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Helmet and recommended goggles

Recently purchased a RED Shaun white helmet.. But they recommend anon goggles..

My Oakley Crowbars fit just fine...

I can't see a reason to swith.. But I did find a pair of realm, and figments for $35
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Recently purchased a RED Shaun white helmet.. But they recommend anon goggles..

My Oakley Crowbars fit just fine...

I can't see a reason to swith.. But I did find a pair of realm, and figments for $35
RED and Anon are both owned by Burton. They just want you to give them more money. To be fair I bet your Anon google fit well with Red helmets, but if your Oakleys fit fine then obviously don't switch. My friend has a Red helmet with his A-Frames and they work fine as well.

Here's a video of him wearing a RED helmet with Oakley A-Frames - he says the "Polaric Ellipsoid™ lens geometry" give him superior peripheral vision for spotting landings


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RED and Anon are both owned by Burton
Here's a video of him wearing a RED helmet with Oakley A-Frames - he says the "Polaric Ellipsoid™ lens geometry" give him superior peripheral vision for spotting landings

correct

His comment is hilarious... He must be an engineer.. Lol
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