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Mirrored, but not completely
I bought the silver mirrored replacement lens. It went relatively easily into my 100% racecraft goggles (just follow the directions on the back of the package). I was hoping for them to be completely non-see-through, and for the most part they are, but there are certain light conditions where you can see through them. I would say they're 85% opaque. I can't say if other mirrored goggles are this way as well, but I wouldn't be suprised. A little pricey.
October 24, 2014
blue mirror isn't very mirror-ish
I thought it was odd some goggles come with limited lens options, but it's easily bypassed by getting the lens separately. I got the blue mirror and it's good but translucent - not quite as reflective and the gold so people can see my eyes. Still, not a big deal. 100% is good. Hard to install without getting 62 fingerprints all over it.
October 13, 2014
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Johnny F:I bought the Red lens. So I can only speak for it.
The actual lens seems to have two separate kinds of protection. The most obvious is the red mirror on the outside of the lens as seen in the pictures. The second part isn't noticeable until you actually put the goggles on your head and are looking through them. There is a smoked tint at the top of the lens (near your eyebrows) that fades to clear at the bottom of the lens. Sort of like a lot of windshields on cars.
I have found the lens to be perfectly usable at night. But it's definitely not the same as using a solid clear lens. It's probably going to be different for everybody.