Goggles? Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Goggles? Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) Goggles? WhathaveisaidnowMember I’m after some goggles for a trip to the Alps in the summer. Need to fit a large Giro Remedy helmet well, and be as well ventilated as possible. I kind of like the look of the Oakley Crowbar (£40) or Smith Pistons (£32), both of which seem to tick the ventilation and fit boxes. I see that Smith do some with a battery operated motor that expels hot hair and such like, these are £75 mind you! Anyone got these? Don’t really want to break the bank, but I don’t want to be sweating under a cheap pair, how hot and uncomfortable does it get in a full face and goggles in summer? Cheers Posted 9 years ago s8tannormMember Me, I like Spy goggles. Posted 9 years ago solamandaMember Look on ebay, I picked up some Smiths for a tenner from someone clearing alot of stock. Posted 9 years ago twohatsMember Oakley MX O frames http://www.steptoes.co.uk/oakley-mx-goggles-display_SUQ9MTIwNw.ghtml cost £20 inc p+p from here: http://www.steptoes.co.uk/oakley-mx-goggles-search_O-Frame-Goggles_dGFibGU9ZXlld2VhciZmaWVsZD1Nb2RlbCZ2YWx1ZT1NWCBPIEZyYW1l.ghtml They vent as well as most goggles can, fit the Remedy really well and spare lenses are about £3.50 each and readily available. A full face lid and goggles can get pretty sweaty if its hot, but there ain’t much you can do about it!!! Posted 9 years ago fingerbikeMember Got Spy with the double lens, never fog, comfy. Posted 9 years ago ninaMember get some arabian ones Posted 9 years ago JonEdwardsMember O-frames with a Remedy here. No issues. You can get Enduro lenses for a few extra ££ which have vents in the top. Posted 9 years ago jam boSubscriber i use O-frames with snow lenses in, no steaming issues. Posted 9 years ago ARTSubscriber Slight hijack.. anybody know if it’s better to look at the youth version of goggles for smaller heads/ faces? Posted 9 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘Goggles?’ is closed to new replies.