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Old 01-25-2010, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to find a good pair of asian fit goggles. So far I've seen that Dragon (Rogue and Mace), Oakley (Splice, Crowbar, A-frame, Proven, Ambush), and Smith (Phenom) make them. Does anyone know of others?

I've tried the Phenom's but didn't think they helped much with the bridge. The Oakley Crowbars were great for the bridge but weren't wide enough (the foam was pushing up against the edge of my eyes). I'm kind of tired of ordering and returning goggles and don't know of a place near me where I can try them on, so my other question would be does anyone know of asian fit goggles that are wider than the Crowbars?


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Old 01-26-2010, 09:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I use the A-Frame Oakley Asian fits. They work great for me. You should try a pair of the Oakley Splice in Asian fit.
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I'm asian and I think that the A-frames fit pretty well. I have a pair of Anon majestic and they fit me perfect.
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i have 3 pairs of oakley crowbars in asian fit.
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Search EBay or Amazon for Dragon Asian Fit goggles, in the Mace and Rogue models. They're out there.
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Search EBay or Amazon for Dragon Asian Fit goggles, in the Mace and Rogue models. They're out there.
I second this one if you can find them. If you are looking for wider than Crowbar goggles, the Mace will definitely suit you.
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