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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-06-2008, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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oakley double lens?

Hey i am about to purchase a fire iridium lens for my oakley crowbar frames. During my search (mostly on ebay) i have noticed that some lenses say double lens and some say single lens. what exactly is the difference i saw a picture of what the difference is but like what does the additional lens do? is it worth spending an extra $40 on double lenses or go with the single ones? thanks!
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Single lenses will fog up. Dual lens are way more prone to fogging. Go with the double lens. i have it on my oakley wisdoms.
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| = single lens
|| = double lens

A double lens works much the same as double paned glass.

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I know that there are 2 different Crowbars. One for snow, and one for Motorcross. Perhaps the single lens are for the Motorcross series?
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