Bust apart defective eyewear, and put on the Oakley Crowbar Goggles. The Crowbar's amplified dimensions extend your range of available peripheral and downward vision. A Plutonite lens with Oakley's patented XYZ Optics provides correction along three axes and increases contrast in overcast and icy conditions for astounding visibility across your entire field of vision. The Plutonite lens material also offers superior eye protection, blocking 100% of all UV. The Crowbar's ultra-flexible O Matter frame is contoured to facial geometry, offering a precise, comfortable fit enhanced by triple-layer polar foam. Rigid O Matter strap attachments yield a solid, draft-free seal. Oakley engineered the Crowbar to fit medium-sized faces.
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These goggles are super sweet. They have NO fog, except for going into the lodge but, who cares about that. They are super comfy and don't move around on a helmet from the sticky tape on the strap. The only complaint is if you are into park, they don't look legit and on certain helmets (like mine, the RED Mutiny) there is a tiny gap on the corners where the bars are but you can't feel them. Great goggle and quick changing lens.
best goggles I have ever had! NO fog at all, yeah! they fit my face and large head too! The only problem is I can't wear my base ball cap when wearing the goggles, bummer.
No fog on powder days!
These goggles breathe better than any other pair that I have owned. They have a nice fit for my medium face, the amber lens I have is great for low-light and Oakley puts a sticky rubber so you spend less time fixing your goggles on your helmet and more time getting your turns in that deep snow. Did I mention they look sweet!
dont get these goggles one of oakley's worse get an A frame or smith goggles not the best choice
Oakley's best yet
I was a longtime fan of Oakley's Wisdoms. They are still a great goggle, but all three pairs of mine quickly found their way to craigslist after I tried the Crowbars.
The peripheral vision is panoramic, even improving on the Wisdoms solid field of vision. The style is cleaner, the venting is as good as ever, and unlike the Wisdoms, the Crowbars are helmet-compatible right out of the box, thanks to the new strap suspension system. (Switching a sold-separately strap between three pairs of Wisdoms over a helmet was not exactly convenient.)
Although they look bigger, the Crowbars actually fit in my Sessions jacket pocket more easily than my bulky Wisdoms. I have a larger face and the Crowbars fit better, yet my wife (who is much smaller than me) loves the fit of her Crowbars as well.
It's no debate, Oakley's are pricy, but the Crowbars are worth every penny.
These are a beefy goggle, with a great range of vision. My only complaint is that they are a little tight over the helmet (although it still works).