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Oakley Crowbar MX Goggles

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Great Style Great fit Great vision at a Great price !

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Great goggles , well worth the price . They fit well and are comfortable to wear in full face helmets due to the well designed outriggers . Because the lens isnt injection molded there can be a minute amount of visual discrepancies but this is really a non issue . Lenses can be a bit difficult to change until you are used to it , but all in all a fantastic goggle for around a hundred bucks . They lack all the bells and whistles of Oakleys more expensive lineup but are definately worth every penny . Combine them with an iridium lens that can be purchased seperately and you have GREAT contrast and vision for about half the price of other Oakley goggles . I am only an occasional goggle wearer and these wallet friendly Oakley offerings fit the bill nicely . And i forgot to say that they look BADASS to boot !

Great Goggles!


Comfortable fit, clear view, distortion isn't noticeable. Great build. Getting lens out when you know how to is easy. I have had them fog up a little but it cleared that was riding up hill in really hot conditions. Strap grips well. They fit well and you forget your wearing them. The nose guard is actually good. I thought I would remove it (I think it's possible) but decided not too. Fit fine to with Bell Super 3r helmet.

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