The Scott amplifier is my favorite all around lens. The light needs to be really flat before the contours of the hill become obscured. It looks like the smith rc36 from the outside, but from the inside its the closest I've seen to a polarized effect with more light transmission than a typical polarized lens. That said, I couldn't get any scotts to fit with my giro fuse, so I'm stuck with a prodigy. Anyway, I find anything but rose to brown tints distracting so for a dedicated flat light lens I stick with the scott light amplifier or the smith sensor mirror.
post #31 of 35
12/14/08 at 7:06am