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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-20-2008, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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Dirt bike Goggle?

Would dirt bike goggles work with snowboarding?
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Would dirt bike goggles work with snowboarding?
sure, but they will probably fog, not stay warm, and generally be more of a pain then a help in the snow.
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sure, but they will probably fog, not stay warm, and generally be more of a pain then a help in the snow.
my oakley o-frames work good but they look retarted cause they stick out more than snowboard googles
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i'd imagine they are vitually the same except for the lenses. MX usually have clears in them dont they?

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ya most....im guessing snowboard googles dont have as much venting either to stay warm
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ya most....im guessing snowboard googles dont have as much venting either to stay warm
i would say more venting to keep the fog issues to a minimum.


and oakley O-frames are also sold as skiing/snowboarding goggles.


they have them on tramdock like all the time.
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i would say more venting to keep the fog issues to a minimum.


and oakley O-frames are also sold as skiing/snowboarding goggles.


they have them on tramdock like all the time.


maybe more venting but idk


ther are a lot of diffrent styles of the o frames
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