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If you're looking for huge goggles, they don't come much bigger than Anon's largest, the Comrade goggle. The increased visibility of large goggles should be obvious, and the Comrade's massive spherical lenses feature a 3D curve, instead of the flat lenses found on old-school goggles. In addition to providing a grip of peripheral vision, the spherical polycarbonate lenses reduce distortion, for an unrestricted view when you're coming in hot from orbit. The low-profile frame sits snug against your face, thanks to the triple-layer face foam, and the pivoting hinge strap anchors help with helmet compatibility. Regardless of your chosen headware, the Full Perimeter Channel venting moves a ton of air to fight fogging. It pays to see everything in your path, and the Comrade is proof.

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  • Spherical polycarbonate UV blocking lens
  • Full Perimeter Channel venting
  • Large frame for medium/large faces
  • Pivoting hinged strap anchor for helmet compatibility
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Very disappointed!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have the White/red solex version of this Comrade goggle. I have only used them this past weekend in Austria. First day was sunny as could be and fairly fresh powder and above freezing and they did ok (look great) but preformed below my expectations. They fogged and water got between the lenses. Day 2 had a all day snow of 30-40cm and below freezing. we were only riding backcountry and water got between the lenses and froze. spent the day trying to ride with no goggles.

My big face

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Picked a pair of these up for Christmas and they're a great set of lenses. My only gripe is that they aren't wide enough for my face since I have a huge head and they have a tendency to fog when it's below freezing. I owned a pair of EG2 which were better suited for me I guess.

Does it have the gap to fit glasses?

Does it have the gap to fit glasses?