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4 5

I briefly owned the Fire polarized Crowbar goggles. I was very impressed with the polarized lens, however I found other aspects of the goggle to be slightly lacking.

I enjoyed this goggle most when used with a helmet, and at the ski resort.

I originally used the A-Frame goggle, and when it came time to upgrade, I tried both the Crowbar, and then the Elevate goggle from Oakley, but I found both to be too small for my somewhat wider face. They also did not vent as well as my A-Frames when touring/hiking.

I ended up returning these (Thank you Backcountry!) and buying a replacement pair of A-Frames. This is still a great goggle, just not ideal for my face size, or intended use (plenty of backcountry skiing).

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4 5

I found this goggle to be best suited for use with a helmet, and at the ski resort.

I originally used the A-Frame goggle, and when it came time to upgrade, I tried both the Crowbar, and then the Elevate goggle from Oakley, but I found both to be too small for my somewhat wider face. They also did not vent as well as my A-Frames when touring/hiking.

I ended up returning these (Thank you Backcountry!) and buying a replacement pair of A-Frames. This is still a great goggle, just not ideal for my face size, or intended use (plenty of backcountry skiing).

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4 5

These are great goggles, with a quality lens (I used the polarized Fire lens, specifically).

4 stars for fit and overall function.

I ended up returning these goggles, and going back to the Oakley A-Frame (also with a polarized lens).

Here's why:
The Elevate goggles have a smaller field of view, and did not fit my slightly wider face very well. The Elevate also had poorer venting, and fogged up while touring/skinning.

If you have a smaller face, and primarily use this goggle at ski resorts, I'm sure you will be VERY pleased, Oakley makes a quality goggle. It fits very nicely with a helmet.

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4 5

These are great goggles, with a quality lens. 5 stars for the polarized lens (I used the Fire lens, specifically).

4 stars for fit and overall function.


I ended up returning these goggles, and going back to the Oakley A-Frame (also with a polarized lens).

Here's why:
The Elevate goggles have a smaller field of view, and did not fit my slightly wider face very well. The Elevate also had poorer venting, and fogged up while touring/skinning.

If you have a smaller face, and primarily use this goggle at ski mountains, I'm sure you will be VERY pleased, Oakley makes a quality goggle.

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