These goggles are significantly smaller than the more popular models by Oakley, Spy, or Dragon, and as a result have a smaller field of vision, but what can be seen is super clear. So, if you are looking for a lower profile goggle, these are them. I have the Platinum Mirror lenses which are great on a bluebird day, but i must admit, are less than ideal for flat light and overcast days. I would recommend the Oakley H.I. Amber or Yellow Polarized in those conditions. (See my review of those in the Crowbar.) One other minor gripe is that for helmets that try to hold the goggle strap right at the back, the strap has a rather large clip preventing one from sliding it into the slots. Also, there is no rubber strip on the underside of the strap to hold it to the helmet. All in all, I would recommend these goggles, but I am sure they will be taking a back seat to my Oakley Crowbars most days of the season.