|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-05-2011 03:32 AM|
Originally Posted by Empty V View Post
Also, you can sometimes find goggle replacement lenses at reduced cost on the Oakley Vault site: Oakley Sunglasses, Oakley Goggles, and Apparel - Oakley Vault
|01-05-2011 02:28 AM|
Originally Posted by skipmann View Post
If they're the same then then it's the "Persimmon" color. I know what a huge difference polarized lenses make when looking at reflections especially off of water and glass. How big of a benefit is it when using them in the snow?
Originally Posted by basso4735 View Post
|01-04-2011 07:35 PM|
|basso4735||Do they fog? Do they keep the snow and cold out? If so, good to go! The pair im currently using are about 7 years old, and still work fine.|
|01-04-2011 07:30 PM|
|skipmann||I believe those are Wisdoms, right? You're good-to-go. You may even find replacement lenses on the Oakley site if needed.|
|01-04-2011 07:26 PM|
Are my 11 year old goggles up to par?
As the title states these are 11 years old but only have a few very light scratches on the lens. Has goggle tech advanced so much that a new pair would make a world of a difference? Back in the day these were top of the line $200+ Oakleys.