiing/boarding. 8D -o-o-
UPDATE MARCH 16TH
I tried them out today at our local slope, and they worked great. After finishing a rail and crashing into a friend (smashing them into the snow,) hitting trees and branches (rough day, huh?) they finished the day with only one small, non-noticeable scratch. The only reason I saw it was because I was looking for one. Also, I'd like to point out that it is very nice that it comes in the bag that it does. The bag is meant to clean the goggles. (As opposed to using your shirt, paper towel...) Either of those will just end up scratching your lens. The bag it comes with acts as a cloth for cleaning the goggles (Very handy). For a SUPER clean, you can buy some glasses cleaner (available at a glasses store, wall mart...).
The only complaint I have so far is that they are very flat goggles. Since they have such a massive scope of view, it stretches from the top of my forehead to the bottom of my nose. Needless to day, there is some curve in my head. Unfortunately, the raider goggles do not curve with my head. This allows wind to get in either above or below my goggles. I solved this by wearing a hat under my helmet (A face mask would be better) and pushing them down, so as to block out the wind from the bottom. This solved the problem. Looking at Spy Optic's "Platoon Goggles", they do seem to have more of a curved frame. I don't know though, I've never tried them.
Summary: So far, so good. Almost no complaints, still HIGHLY recommend. Leave voting feedback and comment if you have any questions!
GO BIG OR GO HOME
- They look really cool
- The frame is molded rubber material so they bend: This is good and bad imo. They seem like they could take a beating and get smashed and not break. On the other hand they seem a little bit "cheap"
- They come with a spare lens. Nice
- The packaging was coming apart when i got them
- They come with a nice orange bag to carry them in
- The band/elastic is quite large. I had to reduce it down quite a bit and this leaves some of the strap hanging off/out
- Field of vision seems pretty good. Although the lens they come with (Silver mirrored in mine) is pretty dark