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5 5

As the title says, this is by far the best shoe I have worn in years, if not ever.

The same goes for every pair of KEENs I have ever tried/owned, really great shoes.

I usually wear a wide-ish size 12, and this shoe was true to size, and fits great.

As other reviewers have said, the comfort out of the box is amazing, there was no detectable break-in period.

I chose the black model, and was worried the brown stripe along the base would look unpleasant, but it's more subtle in real life, especially with a little dust from the trail ;)

Highly recommended!

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3 5

This shoe offers great support, and is solidly built. However I did experience a bit of rubbing on one toe, which went away after a few days of being worn.

I thought these shoes would last me a long time, but I ripped the sole quite badly on a small diameter tree stump after 2 months of use...
Well it turns out they did last me a while! I continued to use the same damaged pair for most of the summer while working a busy tree service job... the overall durability of the shoe as a whole really surprised me.

I returned the broken pair to Backcountry, but they were still going strong, even after months of use while missing half a sole!

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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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