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Buying Buying goggle lens

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I know they used to, but I don't think they still do.
Good point - who knows what still in production or not..? There are hundreds of goggle lens options out there. Many still available in stores or online.

To be honest - IMO - polarized should be banned anyway! 😂😂😂

Anything that takes away ability to see the surface of water or orientation of aircraft is dangerous 😀
 

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I couldn't find any on their site.
There may well be stuff still in production that is not on the website. Also they have old stock that isn’t on the web site but can usually be ordered by phone.

Their website is pretty crap
 

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Good point - who knows what still in production or not..? There are hundreds of goggle lens options out there. Many still available in stores or online.

To be honest - IMO - polarized should be banned anyway! 😂😂😂

Anything that takes away ability to see the surface of water or orientation of aircraft is dangerous 😀

Polarized is nice for driving and low speed water activities. Non tinted polarized lenses make ice hard to read while skiing, tinted are a bit better (light reflected off Ice gets a different color tint than the snow around it)
 

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They used to make dark grey and fire polarized for goggles at least. Fire was the least ****ty to ski with :D Afaik they were expensive too. I dislike non tinted lenses for snow...
 

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