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Maybe extreme sledding wasn't such a good idea, especially since you landed and slid twenty feet on your face. Good thing you had your Hawkeye goggles on to protect your eyeballs, and thank goodness for the Hawkeye Replacement Goggle Lens.

  • Tru-V polycarbonate lens yields 100% UV protection and exceeds ANSI Z87.1 impact test standards
  • Injected Spherical lens combines de-centered technology with a lens curvature that mimics the curvature of the human eye for superior optics
  • Dual lens construction ensures proper climate control between the lenses and your face to keep vision clear in all conditions
  • Lens is treated with Anon's premium anti-fog coating
  • Solar Shield Technology (only featured on Anon's mirrored lenses) is a highly durable, scratch-resistant coating

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Fogged

The lens was easy to fit, but fogged almost immediately. Probably due to the goggle frame and poor ventilation rather than the lens, but either way, this goggle lens combo in cold humid weather wasn't great, as wiping the inside of the lens isn't good for it.

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Will these fit 2010 frame goggles?

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Will these fit 2010 frame goggles?

Will this fit the 2012 and 2013 models?

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Will this fit the 2012 and 2013 models?

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Hi Cheepa,

Yes, the frame of the goggle has not changed from the 2012 to 2013 model.

Good to go.