I'm probably going to try some new Smith goggles.
I've only been able to find some i/o's locally to check out... will make a run to see the knowledge and prodigy.
I want to ge a goggle that 1) resists fogging, and unfogs quickly, and 2) has the best field of view.
I'm having trouble determining from Smith's site which goggles have the best FOV. They mark goggles for fit (medium, medium/large, and large), but I don't know that that correlates to the FOV.
At the moment, I'm thinking the Knowledge, I/O, or Prodigy. Anyone who's had at least two of the three who can comment on FOV?
As for fogging, I may opt for a turbo fan model (i can get a bit of a discount...so this ain't as sharp a bite as it could be :). I despise when I'm skiing in Utah on a heavy snow day, and within two hours, you can not keep the goggles from fogging. In the past, it's normally a combination of the foam on the top vents being soaked with water/snow, and my Boeri shorty riding directly on the goggle. If they fit, I'm going to get a Smith Variant Brim to alleviate part of this problem...but I still want the goggle to be as fog-resistant as possible.
Finally, lenses... if I understand correctly, the Sensor is good for flat light and snowing, while the Ignitor is for bright sun, etc. Do either of these lenses give good flat light/heavy snow vision while still being ok for full-on sun?