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    so the powers that be (scholarship board) have decided in all their wisdom to grant me, on this most glorious of snow weekends, money to do as I wish. Naturally instead of buying textbooks/paying hecs/or other study stuff i'm going to buy myself a new pair of goggles. my $25 smiths have caused me enough pain in low light conditions that i'm going to splurge and try something great.

    so far i'm very very interested in the carrera kimerik OTG, does anyone have any experience with this or its non otg variety? is there any other premium otg? I didn't notice any mention of being easily able to swap lenses which i would like. how about its performance with fogging?

    finally, paul, as i'm withing rock throwing distance now, what are the chances of getting a pair ordered in?

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    I have them in stock already. As for interchanging lenses, that is not needed as the lens is great in all light conditions. I use them myself and have in the brightest of sunny days and also in very poor light, I wouldn't use any other goggle just yet.

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    I wear Kimerik OTGs. Fantastic goggle. Never had any fogging (until I cracked one in a fall, that is).

    Have had both the Polar C yellow and Polar C rose lenses. The rose are the better all rounder.

    I got mine from Paul also.

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    They are lower in price this year, most likely due to the stronger Ozzie dollar.

    Carerra will have some other decent goggles out with the Carbonflex lens this year, with prices starting as low as RRP $80 and $90, with Carbonflex lens goggles at that price seriously why would you buy anything else.

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