(tl;dr: Please suggest two lenses, polarized one for bright sun and non-polarized for flat/low light, and frames that can swap lenses easily.) Hey everybody! Long time Oakley fan but first time poster here. I'm a pretty serious skier and I'm looking to finally get a decent pair of goggles, so of course I look to Oakley. I know this post is long, but I'd really appreciate it if you could help me get the best goggles because I ski a lot and want nothing less than the best! Absolute musts for me are polarized lenses and frames with which you can easily swap out lenses (I am buying two). I have a fairly large head (7+5/8" - 7+3/4" hat size) so roomier frames would be ideal. Anti-fog and aesthetics are mostly insignificant. Splice frames seem like my best choice because they are the only ones that satisfy easy lense swapping and polarized lenses as well as fitting larger heads. Should I consider any others? For bright sun, I want something that blocks out a lot of light (all of my sunglasses are 9% black iridium polarized), but is also polarized and cuts down on glare and improves contrast. Among all available snow lenses, I am leaning towards the 19% Fire Iridium polarized with the 14% VR28 polarized in a close second. Dark Grey polarized and High Intensity Amber polarized don't seem as ideal. What do you guys think? For flat light, I want versatile lenses (probably not polarized) that will function well in low light heavily overcast to blizzard conditions, as well as medium light mostly cloudy/flat conditions with no direct sun. Depth perception and contrast with are vital, while glare reduction and moderate/mild tint are also relevant. The 63% High Intensity Persimmon seems ideal. 83% High Intensity Yellow also seems viable but I don't have a feel for how these tint levels compare. I do realize brightness perception is logarithmic so it probably won't make a huge difference, but I'd appreciate it if anyone could shed some light on how they compare. Any other lenses you might recommend for this? Any opinions or testimony on anything I've mentioned would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for taking the time to read.