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Wiley-X SG-1 Tactical Goggles-Sunglasses with Interchangeable Lens
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Most Helpful Positive Review Wiley X SG1 - Would Recommend
As with so many things, proper understanding is important. I shoot numerou...
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Most Helpful Negative Review BUYER BEWARE !!!!!
I've had 2 prescription pairs of sunglasses from Wiley X and they're absolu...
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Solid Asian-fit Goggles, Not so good sunglasses for casual wear

by Spime, from United States, CA Written on August 18, 2014
Great goggles if use primarily for range/gun class use. Sunglasses a bit too clunky but functions fine. So in summary, I recommend these glasses if regular glasses don't fit your face, hence the asian fit (smaller nose gap) and if these are primarily used in the goggle setup. Swapping into sunglasses with earpieces does not look as nice as goggles. Clunky for sunglasses....
Would recommend: No
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Light adjusting lens

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AR Written on August 16, 2012
Love the glasses. Only with the light adjusting lenses would darken to a darker shade. Love to use them on my Harley.
Pros: easy interchange
Cons: They donot get dark enough in sunlight....
Would recommend: Yes
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BUYER BEWARE !!!!!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 30, 2012
I've had 2 prescription pairs of sunglasses from Wiley X and they're absolutely great...until they break. The problem is that the temples are poorly made and if they break, you CAN'T buy a replacement temple so you end up having to throw them away unless you are lucky and have them under warranty, which is what happened to me the first time. The first pair broke 4 days before the warranty was set to expire (1 year warranty). The next set broke 6 days after the warranty expired, so I'm out almost $400 dollars on prescription sunglasses.

BEWARE, once you buy their product they will do nothing to support it. They got their money from you and that's all they care about.
Pros: Great glasses as long as they don't break
Cons: Poor quality on temples...
Would recommend: No
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Wiley X - SG1 - Light Adjusting Goggles

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NC Written on April 26, 2011
I use these while riding motorcycle, shooting range and windy, dusty, or inclement weather. I like the LG version as they adjust to light conditions. Very light and comfortable, plus different options of securing to the body/head is quick, easy and fast.
Pros: Versitile and comfortable...
Would recommend: Yes
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Wiley-X SG-1 goggles with interchangeable lens

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, OH Written on January 12, 2010
if purchasing SG-1 goggles, recognize major problem with fogging. I tried 3 different de-fogging products w/o success. I used them hunting in the snow and while the lens were great, the fogging was miserable experience. I will be trying the special defog lenses next.

In short, if you plan on using these goggles for winter events with activity, do not purchase regular lens!
Pros: straight forward set up
Cons: fogging makes them worthless...
Would recommend: No
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It is the best.

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on July 30, 2009
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This sun glass is the best....
Would recommend: Yes
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Best Deal I found online!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IA Written on July 1, 2009
I actually bought the replacement lenses for a set I already have, but am going to order a second set due to the great low price! This system works great for bicycling, riding motorcycle, and about any kind of outdoor activity! Thanks!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great goggles for general use

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on February 11, 2009
I originally bought these goggles for use in pyrotechnics. I also take them to the range whenever I go shooting. The goggles are great at keeping debris out and are pretty comfortable. They have a tendency to fog up if you are using the headband instead of the swing-arm attachments, but an application of anti-fog does the trick. My main complaint is that the light sensitive goggle inserts stopped adjusting after a year or so, so now I use different inserts based on the lighting conditions. I've used these for two years to shoot fireworks shows manually and they definitely have saved me from flying debris on more than one occasion. Overall, these are some to of the most comfortable and versatile sets of protective goggles I have ever used.
Pros: Interchangable lenses and headband
Cons: Light adjust lenses lose sensitivity after a year or so...
Would recommend: Yes
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Wiley X SG1 - Would Recommend

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NY Written on October 24, 2008
As with so many things, proper understanding is important. I shoot numerous competition sports from skeet to benchrest to IHMSA to IPSC. I needed something to stay in place that was scratch resistant and could accommodate prescription lenses that could easily be swapped out. These met the bill.

First, expect to buy at least 1 additional set of lenses and at least one additional set of gaskets. You can swap the lenses and gaskets in the field in under a minute - and that is taking your time.

Transition lenses are a joke...do not expect them to perform well - as they never have. Not a fault with these glasses - only the lenses.

Get the clear lenses for when those are practical.

Get a gray/coppertone polarized lens for daylight.

Get scratch resistant coating and antiglare coatings added - well worth it.

When it comes to fog there are two simple tricks. Take that extra set of gaskets and a razor knife and cut notches into the gasket to allow more air flow. Then take alcohol wipes and clean the inside of the lenses. That will last for about 3-4 hours and you can fit a dozen wipes in your pocket if needed. Same trick anyone who wears goggles while snowmobiling uses.

As far as a flexible set of frames that can use any lenses that can be safely field changed and provides top notch protection - these would be my number 1 recommendation.
Pros: Quick to change lenses, Rx is no problem
Cons: Pricey for Rx lenses...
Would recommend: Yes
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WILEY X GOGGLES/SUNGLASSES

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on September 1, 2008
My son got these issued to him in Iraq, now I use them for ATV riding. Used them in very dusty conditions. They worked great, kept the dust out of the eyes and are comfortable to wear. Plus they look kool.
Pros: LIGHT WEIGHT, DURABLE,
Cons: NONE...
Would recommend: Yes
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