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Uvex G.GL 9 Recon Goggles
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Bought the Uvex downhill 2013 first but found the corners a bit of a problem being a bit to square and the strap having to stretch round the edge of the lid where the opening is to the goggle.

The GL 9 is a very plush comfy fit, double glazed lens that is sphericaly designed so it does not disrupt your view and stays fog free which clip around the top and bottom and have a turn lock on each side so its secured in very well.
The strap goes round the lid to the goggles perfecly and has knobbles of rubber to prevent strap slip
MOD Recon ready to but i doubt il buy this feature
Id give it a 5* rating for sure they fit my giro remedy lid perfectly


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are they Skiing ones? how much was they?

i have oakley and fox ones which work ok but fog up some times.
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"Deadpool2e" Wrote:are they Skiing ones? how much was they?

i have oakley and fox ones which work ok but fog up some times.

I checked the Uvex site and these were listed in the bike products section.
They cost me £63 from crc  Smile which have amazing discount codes atm

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...elID=86695
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Out of stock till Jan though. The Recon bit sounds like a good idea,  but probably more suited to skiing I would have thought as there is no way you'dhave time to look at stats bbatting down a DH MTB trail, whereas skiing you'd have more time.
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