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I use prizm rose in all weather conditions, flattest light to brightest sunny days and I find it works for me. It is better than my hi vis yellow for low light. I ski a lot in blizzards and fog, and don't have any problems with the lens
I used to have three different goggles, low light, intermediate for when I wasn't sure what was happening and dark for sunny days. Now just wear prizm rose for everything, 75 days this year and no problems. I know quite a few other people who do the same
It depends. I own the Prizm Sapphire as my only lens, and can attest that they are fine in low light/fog/flat. I've worn them in almost white-out conditions and I was fine. However, my eyes are really light sensitive to begin with - I wear sunglasses on cloudy days. YMMV.
Agree, last year got that exact set, the Prizm Black/Rose...have used both across ranges of light, super effective. Clearly best if you swap to the Rose for the cloudy/snowy/low light conditions, but Black Mirror does very well into low light and Rose was pretty great in brighter light. Takes a bit to swap, not really tough, but not a 2 second process, but very doable -- worth watching the videos.
I have a pair of Oakley Flight Deck XM frames with the prizm torch lens that I wear on sunny days. I have worn these on cloudy days but heard the prizm rose is even better so at the end of the season I picked up a pair of Oakley Crowbar frames with the prizm rose lens for 50% off so now I'm a Oakley goggle quiver of 2. These will be the perfect combination. I was never much of a goggle wearer until I discovered these and now I'm a convert.