Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA
Smith Sensor mirror
trust me if you try them you wont go back to anything else. I ahve tried Oakley(high persimmon), Spy, Scott, Rudy Project, and Zeal, nothing is close to the Sensor Mirrow.
OMG, I am fully agreeing with Bushman here, Hands down best low-light lens. This is the lens Phil is referring to as well.
FOGGING? fogging is a function of the frame as well, I use the regulator series and I also have the turbo fan which I bought 1/2 price over the summer. I thought it was hokey but I am sold, it works very well; especially when you are skiing slowly through trees and such and you don't create enough wind going throught the goggles. If you have a fogging issue, first make sure your hair isn't under the goggle frame and you don't have the goggles over your sweaty hat.