is a decent one, but the goggle type glasses generally have problems fogging up, at least mine did at airborne school. I can run a marathon in them in California without them fogging but thats because California is awesome and Georgia is . . . Georgia.
also try searching for ESS they have some too.
The best is of course Oakley, but some units still have issue with soldiers using what works as opposed to what has been issued. There also might be unit SOP regarding other glasses, like no polarized lenses, must be all black frames or something like that which makes more sense than a general ban.
I picked up a pair of Wiley X CQC goggles for someone in OMFGDELTA!!!111 - can you wait for a few months on feedback
This is the image of it with the included dark lens on - the goofy snap on wings on the side should be thrown back in the box.
These still fog just a bit, but personally, I haven't had a pair of goggles that didn't fog on me. The absense of foam is also a breath of fresh air - I personally liked these a lot and they sit on my face like an ummaa... ummma... yeah - that good
I have another pair on order - I can bring it if it arrives before the Kali Meet...
@wall table of a greasy spoon cafeteria with our battered,red Mini outside...holding my Marie's hand
Got myself a pair of sunnies. Real dissapointed with them. within three months lenses clipped out and side logo´s fell off. Thank god I bought them in the sale. Previous ones lasted for months..they were made by NEXT and suffered all sorts of abuse on the farm and the beach.
Yeah the SG-1's fog up like crazy and are just about worthless. The lenses keep falling out on mine. And not the snap in inserts, the LENSE falls out, leaving the foam and frame still on the glasses. I'm just glad they were free. When I'm out on patrol, or at home, I wear my Oakleys. I've got a set of the ballistic M-frames(for outside the wire), and a polarized set of A-wires. No problems at all with any of them.