I didn't really mean to start a goggle quiver, but I kept finding sets on sale and couldn't resist. My eyes aren't that sensitive and I've skied in bright sunlight in flat light goggles in the Poconos many times. But on a day when I'm not sure about the conditions, I can set one frame with flat light and the other for bright light before I leave for the hill. What really has driven my purchases is finding that Goldilock lens for when its puking snow. I've only skied these conditions in Maine and Vermont a couple of times and the Blue Sensor was not quite enough. The Hi Pink was better, but I want to see how Storm Flash Yellow compares.I've joined the 3/6 club. I found a new on-sale pair of Smith IOX with the Storm Flash Yellow included to compare to Oakley Hi Pink and Storm Flash Rose. Will report back.
My wife will ski with a light yellow lens and puts on her sunglasses instead of regular glasses when it gets bright. She struggles with contacts, which is what I greatly prefer.