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Light Sensitive Lenses ...

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...for your goggles are totally worth it. I bought a new lens for my Scott goggles, turns out I had Smith goggles so I bought a Scott frame for the lense. At $11 for a lense (with tear-off posts) verses $6, it's not a very hard jump in price to make. I was skeptical, but they actually work quite well. They take about 30 seconds to a minute to go from full light to full dark. The dark is dark enough to cut down on some pretty bad glare. I was able to run some hill climbs that faced directly into the late afternoon sun. The light is almost clear with a slight shade of yellow. They're no fog, too which is really nice.
 
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Nice, Ill have to look into it more. Just want to double check that the yellow isnt too bad? Im really not one to like to look at things in a yellow view, I know kinda weird :whoa:
 
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wow, the smith light sensitive lens i had sucked, ill have to try the scott one.
 
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The yellow tint is light enough that it doesn't make everything look yellow. The dark tint is a little bit blue, a little bit gray.
 
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OK good, I came to realize that I loose a bit of focus when its all yellow. But blue and gray...hmmm I like that combo. Thanks