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Replacing Crowbar lenses

How difficult is it to replace the lenses on Oakley Crowbars?

I'm debating getting a second pair night lenses and swapping when I ride a night or just getting full second pair for nights. Also, anyone know where to pick up some HI Yellow lenses on the cheap?
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No idea where to get them cheap. Replacing them is easy. Lift up the frame at the top, and work your way around.

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I would recommend just getting a secon pair of goggles. Speaking from experience, it is a lot less hassle and easier on your gear than swapping lenses out all of the time.

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$70 for the lens, $90 for the lens+goggle on BackcountryOutlet. Your choice.

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$70 for the lens, $90 for the lens+goggle on BackcountryOutlet. Your choice.
Exactly. The "pain in the ass factor" is worth more than the $20 in my mind.

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speaking of HI yellow, is that a good lense for low light/night riding?
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Yes.
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speaking of HI yellow, is that a good lense for low light/night riding?
I've a persimon lense, and it's fantastic for night.
I would image HI is even better.
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