Used the Laser Red ImpactX photochromic lenses and They do work quite well. I notice that It usually takes 10 seconds for the lenses to fully adapt to light changes so keep that in mind. I would like it if Rudy offered more color choices but no complaints on the Quality!
Wow - well worth the extra cost! My original lenses were the Multilaser Ice which were fantastic for those Bluebird clear days.
BUT - where I ski, many days have a cap cloud at the top of the area meaning very flat lighting conditions on the upper mountain.
Lower down, the light improves to much brighter. What to do? Get these Photochromic lenses! They have a very wide range of light transmission and do it automatically. There’s simply not enough light transmission during those cloudy/snowy days for fixed-tint lenses and you lose definition of snow conditions - especially where moguls are concerned. These photochromic lenses do the trick for sure - very satisfied. Now, if Rudy would only make the next generation of goggle lenses magnetic so switching them out would be very quick….
I’ve used these RX inserts along with the Spincut Goggles now for 7 days of skiing. Mine are single vision, and my wife also has them, but with bi-focal lenses - both supplied by our local Rudy dealer, who advised not using Progressive lenses - they were correct as most skiing ops are distant vision. Both work great! No fogging, lenses are secured well and easy to remove and replace. I would recommend wearing some latex/medical type gloves when handling them for fingerprints. I also carry one of the small Zeiss Lens Wipes (available at Wal Mart) in case you need to clean them - not that I would ever fall when skiing…..They work well - and worth the $ spent.