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Spy Raider Goggle with Free Bonus Lens

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    • Nocturnal/Gray With Black Mirrow Plus Yellow, One Size
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      $89.95
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      $89.95
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    Fog-free for your pow plundering pleasure.

    Get ready to plunder hidden powder stashes and terrorize the park in the Spy Raider Goggle. The large frame and low-profile fit give you unlimited peripheral vision and massive Scoop vents make fogged lenses a thing of the past.

    An oversized cylindrical lens sits close to your face to provide an unrestricted view of the world around you. The flexible polyurethane frame features extra-large Scoop vents for unrestricted airflow, which when combined with the anti-fog coating, ensures fog-free vision in any conditions. Isotron face foam ensures a comfy fit, and a Dri-Force fleece lining wicks away moisture. The Raider also has a silicone-ribbed strap so you never have to worry about your gogs slipping out of place, and it's compatible with the most popular helmets on the market so you can ride safely.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Cylindrical lens
    • Anti-scratch and anti-fog coating
    • Polyurethane frame
    • Triple-layer Isotron face foam
    • Dri-Force fleece lining
    • Silicone-ribbed strap
    • Helmet-compatible
    • Bonus lens included
    • Item #SPY0352

    Tech Specs

    Frame
    polyurethane
    Lens
    cylindrical with anti-fog coating
    Strap
    silicone-ribbed
    Helmet Compatible
    yes
    Ventilation
    Scoop
    Face Size
    medium to large
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Better Than Oakleys

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The best goggles i have ever owned were my Oakleys until i got these. Unlike like electric and other "cool" brands these spy google actually perform like top quality equipment as well as look cool. I have a smaller face and these fit well, no air coming form the nose or cheek like my last pair of Scotts did. The peripheral vision radius is amazing, i never see the edges of the googles. Super easy to switch out the free orange lens that was included on snowy days. Grip my helmet great, never slide. Absolutely no fog even when i intentionally fog them up, the are clean in seconds just standing outside in a snow storm. The free head cover/face mask is awesome and only made me love SPY more. I debated between about 20 different pairs of googles and 6 different manufactures and am very happy i settled on these bay boys.

    Good Goggle

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are really nice goggles. They don't fog and feel nice. I would defs recommend these for someone with a larger face though, I have a smaller head and face and they are too big as they squeeze down on my nose making it hard to breathe. And the lens is kinda shitty to change.

    Awesome Performance, Great Value

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So with I got these acouple of weeks go with some awesome guidance. Thanks Backcountry!!

    I have been riding abunch now with these goggles and swapping lens back an forth, I got the blue with the amber bonus lens. By far the amber is the best all around in the sun or in the trees great contrast. Even though the blue is cooler looking I didn't like them coming in and out of the trees not enough contrast. I do think they would be great in the open backcountry but haven't made it out there yet. oh awesome wide field of view and the venting is great.

    Is there a tint guide for the lenses with...

    Is there a tint guide for the lenses with the amount of light transmission?

    Best Answer

    Here was the best I could find, as SPY doesn't actually seem to have a chart provided for their VLT lens ranges for any goggle line, or if they do, I cannot seem to use the right search criteria and/or terminology to find that shizzle anywhere. All that notwithstanding, here we go:

    -Bronze w/ Silver Mirror (VLT 12.6%)

    -Pink Contact (VLT 22.5%)

    -Persimmon (VLT 53.1%)

    -Yellow Contact (VLT 54%)

    -Yellow (VLT 66.6%)

    -Clear (VLT 81%)

    -Yellow w/ Green Spectra (VLT 49.5%)

    -Bronze w/ Red Spectra (VLT 19.8%)

    -Bronze w/ Green Spectra (VLT 19.8%)

    - Bronze w/ Gold Mirror ( VLT 19.9%)

    -Bronze (VLT 24.3%)

    -Persimmon Contact (VLT 43.2%)

    -Blue Contact (VLT 45%)

    Found those here [http://search.spyoptic.com/search?p=Q&lbc=spyoptic&uid=882744769&ts=custom&w=Lens%20Vlt&isort=score&method=and&view=list&sli_jump=1&modaf=r:style:raiderreplacementlens]

    However, found this other set of VLT percentages [http://www.evo.com/spy-goggle-lens-color-tint-guide.aspx]

    that you should check out as well. Most of the numbers seem to match, or at least fall within a few percentage points of each other, but at other times, there are large discrepancies. I would try and cross reference those two against looking up the specific lens you want if you're that concerned.

    Hope this helps.

    hey the spy raider fit a troy lee design...

    hey the spy raider fit a troy lee design carbon d3 downhill full face helmet? and is it recommended to use these goggles for bmx riding?

    i have to wear glasses under my goggles...

    i have to wear glasses under my goggles my glasses are about 5 and a quarter inches across will these goggle fit over them?