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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-11-2008, 10:38 PM
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Great boarding sunglasses (Oakley Oil Rig)

I have a great pair of goggles (Oakley Wisdoms) but sometimes googles are just overkill for the conditions and a full day of boardin. thats why i often wear sunglasses but can they offer the same comfort and visibility?

I bought the Oakley Oil Rigs


They are light, comfortable, offer excellent protection, and dont fog up at all which is a HUGE plus for sunglasses. I recommend giving them a try if you are tired of wearing heavier googles all the time and having "racoon eyes" at the end of the day.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-11-2008, 11:10 PM
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ill stick with airblaster airshades.

10 bucks is sick.
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ill stick with airblaster airshades.

10 bucks is sick.
ha, i can definitely appreciate that. But these days, as a single guy with a good job i have plenty of money to spend and if i cant bring it with me when i die i figure ill use it to get me the things i want and like now
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word up. how much are those though>?? 200 range>?
post #5 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 11:34 AM
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word up. how much are those though>?? 200 range>?
they are like 120-150.
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yeah id rather spend that money on something else than sunglasses but there pretty cool so if your looking to drop that on some sunglasses...STEEZY!
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they are nice, i had the t-pain ones but they werent very durbale, they fell once of my head onto the ground and they broke
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ive dropped mine a couple times...well with my head still in them as i bit it pretty hard trying to ride this damn log. mine still look as nice as they did when i got them last spring so i have no complaints.

and they MSRP around 125, retail about 110, but if you look around you can get them for about 70 which is what i paid for them.
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They are nice .
Even after 6 years?
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Im gunna ask this here to avoid making a mew thread: can wearing sunglasses really replace goggles on nice days? The only reason i wear goggles is to block the wind from hitting my eyes and making me squint/tear up. Wont the wind just get through the sides of the sunglasses?
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