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5 5

The a-frame has always been the main stay of Oakley's line and my day sack.
Should be the first goggle to try when finally switching out of those gawd-awful low end cheapies.
And shall be benchmark for all following goggle purchases for years to come.

Hard to fog, even easier to vent.
Light weight
Seemingly one-size fits all.
Decent field of vision for the size.
A wide selection of snap-in lenses.

The only complaint I would have about these are bad luck.
I've destroyed a couple of these bad boys.


3 5

I treat these goggles like a cheap whore...
A spare to lend my friends, Tossed around in the back of my truck, left out with no protection...
And it just keeps on giving...

The only scratching going on here is on my noggin at all the punishment it takes and still lasts longer than others.
I had to give it props.

Only issues... it's clunky and easier to fog than most. Kinda like the ol' school Volvo of snowboard goggles.


5 5

Pros: Very fog resistant, Cheap, Mean Design
Cons: Ionized coating rubbed off in case (not scratched, rubbed!) Heavy, Vision Narrower than expected

Un-foggable, not indestructible...

*edit thank you Dragon Alliance for sending me a replacement lens internationally!!! You guys rock!


5 5

Warning don't fit with most Helmets.
Yet, still the sooooo sick!

Incredible wide view.
Unique square shaped lense (stylin')

If you are self conscious and worry about reflective lenses... these lens do indeed shine silver and cover your eyes.

*edit: after wearing these a little bit longer. I honestly don't know how I'm going to wear any of my other goggles.