Oakley Danny Kass Signature Crowbar Goggle - 2008
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February 6, 2010
When it comes to goggles, you won't find better lenses than Oakleys. I've been rocking a pair of A Frames for the past 4 season that were starting to show their wear a bit. I went out and checked out a new set of A Frames, the Oakley Splice, some Crowbars, along with a few from Anon, Smith, etc. The A Frames have always fit my face well, but I didn't get amazing peripheral vision with them. The Splice was better, but pinched my nose a bit. The Crowbars gave by far the best peripheral vision out of the three. The frames are a little bigger on my face compared to the A Frames (obviously) but make up in the amazing periph. They fit great with my Bern Watts helmet too.
Like I said earlier, you won't find a better lens than an Oakley goggle, and these are no different. The Fire lenses are amazing on bluebird days, but be careful in shadowed areas (like in trees) or on darker days. I got a HI Yellow lense to go with these goggles for the lower light days on the mountain, which I highly recommend. Plus the HI Yellows look sick with the color scheme of the Kass.
December 15, 2009
these crowbars are pretty sick. first off, there isn;t really any black in the goggle like the picture suggests. its more of a light greyish. but anyways, as with any oakley goggle, great peripheal vision and great comfort. the outriggers really help take the pressure off your face. the only downside to me was that they were a little to angular, and also they were sorta hard to breath. but overall great goggle. def worth the money
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January 22, 2010
Obviously Oakley knows what's up with optics. The lenses are sick and give you great periphery (they look cool as hell too). My only complaint is that the venting might be too good; If you start hauling some serious ass while wearing these you can feel the airflow pouring through the vents - causing your eyes to start watering. I've tried to adjust the fit, thinking that maybe they were too loose and that's where the air was coming from, but same results... Now I use these as my park goggles and my Electrics for Big Mountain Riding.
December 10, 2009
Alright so, first off these are oakleys so you cant go wrong. The crowbars are made for straight up shredding, wheter jibbing or backcountry these goggles will power through it. They have great eye clearence so minimum to no fogging. The lens are sphereical which means it mimics your eyes so you dont have distortion. The fire lens are 100 percent mirrored and pretty much good for any condition; their one of the darkest lens oakley has but in the snow or low light conditions, it'll brighten up giving you better vision. Crowbars have great venting as well. A couple of tips for goggle care would be to not rest goggles on your head because it'll fog them up and air wont circulate in as much so try to keep them on your face; also, only use the bag included with the goggles to clean the lens and if the inside of lens happen to get wet, DO NOT rub it, allow it to dry and shake the excess water, and do not store in hot places like hanging from a rear view mirror or in the glove caompartment of your car for a long period of time. Bottom line is that these are great goggles and an exceptional buy.