The ‘Froze Bros. Low Light’ spare lens is specially designed for low-light conditions, offering a VLT (visual light transmission) of 56%. It’s perfect for darker days while still providing UV 400 protection. Compatible with all Blenders ‘Nebula’ snow goggles, this lens also features a scratch-resistant, anti-fog design and wide field of view for sublime shredding.
Froze bros light blue low lights are a million times better than the yellow low light!
I’ve had my Nebulas for 2 seasons now and the massive field-of-view is just amazing. I jumped on the low light lens since my standard lens (lavender) was pretty dark and not great in overcast weather with bright Western Canada sun. I used the Froze Bros on a poor conditions day with overcast grey skies late in the afternoon. They helped make out a lot more terrain at the top of the mountain (especially compared to their counterparts, the Rose Bros, which worked decent but I think are meant for brighter conditions). Having the magnet lock makes switching lenses fairly easy, but wish I had another lens case to keep my spare lenses safe! Overall great value, they look great and was perfect for the conditions. Definitely recommend for those hitting the last chairlift runs at the end of those cloudy days.
Look, I like the frame. These look cool. They have a great field of view, better than the standard-sized spherical goggles I was replacing. I don't want to give them a bad review, but after only two days on the slopes I switched back to my old goggles. I simply couldn't make out any details of the snow in low light/shadows. These came with the 15% VLT lens, the yellow low-light lens, and I bought a third lens (Froze Bros 56% VLT). None of them were great. I simply couldn't make out any details on the ground in the afternoons once the slopes were mostly tree shadows and the sun was behind the mountain. It was all just a fuzzy gray area. I switched back to my old polarized goggles and I could see perfectly. It was quite literally like night and day. Blenders sells polarized sunglasses so I'm not sure why they don't offer polarized lenses for these goggles. It makes a huge difference and without the option, I don't plan on keeping these. Sorry.
Also, the magnets on the lenses are super strong so the locking tabs don't even seem necessary. I didn't even realized I left mine "unlocked" and the lenses stayed on just fine. Not sure why they don't cut that cost.