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post #61 of 63

I've heard a lot of people are underwhelmed by the smith photochromics. You're better off just using the ignitors in variable conditions. If you know it's going to be overcast pop in your sensor lens at the beginning of the day. You can keep your extra lenses in the car and if the weather drastically changes you can swap it out at lunch. I've never been in a situation where I needed to physically carry the lenses with me. Plus the ignitors seem to work pretty damn well in almost all conditions.

post #62 of 63

I borrowed a friends photochromatic goggles back in the mid-80's.  Conditions went from bright sunny, to overcast, to night skiing - and I was the only one who wore goggles the entire day - and loved it.

post #63 of 63
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Originally Posted by ILOJ View Post
 

I borrowed a friends photochromatic goggles back in the mid-80's.  Conditions went from bright sunny, to overcast, to night skiing - and I was the only one who wore goggles the entire day - and loved it.

And that was in the eighties. Technilogy has evolved a bit since then, so I think they're even better now. 

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