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#830902 11/24/2020 7:14 PM
by Tracey Spear
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Considering purchasing Halcyon Goggles.

What are your thoughts? Good, Bad, Ugly? Worth the $$?
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#831144 Nov 26th a 10:52 PM
by C.B.S
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Halcyon goggles are very nice pieces, however the shape of helmets have changed from the 1960's

3/4 helmets are larger and therefore room above your eyes is limited

I would recommend the "compact" goggles

They will fit better with 3/4 helmets (Davida, Bell, etc)

If you have a classic Stadium, Kangol, Pacto or Everoak helmet, other goggles will work just fine
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