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In the market for a new helmet. I hate goggles so only use them as a last resort. I now have to ware glasses to read menus and never have them with me so got some varifocals. Amazon have an offer on these and the reviews look good, I like the idea of a visor and they seem very light. I tried one on last year and liked it but not the price. At £75 I think I could learn to live with one. Anyone using one?
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person sometimes has some reasonable prices, but you have to look regularly.
A friend skis with a visor for his specs and swears by it, think he has a uvex which might be a bit pricier
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