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A little bit like x-ray vision.

Throw on the Polarized Smith Prophecy Goggle and see through snow. OK, so you won’t actually see through snow, but the polarized lens will isolate your vision to one spectrum of light, making high-glare days a thing of the past. The Prophecy also has a floating foam membrane at the temple so you can wear your glasses and keep them out of your brain.

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Which lens comes with this goggle?

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Over My Glasses

These are the first goggles that I have ever found that are cool AND fit over my glasses. One thing that the gear guru at Backcountry told me is to be sure to wipe a no fog cloth on my glasses (not the goggle lens). the goggles won't fog up but my glasses will. I am going to save my money and get a Prophecy Turbo Fan next.

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Jury's still out...

...only have used them once so far, snowing heavy and they fogged up pretty bad. They were recommended for flat light conditions and OTG use. I typically only use goggles for nasty conditions, I prefer sunglasses. I'll give them another try and if they don't perform, I'll return them.