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Sweet Protection Interstellar Goggles

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Need to change goggles as damaged the lens of my faithful Alpinas and find it impossible to get a decent selection of them apart from in the Alps.

Have a Sweet Protection helmet which is great and thought to match the goggles manufacturer, primarily tbh as I have an opportunity to get them really cheaply atm.

Any feedback on how they perform in general? There is also an offer just now for two lenses for different conditions so any experiences of individual lenses would also be helpful.

I have tried Oakleys in the past and tbh I didn't find the other the original or the Prizm lenses better than the Alpinas but primarily I don't use them as they just don't fit very well and tend to pinch my nose uncomfortably.
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