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  • 00soppd
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    Oakley O-frame.

    Got about 4/5 pairs that I use for motocross, cannot fault them. Pattern lenses and tear offs are easily available and cheap.

    tracknicko
    Member

    Oakley crowbar. Funky.

    legend
    Member

    O-frames or Crowbars. Cheap and they make instant sense the moment you try to get spare lens’ for an alternative brand

    I’ve got some Crowbar MX and they’re great! They come with a set of laminated tear offs too

    simon side
    Member

    Ones that fit your fullface helmet….comfortably

    GW
    Member

    Never Oakleys unless you actually like seeing through steamed up plastic.

    new original and “patern” lenses (and tear offs) are easily available cheap online for most goggles

    patriotpro
    Member

    Recommend me some for my first set please.

    hugor
    Member

    Beer goggles. Never had a bad night with them.

    Taff
    Member

    I found Oakleys steamed up quite a bit. I used smith warp stars and found them brilliant

    legend
    Member

    Never Oakleys unless you actually like seeing through steamed up plastic.

    not everyone’s as sweaty as you old man 😉

    TheSwede
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    I quite like Spy’s

    mybike
    Member

    Having had oakley, dragon & fox…

    Fox Main – great fit, cheap spares & match my lid 😉

    gazc
    Member

    Always used o-frames – cheap, very easy to get spare lenses / tearoffs either Oakley or copies. As for steaming up just take the foam off the vents and give them a swing around your head before a run (assuming u using for dh) that helps prevent/reduce it

    IA
    Member

    Always used o-frames – cheap, very easy to get spare lenses / tearoffs either Oakley or copies. As for steaming up just take the foam off the vents and give them a swing around your head before a run (assuming u using for dh) that helps prevent/reduce it

    This. Steaming up only been a problem in the wet, I don’t bother to take the foam off though.

    fuzzhead
    Member

    Oakley Crowbar MX for me – but as above, make sure they fit your helmet

    Rob Hilton
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    Ones that fit your helmet/face. Quite a lot of goggs sit on the bridge of my nose, which is distracting and can make it run 😕

    Never Oakleys unless you actually like seeing through steamed up plastic.

    I’ve know people who don’t even own Oakleys recommend them! Probly cos they’re “the brand” to have?

    I was recommended double glazed ski goggles to combat misting and bought a pair of these:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/DOUBLE-WEATHER-GOGGLES-MERCURY-LENSES/dp/B001NIC9V6

    They happen to fit my face nicely & don’t mist easily (but it can be acheived). The strap has a clip so you don’t have to slide them up your helmet to get them off – meaning they don’t push loads of crap into your eyes when you slide them down again.

    rocketman
    Member

    Can’t really go wrong with O Frame Mxs IMO. Spy Klutch also most excellent.

    scruff
    Member

    I prefer my Giros to my Fox but cant get replacement lenses for the Giros.

    loum
    Member
    patriotpro
    Member

    Cheers everyone – some good options to check out there.

    They’re not actually for ‘DH’ tho although the intended use if for descents if that makes sense! Cheers again

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