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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-15-2008, 04:22 PM
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I own Oakley A Frames and I love them. No problems or complaints.
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Personally I rock it with Anon Realms I have two pair with different lenses.

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Oakley Crowbars or bust. I have 2 sets. 1 with hi intensity yellow for low light to medium and then Blue Iridium for for sunny. I have had a couple pairs of A Frames but I don't like the periphal vision with those and the Wisdoms are to big.

If you just want one pair for all around light that won't break your bank and go with Oakley just get the stock Persimmon lense. That works good in all light for the most part.
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without knowing your face, I like the Vonzipper Feenom's and I use the Orange Chrome lens... gives you the sun reflecting of the mirror and the clarity of a light orange lengs.
Hey, I have the same goggles. The lens is really great. Light mirror clear orange. Great all around.

Also, very wide peripheral vision.
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Hey, So I have glasses and until this year i've been fine riding without my glasses but my eyes just got to the point where i don't think i can do that anymore.

Any recommendations for goggles that I can wear glasses underneath?
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Hey, So I have glasses and until this year i've been fine riding without my glasses but my eyes just got to the point where i don't think i can do that anymore.

Any recommendations for goggles that I can wear glasses underneath?
Look for OTG (over-the-glass) goggles.

i.e. Smith Knowledge OTG

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Check out Zeal Optics. They have full vision goggles w/ lenses that adjust to changing light conditions. I haven't heard anyone talk about using them, but they seem pretty badass.
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I love you my Oakley Crowbars. Very comfortable and superb peripheral vision
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Has anyone tried out Von Zipper Chakras? I'm caught up between VZ Feenoms, Chakras and Oakley Crowbars.
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if you like a clear tint
go with

crowbar pink iridium very nice

if you like big goggles that lets you see the whole world

Electric eg2
VZ feenom
Spy omega
Dragon mace (more so on pheripheral)
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