The Title Is Misleading - These Should Be Called the A+ Frame
As was mentioned, one of the places to not shop by price is in your goggles (and in my opinion boots). I have owned Dragon DX's, Spy Zeds, and these Oakley A Frames. They by far take the cake. Having these on your face straight up makes your day better. I have NO problems with my peripheral vision, as almost everyone mentioned they look dope, and I have had almost 0 fog issues (any issues I had were due to me hiking the park and I sweat like an ape anyways - NO goggle stands a chance) If you are a long time rider you will definately appreciate these goggles because you know what sucky ones are like and if you are new to riding GET THESE even if you have to get a crappy color on sale because otherwise you will not enjoy your riding experience. Most other cheeper goggles will just fog up on you when you are going at learner speeds and spending 20 minutes strapping in to your binders and it gets frustrating. Trust me here new riders - form over steez with your goggles - its better to go to backcountryoutlet.com and get a crappy color A Frame for $50-$70 than WASTE money on another pair of cheep goggles. I own Black/Black Iridium (lots of protection for sunny days - wierd hue, but I love the mirror look) Military Khacki/Gold Iridium (perfect all around - no funky snow colors but no sweet mirror effect looking at me like the Black Iridiums have) and Teal/Persimmion (night riding and ok all around if you ride day and night and don't want to buy 3 pairs.) They also fit just fine with my Smith Holt helmet.