I live in SLC and ski Snowbird 3-4 days a week and I must say that dollar for dollar these goggles are great. I was worried about the dark lens performance in flat light being a Scott and Smith orange fan for years but they show up contours in flat and foggy conditions great. No noticeable wind at speed and fogging has only been an issue when I'm really sweating. Got a second lens for free with purchase but haven't used it yet. Only concern is the attachment knobs for the straps, if you don't pay attention you can bend them the wrong way and then they don't hold onto the google as well. Good goggle for the $$.
Great Quality Goggle
Great quality goggle, especially for the price. The optical clarity is every bit as good as others I've owned by Electric, Anon, Oakley, etc. and the spherical lens gives a huge field of view. So good I'm going to buy a second pair for low light so I don't have to swap lenses.
I ride back country only and always struggled to find a pair of goggles that dont fog up. I own 509's, Oakley, and spys. The stage goggles are not only the cheapest of these brands but also the best. they fit my helmet better and also do not fog up EVER. I never have to use my spare pair when I where them. Highly recommended.