Which ones?Figured I give these a try. Already had issues with my goggles fogging. Having to wear a mask it will likely make it worse. Skis.com has the Ones on sale and I received a coupon today for another 20% off taking them down to $111. Went with the yellow lens since that is what I tended to use the most. At some point I’ll pick up a darker lense.
It's not so much that the HEET model is smaller, it's that the ABOM ONE is HUGE. I posted earlier a comparison.Aren’t the HEET models smaller? I thought I read that somewhere.
Thanks somehow I missed that. I have a large head and assumed it was a matter of size difference between them. Might just go ahead and cancel.It's not so much that the HEET model is smaller, it's that the ABOM ONE is HUGE. I posted earlier a comparison.
I would not rush to cancel, my wife and daughter have the Heet and I have the One. If you like larger goggles the One is great especially if you have a larger head.Thanks somehow I missed that. I have a large head and assumed it was a matter of size difference between them. Might just go ahead and cancel.
I know this is an old quote but, for others with a similar problem, can I recommend the 1 Day ACUVUE Moist brand contact lenses with Lacreon. I used to live by eye drops before these lenses. I wear the all day without even needing an eye drop unless something gets in my eye. I need the type for astigmatisms and they have uv blocking. I get a 90 day supply for about $100.00. What I like best is that I can switch to sunglasses if I want with no issues. I don't like carrying my RX sunglasses in my pocket. That's an expensive crunch if I land on them.@dovski , I don't have much trouble with fogging, but I do have trouble with my contact lenses drying out. I have taped over most of the vents on my goggles. Does the active defogging let them minimize the airflow past your eyes?
[Before someone asks, I am going to try a higher water content lens.]
I picked up a pair of Abom Heet Lumen Yellow goggles this summer when they were $100 off. I've now had a chance to ski them three days. I must say that these are the best goggles I have ever owned. The 66% light transmission works really well in Pacific Northwest white out gloom. I have lousy depth perception even on good days. These goggles have helped with that a lot. The heated anti-fog button is just the thing for wearing a mask in the lift line and fogging your goggles. All you have to do is push the button on the frame, leave it on for about 20 seconds and the fog is gone. When used this way the battery life is no problem at all. Highly recommended.
Here are a couple of not very good pictures, one regular and one through the goggle, but you can get the idea
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