ANSWER: Sometimes I just buy more than I need and end up selling it later down the line.
See, in this instance, because I've always had polarized sunglasses and I've been using A-Frames for years, I picked up these polarized A-Frames a couple/few months back only to later decide against keeping them, and instead, just sticking with my black iridium A-Frames for bright days.
However, most of the snow gear I sell is stuff that I've sort of bought in order to demo and after I've demo'd it, I'll either keep it or sell it. I usually don't sell brand-new snow gear--it's usually been used to some degree. But as you can see, I seem to have let my purchasing get a little out of hand since the end of last season and, as a result, I've been selling some brand-new snow gear lately...
Price is too high, I picked up a BNIB pair of crowbars on here for $80 shipped.
With polarized lenses?... I doubt it, but if so, then all the power to ya' and if so, then I'd have to say that that was a pretty good deal you got there, but highly unusual--meaning abnormal--meaning not normal...
MSRP for these goggles--Oakley A-Frames with Polarized Lenses--is $170.
Show me the cheapest you can find theses goggles--not Crowbars, not even polarized Crowbars, but polarized A-Frames--and then you (might) have a leg to stand on--but otherwise, comparing (red or even green) apples to oranges is irrelevant--meaning not relevant--which is pointless and wrong.