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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-31-2009, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Larger goggles?

Anyone got a list of goggles for larger faces? I've got my eyes on the Electric EG2's, but they're on the pricey side. Googling doesn't come up with any results from any search terms I can think of.
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I would say the Oakley Wisdom's vs the Oakley A-Frame's for larger faces...
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I would say the Oakley Wisdom's vs the Oakley A-Frame's for larger faces...
+1 on that. I own both and the Wisdom is definitely larger.
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smith prodigys are pretty sexy big gogs..smith is making some of the nicest new gogsl
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Just got a pair of Spy Omega's they're pretty big, they fit my big watermelon head nicely.
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I too like the Smith Prodigy. I have a pair of the Prodigy Sphericals and love'em. Ditched my A-frames for them.
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next years smith fixs are going to sweet..
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Von Zipper Feenoms are good big ones.

Bought em last month.
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