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Bolle Goggles

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Ok so I am in need of a new pair of goggles and my dad phoned me today saying I can get a pair of Bolle goggles from Costco fo £31. Is this good value? Are they a good make? Never really investigated goggles before all I know is that Oakley make a good pair but cost around £80.
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Mrs Higs has some Bolle which fit and work well. A neighbour of ours has some that she's very fond of too.
Mine are Smith and Scott.

Does that help?
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Been wearing Bolle goggles for about 5 years now. Very happy with them
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Tattie, I've a couple of pairs. But their price range is about £20 - £99, it depends which ones Costco have.
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Bolle make good goggles for sure. If you can handle it try TK Maxx as they had quite a few different Bolle models in stock before xmas.
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Tattie, (strange name...) My Bolle (Nova) goggles have just arrived and I must say that they are very optically clear compared to my older Uvex ones with a persimmion lens. It's the Vermillion Modulator ones which are photochromatic so adjust automatically to changing light conditions. As I always wear goggles, I thought that they would be ideal instead of carrying around two pairs. They were 'only' £41 delivered and the build quality looks good.
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Hi,

I have been using the Uvex orbit optic ski goggles which are great. they have a Supravision PC double lens which is scratch resistant, anti-fog and anti-static. Best pair to date
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
I've just got back from a week of using some new Bolle Nova's with a fire gold lense, they were brilliant. Never fogged once, excellent field of view and the lense was great in both bright sunny days and moderate to heavy snowfall. Fit for my face was great but obviously it helps to try some on.

The only reason I'd get a different pair is for looks (yes I am a gear tart).
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Tattie, The ones that Tatty, refer's to are the ones at Costco, my wife has a pair, their OK for the money.
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Tattie, if they are the Nova's at Costco, then I would snap them up as they sell for £60 in Slush & Rubble from recollection so if it's value you are after, then yes, £31 is good value...
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