I know there have been countless of posts and questions about the best goggles/lenses. Yet opinions are very much divided, and I would like to ask for your opinions on the best goggles and lenses.
The most important use for goggles for me is in the worst weather possible, heavy snow fall and minimum vision in terms of distance, light, and slope outlines.
I have narrowed my extensive search of reading forums and reviews for hours down to either the Smith I/O (7) or the Oakley with the Prizm lenses.
The biggest question here, is which lens is better; the Blue Sensor lens by Smith, the Rose Prizm lens by Oakley, or the Hi-Yellow lens by Oakley? There has been a similar post here 2-3 years ago, yet perhaps there are more user reviews now and a less divided general opinion.
Also I am wondering about why either goggle is, Oakley Flight Dek / Airbrake or the Smith I/O (7). ANOTHER follow-up question is, which combination would be the best for an Oakley Lens set? For example a Jade and Rose lens set.
Many questions and many possiblities, I hope there will be some consensus after a bit of discussion! Many thanks in advance :)
PS: My end goal is a goggle with 2 lenses, 1 for your average sunny / cloudy days and 1 for the worst weather situations. For example the Smith I/O 7 with the Photochromic Red lens (everyday lens) and the Blue Sensor lens (terrible weather lens).