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Search for item 135-SEQ-LTAMP-07 to find the Scott Sequence Snow Goggles for $20, with free shipping on $49 orders. [BizRate]

  • No Fog Anti-fog Lens Treatment, 100% UVA/UVB/UVC Radiation Protection
  • Helmet Compatible, Hypoallergenic Super Soft Face Foam, ContourFlex Frame

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      hurl3.0 Ben's cred: 293
      Posted 3:31 pm PST 11/13/06

      good rpice for some fugly goggles

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      RapidOne Ben's cred: 40
      Posted 4:07 pm PST 11/13/06

      Yeah, that's all good, but do they stop fog and snow-blindness??

      I plan to bust some major, wicked dookie's out on the slopes!

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      real_cheep Ben's cred: 74
      Posted 4:21 pm PST 11/13/06

      You're going to take a baconnaise on the ski slope?

      That's gross, dude.

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      Nivram Ben's cred: 329
      Posted 4:31 pm PST 11/13/06

      #2, I guess you missed this in Ben's description:

      100% UVA/UVB/UVC Radiation Protection

      And yes, as #3 says, pooping on the ski slope is gross!! Wink

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      bacobits Ben's cred: 108
      Posted 4:58 pm PST 11/13/06

      You guys don't know anything about grooming of ski slopes... all moguls start out as someone's good dump... then the snow piles up on top and you get the bumps... that's why you don't ever want to do a face-plant in a mogul field... Cool

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      RapidOne Ben's cred: 40
      Posted 5:16 pm PST 11/13/06

      Lol, you guys are great.


      ...although, about the fog part, I hope it actually works, as in the past I've purchased ones that don't meet their claims, and I've had to rub vasoline on the glass.

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      WaltW Ben's cred: 66
      Posted 5:50 pm PST 11/13/06

      That wasn't all you rubbed Vasoline on...

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      roomba Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 7:19 pm PST 11/13/06

      doesn't this cost about $20 too at big 5?

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      criz Ben's cred: 7
      Posted 8:10 pm PST 11/13/06

      $45 off regular price and these look like great goggles, $55 at least at Sports Authority, wishing I got these now instead of spending a ton on Oakleys,

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      vampireHD Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 8:31 pm PST 11/13/06

      I own a pair of Scott goggles and they work just fine when I'm boarding. Anything else is just overpriced.

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      Fishy Ben's cred: 7
      Posted 10:14 pm PST 11/13/06

      I was about to get these, but then noticed it has the light amplifier lens. I read up on it and it allows more light transmission than regular lenses.

      "Light Amplifier Lens: Patent No. 6,138,286

      New for this year, the Light Amplifier Lens was created in response to demands from pacific northwest skiers and snowboarders who are constantly skiing and snowboarding in very dark, moisture-laden storm conditions. The Light Amplifier Lens has been optically engineered with the same patented light transmission process as the Amplifier Lens, but allows a greater visible light transmission percentage to lighten your field of vision. The end result is astounding; truly three-dimensional contrast for those ultra-low light storm days."

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      aliron Ben's cred: 15
      Posted 11:41 pm PST 11/13/06

      So is that a good or bad thing, #11?

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      TGB Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 2:16 am PST 11/14/06

      You're better off shelling out another $20 to get better light protection when you're on the slopes. There's nothing like being blinded by the glare of the sun magnified off of the white snow and into your retinas.

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      bb Ben's cred: 3
      Posted 9:46 am PST 11/14/06

      #1, go to a store to try on a pair. Everyone's face is shaped differently so different goggles fit well on some and bad on others. As far as quality, Oakley's are pretty well built. Decent lenses too, although many would say they're overpriced.

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      8en Ben's cred: 19
      Posted 10:20 am PST 11/14/06

      Anyone remember the guy who used to post here on snowboarding deals and accessories? He'd always post about "jibbing it" and "jibbing it in jibtown" or "jib bonking" someone in the head.

      He was classic.

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      Fishy Ben's cred: 7
      Posted 11:48 am PST 11/14/06

      #12, it's a good thing if you're going to use it at a place with "dark, moisture-laden storm conditions." For places that have normal weather conditions, there are lenses that are just Amplifiers and there are Night Amplifiers for reasons that are self explanatory. I'm also looking to buy some goggles for an upcoming snowboard trip, so I'm no expert, but this information is just what I've come upon during research.

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