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Old 10-11-2006, 03:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm sure most fields won't let you use it either. However they are metal which is definately stronger then plastic. I'm sure the issue lies with the lenses and how they attatch. With new goggles I would use this mask around my place during pick up games but I prefer my invisions, they're much lighter. any references to construcion are only based on what I saw on mine. I this case the goggles are held in with zip ties. Thanks for the info though.

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edit- I'm unsure of how much they would prevent fogging. They still seal around the eyes like all other goggles. Another issue would be the slap you'd get from a side shot. The mask sit farther off your face the more flexible/molded plastic masks. There is more air flow around you head though so it would help you stay cooler that way.
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