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Oakley Crowbar Goggles

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Specs

Frame: O Matter
Lens: silver amber
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: Vented lens
Face Size:
  • Oversized Frame
Technology:
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowmobiling
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley Crowbar Goggles

Hide yourself in the mountains this year with Oakley Crowbar Goggles. The camo design will make sure no one sees you (simultaneously looking super dope) but the durable nature of the Crowbars will keep you out there for months. Because of the Fog Elimination of Dual-vented lenses with F3 Anti-fog technology you''ll also never have to worry about unclear vision. Additionally, these goggles are extremely comfortable with their All-day comfort of moisture-wicking triple-layer polar fleece foam. So here you go, try the Oakley Crowbar Goggles.

Key Features of the Oakley Crowbar Snowboard Goggles:
  • Optimized for Medium to Larger Sized Faces
  • Fog Elimination of Dual-vented lenses with F3 Anti-fog technology
  • All-day comfort of moisture-wicking triple-layer polar fleece foam
  • Balanced fit (with or without a helmet) via O Matter Strap outriggers

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  • "Great Goggles"

    , Alhambra, CA
    Pros: Nice fit, Latge view, Cons:

    Very nice goggle when the sun decides to come out and play. Allows you to see everything with the wide HD HUD. Some may not like how big they are, but it helps to not have to turn your head to avoid someone.

  • "Quality"

    ,
    Pros: Amazing lenses, Comfortable, Cons: Lenses are damaged easily ,

    I've owned Crowbars for 2 years, and they're amazing goggles. However the lenses are slightly less durable than most goggles. With proper care these will last you years and they look sick.

  • "Amazing"

    , Pocatello, ID
    Pros: Fog Resistant, Comfortable, Price Cons:

    I have these with the blue iridium lens. They have never fogged up. I have no complaints.

  • "Best goggle out there. "

    , LONG ISLAND CITY, NY
    Pros: Great Style, Comfortable, Cons:

    These are Awesome they are durable u can see everthing and with all the different lens and styles u can find the pair that fits ur type of riding and its great.

  • "Best goggle out there. "

    , LONG ISLAND CITY, NY
    Pros: Great Style, Comfortable, Cons:

    These are awesome they are durable you can see everthing and with all the different lens and styles you can find the pair that fits your type of riding and it's great.

  • "Great quality"

    , ANNAPOLIS, MD
    Pros: comfortable, good peripheral, Cons:

    There wasn't really anything bad about these. I got them a couple weeks ago and they've been great. The field of view is really good and they haven't fogged at all. Recommend them highly.

  • "Great quality"

    , ANNAPOLIS, MD
    Pros: comfortable, good peripheral, Cons:

    There wasn't really anything bad about these. I got them a couple weeks ago and they've been great. The field of view is really good and they haven't fogged at all. Recommend them highly

  • "Class above the rest"

    , IL
    Pros: stylish, fire lens a must, great size Cons:

    These goggles are the perfect size, not too big, not too small. the fire lens looks sick and works great on all kinds of conditions. I very much recommend this goggle.

  • "Great Goggle"

    , OLATHE, KS
    Pros: No Fog, Scratch Resistant, Cons:

    I borrowed these from a friend for a day. The pink lenses really brought out the features of the snow. Did not have any fog issues at all. Great fit and the lenses were clear as can be, no scratches at all.

  • "Awesome Goggles"

    , SYKESVILLE, MD
    Pros: Good lens, Good ventilation, Cons:

    Great goggle, hands down. There is a reason they are the top for Oakleys. My lens doesn't fog on cold or warm days, and is very nicely vented to keep my face from being too hot. I would recommend these for anyone who wants a great pair of goggles.

  • "Awesome Goggles"

    , SYKESVILLE, MD
    Pros: Good lens, Good ventilation, Cons:

    Great goggle, hands down. There is a reason they are the top for oakleys. My lens doesn't fog on cold or warm days, and is very nicely vented to keep my face from being to hot. I would recommend these for anyone who wants a great pair of goggles.

  • "AMAZING!!"

    , BC
    Pros: no fog, good lens, durable Cons: pricy,

    the oakley crowbar is the best goggle ive ever owned.they have a awesome lens, that hasn't foged up yet this year (33 days0 the goggles work very well with my helmet and this goggle is very comfortable. highly recomended.

  • "AMAZING!!"

    , BC
    Pros: no fog, good lens, durable Cons: pricy,

    The oakley crowbar is the best goggle I've ever owned. They have a awesome lens, that hasn't fogged up yet this year (33 days). The goggles work very well with my helmet and this goggle is very comfortable. Highly recommended.

  • "Oakgee"

    , Banff, AB
    Pros: Comfy, Steezy, Cons:

    Always reliable, Oakley Crowbars are super sturdy and fog free. Definitely a good buy.

  • "Oakgee"

    , Banff, AB
    Pros: Comfy, Steezy, Cons:

    Always reliable, Oakley Crowbars are super sturdy and fog free. Definitely a good buy

  • "my only goggles"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: no fogging, comfortable, Cons:

    These fit comfortably with my RED HiFi helmet. I used to hate wearing goggles since they seemed to get in my way, but I can have on all day and barely notice. Keeps the sun out of my eyes as well. Oakley knows what they're doing.

  • "best goggles ive owned"

    , Chicago, IL
    Pros: comfortable, great visibility, no fog Cons: expensive when stacked against competitors,

    simply put, this is one of the best goggles on the market. they are the best pair ive ever owned. they do their job well, no fog, great peripheral vision, and theyre comfortable to be worn all day without any issues.

  • "best goggles ive owned"

    , Chicago, IL
    Pros: comfortable, great visibility, no fog Cons: expensive when stacked against competitors,

    Simply put, this is one of the best goggles on the market. They are the best pair I've ever owned. They do their job well, no fog, great peripheral vision, and they're comfortable to be worn all day without any issues.

  • "won't look anywhere else"

    , AL
    Pros: comfy, stylish, everything Cons: none,

    my crowbars are exactly what i look for in a goggle. comfortable, look awesome, great field of vision. literally no downside

  • "won't look anywhere else"

    , AL
    Pros: comfy, stylish, everything Cons: none,

    My crowbars are exactly what I look for in a goggle. Comfortable, look awesome, great field of vision. Literally no downside.

  • "Oakley makes the best"

    , MD
    Pros: good vision, comfortable, Cons: none,

    I borrowed these goggles from my friend and they are really nice in pink iridium. But I do prefer my wisdoms because I like the hinges on the side.

  • "Asian Fit???"

    , SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    Pros: Reliable Brand, Awesome lens quality, Cons: Size feels incorrect,

    Bought this goggle in both regular and asian fit...i think it was just small for my face. The fit wasn't quit right, although it claims its for a m/l size face. I felt like my peripheral vision was limited due to the small size of the goggles.

  • "Oakley Crowbars"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: oakley style, warm, fogless Cons: expensive,

    I've seen so many worn around so I got a pair. Oakley crowbars have that unique Oakley goggle look. It's warm and snug fitting. The lens is dark but seeing through is very clear and definition is good. Doesn't fog and fits with my helmet.

  • "Oakley Crowbars"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: oakley style, warm, fogless Cons: expensive,

    I've seen so many worn around so I got a pair. Oakley crowbars have that unique oakley goggle look. It's warm and snug fitting. The lens is dark but seeing thru is very clear and definition is good. Doesn't fog and fits with my helmet.

  • "Have to get a pair"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: Comfortable, Dont fog, Sexy Cons:

    I own a pair of these. they look sick, feel great, and have very good ventillation for your face. Love them.

  • "Have to get a pair"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: Comfortable, Dont fog, Sexy Cons:

    I own a pair of these. they look sick, feel great, and have very good ventillation for your face. love them

  • "Love them!!!"

    , PLYMOUTH, MI
    Pros: Comfort, Fits great with almost every helmet, Cons:

    I have 2 pairs of these and love them. They fit great with the tripple layer face foam. Awesome peripheral vision and the outriggers help enhance the comfort too! In my opinion the best goggle Oakley has ever made.

  • "Best of the kind"

    , AL
    Pros: nice fit, wide vision, doesnt fog up Cons:

    These are by far the best goggles. Im asian so I got flat face, yet they fit me pretty damn good. These didn't fog up at all and vision is super wide and clear There's reason why Oakley's are famous with their eyewear, it's because they make them the best

  • "Best of the kind"

    , AL
    Pros: nice fit, wide vision, doesnt fog up Cons:

    These are by far the best goggles. I'm asian so I have a flat face, yet they fit me pretty damn well. These didn't fog up at all and vision is super wide and clear. There's reason why Oakley's are famous with their eyewear, it's because they make them the best.

  • "oakley at its finest"

    , Braintree, MA
    Pros: fit comforatably, dont fog up, Cons: none,

    This is why I only wear oakleys. These goggles are the best, they do not ever fog up on you. It feels like nothing is even there most of the time. I love these goggles and recommend them to anyone in need of a new pair.

  • "oakley at its finest"

    , Braintree, MA
    Pros: fit comforatably, dont fog up, Cons: none,

    this is why i only wear oakleys these goggles are the best they do not ever fog up on you it feels like nothing is even there most of the time i love these goggles and recommend them to anyone in need of a new pair

  • "Oakley Crowbar"

    , CARLSBAD, CA
    Pros: They are polarized and don't fog up on you., They look sleek and are very durable., Lets put it like this Oakley Duh Cons: None really ,

    These goggles are very good looking and they're made by Oakley they have been a brand I have trusted for many years for my eye protection. I have a pair of sunglasses for driving, surfing, and just going out this brand you know you can trust!

  • "Oakley Crowbar"

    , CARLSBAD, CA
    Pros: They are polarized and don't fog up on you., They look sleek and are very durable., Lets put it like this Oakley Duh Cons: None really ,

    These goggles are very good looking and they're made by Oakley they have been a brand I have trusted for many years for my eye protection F.E. I have a pair of Sunglasses for Driving, surfing, and just going out this brand you know you can trust!

  • "oakley goggles"

    , MUSKEGON, MI
    Pros: eliminate glare, Cons: dont fit my face,

    these goggles are prime. they can be used in cloudy conditions and clear skys.

  • "Crowbar"

    , Walnut, CA
    Pros: Fit, Many Colors, Many Lenses Cons: None, None, None

    I have two pairs of crowbars and two pairs of A frames. I like to ride in the crowbars more often because it gives you a wider range of view. This is perfect for medium sized heads and is great for helmets!

  • "O MY GOGGLES"

    , Bismarck, AL
    Pros: You won't even notice your wearing them, the word fog will leave your vocabulary , Cons: you won't want to take them off, a little pricey but worth it

    these goggles could not get any better. everything goggles are suppose to be is packed into these with the highest quality possible. Oakley never ceases to amaze me.

  • "Love them"

    , ARVADA, CO
    Pros: comfortable, no fog, great lens Cons: extra lens are expensive,

    I love my crowbars. I have Black Iridium for sunny days and H.I Yellow for overcast or snowy days. Will be getting Fire and Blue Iridium soon!

  • "Nothing Better"

    , MAPLE SHADE, NJ
    Pros: comfortable, great lense options, Cons:

    These are the best goggles on the market right now! They do not fog up in the least bit. The comfort level is unbelievable. The are Oakleys, so they will last forever. If you don't believe any other reviews, here is just one more very satisfied customer. If you don't have these on your face, you are missing out big time.

  • "Great googles"

    , richmond, BC
    Pros: Large size, No fog, Great fit Cons:

    I Have the brown colored polarized lens. It is perfect for days with bright sunshine and reduced almost all glare. The Asian fit, fitted well and did closed the gap between my nose and googles since I have a flat nose. Big area of view due to it's large size. Best googles I've ever owned!!!

  • "Just Awesome"

    , Dedham, MA
    Pros: No fogging, No pressure points, Awesome strap Cons:

    Like always, Oakley puts out another great goggle. While fairly pricey, there are plenty of deals to be found. Personally, I have had no trouble with them. No fogging, no pressure points, awesome strap that sticks to the head and is large enough for over helmet use. I even went face first into a box and have rode through the trees a couple of times with no scratches. Just a warning, oakley tells you to clean the lens with only the microfiber bag that is included or you can void the warranty. I only clean with the bag (keep it in my pocket) and it works great.

  • "Awesome goggles!"

    , Windsor, ON
    Pros: No fogging, Fits well with helmet, Comfortable Cons: A little pricy,

    I recently bought 2 pairs of Crowbars to replace the A-Frames I sold to my friends. These goggles are awesome. The large lens makes for excellent peripheral vision. I have the Fire Iridium lens for daytime sunny riding and the Hi-intensity yellow lens for night and other riding. Both lenses work excellent for their respective purposes and have never once fogged on me. The goggles themselves fit absolutely perfect with my RED Trace helmet, no gap and no awkward fitting at all. I would recommend these glasses to anyone who wants a good looking, high quality goggle that fits well with helmets.

  • "Oakley Crowbars"

    , GAITHERSBURG, MD
    Pros: great look, comfortable, Cons:

    I already owned some crowbars with the fire iridium lens but it was only good for those really sunny days. I wanted a lens that could be used both day and night. I ended up getting the pink iridium lenses. The pink iridium lens is definitely an all in one lens for any condition day and night. I also like the easiness of swapping out the lenses if needed.

  • "Crowbar Danny Kass"

    , KENT, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, No Fog, Fit well with helmet Cons: Non spherical lense,

    These goggles are really comfortable. They fit really well with my anon HiFi helmet. I have never had them slip off or fog while riding. I love all of the different colors you can get them in...definitely some of the nicer looking goggles out there. I replaced the lenses on mine with the non tinted orange lenses and just use them for night riding now. The one thing I would change about these goggles is giving them a spherical lens. I use my anon hawkeyes much more than these goggles just because the better field of view. As far as nonspherical lenses go, these ones are great. I lost my case for them at some point and still have yet to get a scratch on them. If you see a pair on sale, pick them up cuz you wont be disappointed.

  • "2011 Crowbars"

    , SACRAMENTO, CA
    Pros: Comfortable , Lens Options, Helmet Compatible Cons: Difficult lens swap, FOV is average,

    I use the pink iridiums for everyday use and they work very well. Doesn't fog up easily and the one time they did, they cleared up fast. With the pink iridiums, they get a little bright when the sun come out. The lens can be a little difficult to swap in the beginning. The Splices are very easy and quick.

  • "Awesome"

    , FAIRFAX, VA
    Pros: good lens, good fit, good ventilation Cons: n/a,

    I've been using these goggles and they are awesome. the lens are great - everything is crystal clear. I like the ventilation on these too. Never gets foggy.

  • "Crowbar All Day Every Day"

    , Seattle, WA
    Pros: Great lenses, comfy, VERY comfy Cons: pinch nose a bit,

    these are some of the best goggles out there. they are very comfy. they fit larger faces because of their super big frames and lenses, which help your peripheral views. every lens that comes with them are very nice, and will leave you speechless! only thing is that these bad boys pinch your nose a little bit..

  • "you get what you pay for"

    , State College, PA
    Pros: doesn't fog, easy to see in any condition, Cons: price,

    it's quite pricey but then again, when it comes to things like these you do get what you pay for. i really liked that it doesn't fog and it's a clear vision in any condition, unless you're going through a storm it's a different story, but whether it be sunny or cloudy, you can see the terrain and everything. super clutch

  • "There's a reason why they're the best..."

    , MINOT, ND
    Pros: Absolutely no fogging, perfect size for my biggish head, comfortable, helmet compatible, sick looking Cons: wish they were a little cheaper,

    picked up a new pair of Crowbars locally the other day and they are just as glorious as my past pairs. Oakley knows their shiz and these come through. Like i said, no fogging, no pressure points, and easily used with a helmet. It has a perfect balance of air flow that eliminates fogging but also doesn't make you cry on the way down. Seriously, this is the all around goggle that everyone should buy. I can't wait until i get my free goggle coupon so i can get another pair! Excellent product!

  • "Just a bit too small"

    , billings, MT
    Pros: sweet style, nice lens , comfy strap Cons: narrow fit for me, pinched nose,

    I was really excited to find these goggs. I had heard a lot of positives about them, and I can see why. Lens: I tried out the VR50 lens. It definitely brought out more color, the slight pink tint made shadows pop. I didn't get to use it on a very bright day, so no luck there. Frame: Really flexible and comfortable. The face fuzz was soft as well. Straps: Large enough to fit around my helmet, and I really liked the silicon layers. Style: super cool looks. Field of View: This was lacking in my experience. The FOV was vary similar to my Smith Phenom, so a bit small when looking down and the sides. These do have a nice large piece of lens over the nose, so more vision when looking up and out. Fit: This is where the bummer comes in. For my head, the side foam sat just outside to right on the edge of my eye sockets. I probably could get by with these, but it is just too close to wear comfortably. They also pinched my nose off a bit more than I would like.

  • "Crowbars"

    , Lawrenceburg, IN
    Pros: Sleek look, Dope colorways, Parts and Durability Cons: sorta pricy, but %110 worth it!,

    I own the 2011 Seth Morrison crowbars with permission lense. These goggles are my favorites by far. Love the interchangable straps, lense, frame, and riggers. There isn't a limit with these things! I only had one issue with them, which was user error. i had them in my jackets' goggle pocket when I 540'd and slid out into a pole. I broke my helmet and got knocked out cold, but only cracked the lense in the middle. Basically, the frame and riggers are bomb proof! Can't wait for the twenty-twelves. Get on these!

  • "Crowbars"

    , SAN DIEGO, CA
    Pros: anti fogging, oakley lens technology, Cons:

    I just scored a set of these for really cheap. awesome goggles. I have the regular set and I'm asian and they fit fine with no nose gap. So just because you're asian, dont feel obligated to get the asian fit ones. now the hard part is trying to find an every day lens cause i hate swapping out during the day.

  • "great goggles but pricy"

    , Toronto, ON
    Pros: great vision, doesn't fog, Cons: not confortable on my nose, $$$,

    just wanted to say l got these as a gift from my parents. the vision is great and l might just say its oversized a little for me. it has a rounded shape too so that theres more vision. It hasnt fogged up yet as of now, given that you put it on correctly. l need to have it stay close to my nose or else it does fog up, but by doing so it pinches my nose just a tad. not a big thing but when l'm panting it does feel not as comfortable. also from what l see online, theres go for 100+ a pair, but for a good pair of goggles, l guess its worth every penny

  • "great overall (dark grey lens)"

    , Toronto, ON
    Pros: great style, doesnt fog, Cons: pricy,

    l got the dark grey lens and factory text from here. Overal very happy with it. Rode with it a few days ago. The lens in life is actually alot darker than the picture but very clear. Great for overcast days. Put it to work for 8hrs on and off. Stayed fog free. THere was alot of padding, more than l expected and wanted personally, think there is 3 layers in total when you look from the top down. Left some imprints on my face but l guess has to do with my adjustment. Overal satisfy with my purchase, would buy again or the splice since some ppl say it doesnt pinch your nose(splice)

  • "CROWBARS FIRE IRIDIUM"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: Great Fit, Comfortable, Ventilated Cons: none,

    This is my first year having these goggles and i am in love. They are mirrors on the outside so you cannot see inside them. They look so sick and very comfortable on your face. They do not fog up at all and they have vents all over them so they keep your face cool. You cant go wrong buying these.

  • "Crowbars"

    , Brimson, MO
    Pros: Very Clear, Look amazing, Cons: pinch my nose, hard to breathe, Pricy,

    Overall, the Crowbars are a great goggle, they're Oakley's afterall. The complaints I may have for me personally, these pinch the bridge of my nose and make it very hard to breathe out of, my buddy tried them on and he had the same problem. Also, these aren't cheap, I got the persimmon lense, which aren't good for a sunny day so I had to purchase a fire iridium lense in addition.

  • "Not for me"

    , laurence harbor, NJ
    Pros: Good construction, Nice lookin goggles, Quality Oakley product Cons: Not for bigger faces, Strap is way to short ,

    A good quality product from Oakley, however it just doesn't fit my face or head. The foam on the goggles pinches my nose shut and the corner of my eyes touch the side edges of the foam. The strap is also way to short. Worn with a helmet, these goggles are just way to tight. Recommend you try them on before buying, especially if you have a larger face.

  • "oakley crowbar!!!"

    , TORRANCE, CA
    Pros: doesnt fog, good peripheral vision, Cons:

    oakley is oakley for a reason. they have 3 cushion so the goggle feels very comfortable even when you have it on for a long time. never fogs up, and has very good peripheral vision. i got the black frame with vr28 lens and im loving every bit of it. and on top of it, i used to get taxed cause i lived in california but i guess they moved to minnesota, so i didnt even get taxed and shipping was free. great deal!

  • "Oakley Crowbar's are my jam!"

    , APO, AK
    Pros: Great Fit, Multiple Lens Choices, Easily Adjustable and stay put on my head Cons: Havent found any yet,

    I have been using the Crowbar goggle for four years now and I love them! I have been using the same yellow lens the whole time and they barely have any scratches or dings and still dont fog up all nasty like, thanks to the well designed venting system. The strap is really nice to with the rubberized inner strap so they stay put too. I think the next step for these goggles for me is a couple more lenses for those brighter days.

  • "Great Goggles, a little small"

    , AL
    Pros: Oakley quality, even/comfortable fit (pressure), good visability Cons: it sat really close to my eye (width),

    I purchased these online without trying as the reviews seemed good and I have loved every Oakley eyepiece I have owned. First impressions were great, but as soon as I put this on I realized that the side edges sat kind of close to my eyes. Visibility was fine, just an awkward feeling having something that close. I don't have a big face or anything, I'd say normal, maybe a little long. Once I hit the slopes though, it was not that big of an issue and was comfortable throughout the day. I tried my friend's A frames for a while and those definitely fit better for my face. Great goggles, but just not 100% best for me. I'm not even sure if I would replace them, unless I came across a wow deal on something else.

  • "the best!"

    , AL
    Pros: no fog, comfortable, clear Cons: none,

    the oakley crowbar goggles are very comfortable. i have used these goggles many times. they dont let too much wind through like some other goggles do. these goggles are a little bit big, so if you have a small face you probably dont want these goggles. these goggles also fit well with a helmet. i would reccommend buying these from somewhere else because they seem really high priced

  • "best goggles I have owned"

    , AL
    Pros: Light, comfortable, great vision Cons:

    best goggles I have owned, they do not fog up, slip, and they have great contrast on cloudy days.

  • "Lens changes a snap"

    , AL
    Pros: Comfortable foam/fleece padding, High quality build, Impossible to fog up Cons:

    These goggles have a great foam padding that is lined with fleece-like fabric. The ample ventilation, dual lens and anti-fog coating means that these things are almost impossible to fog up. Changing lenses is also a breeze; it will probably take 40 seconds your first time doing it, and less than 30 seconds after you've done it a few times. It's nice to have the option to have a dark lens for the daytime, and switch to a lighter option for night or cloudy conditions. Excellent goggle

  • "Oakley knows their stuff!"

    , AL
    Pros: Comfortable, Durable, easy to clean lens, Awesome Design Cons: Does let some air in.,

    I picked up these at a Ski/Snowboard Expo and I'm quite happy, I have them with a Green/white frame a dark mirrored lens, which is perfect for day, but kills depth perception at night. These goggles will not ice over, and are true to the quality standard of other Oakley products, a must buy.

  • "Oakleys are the best"

    , AL
    Pros: Great visibility, Lots of color choices, They dont fog when used correctly Cons: Price varies greatly,

    The oakley crowbar is an awesome pair of goggles. They have a duel layer lens the outer layer being polycarbonate and the inner layer being acetate separated by a layer of foam which keeps them from fogging. The back strap has silicon beading to keep them stuck to your head/Gear. The strap is easily adjustable, the color combos are nearly endless, the Per. vision is great with these, and they can be bought on sale almost every where. Bottom line is they are great goggles with awesome oakley technology.

  • "Oakley Crowbar Danny Kass "

    , CA
    Pros: Stylish, Great Comfort, Great Vision Cons: Not for Large Face Structure,

    As with any Oakley goggle, great peripheal vision and great comfort. The outriggers really help take the pressure off your face. It fits well with my Giro Helmet.

  • "Solid goggle"

    , Ephrata, PA
    Pros: Rarely fog, Great lens options, Wide view Cons:

    Theres a reason you see so many people on the mountain in Crowbars.. They're awesome goggles, clean looks, soo many lenses (I recommend pink iridium), and they come in great colors. Plus Oakley is a name you can rely on, they gave me a free lens when I was demoing in VT a few years back and they have great customer service if you happen to have a problem, which I would suspect you wouldn't.

  • "The best Oakley"

    , SAINT PETERSBURG, FL
    Pros: Peripheral vision, comfortable, outridger, no fag, Cons: looks big,

    As much as I like my oakley A frame, this one definitely provide better peripheral vision. It has all the attribute of an Aframe with the benefit of better peripheral vision. I never had any fog issue with this goggle. One thing I dont like about it is that it looks kind of bulky. Its good with a helmet, when wear without it, the outrigger really stick out. Other than one, GREAT goggle.

  • "Comfy and nice"

    , newcastle, WA
    Pros: Comfy, Doesn't fog, quality Cons: price,

    Oakley crowbar is single lens goggles. The fit is nice and comfortable. The lens strap has a small rubber lining which makes it stay on helmets. I have this is a Giro helmet and the goggles barely fit due to the size of the Oakley frame. I would check compatibility of this lens and helmet combo to make sure they fit on . The lens is interchangeable, I have it in orange. No problems with fogging, though the foam lining is thin around the edge of the goggle, questionable on long term durability, but I have no issues yet.

  • "Can't beat Oakley optics"

    , Forest Hills, NY
    Pros: Optical clarity, Anti-fog, Comfortable Cons:

    When it comes to optics, you can't beat Oakley. They've been in the game for so long that they know what they're doing when it comes to lenses. I own the Terje signature model with the pink iridium lens and it works well in every type of condition (although it excels in cloudy and overcast light). The fit is perfect with my Smith Holt helmet and there is no gaper gap. It's super comfortable to wear all day and doesn't cause eye fatigue. Unlike my Electric EG-2's which annoyingly reflect light inside the goggles, the Crowbars allow you to see everything with razor sharp visual acuity.

  • "huge size"

    , Toronto, ON
    Pros: large viewing radius, comfortable, helmet compatable Cons: too big, expensive,

    got these as a gift. the grey lens to be specific. The pro first. The lens and goggle in genreal is huge, hence a big viewing radius. I really like the way it sits on my noes, doesn't bother me at all and able to attach to my helmet also. However the size is huge compared to the anon l had before that it becomes overwhelming if you look in the mirror. Can be good and bad, personal preference l guess. and for 100$ l rather get anon as they are better style in my honest opinion. It does fog up if l get a tiny bit of snow inside but l guess thats normal. Overal good goggles, comparable to other ones.

  • "Best of the Best"

    , HARRISONBURG, VA
    Pros: great venting, plenty of colors to choose, great strap system Cons: price,

    This is the first goggle which I never need to remove from my face. All other goggle that I've ever used needed at some point to be removed from my face in order to get the moisture out. But not Oakley. They do have great venting. The straps are really good too. They never slip or move, because of the rubber thing on inside part. The google straps are connected in way that you can use this one with every helmet, of course if you need to.


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Cassandra D: To replace o frame goggles May 12, 2014
Mary Theresa T: My grandson said these were good. Dec 2, 2013
Carlin D: It's a gift for my brother, and I wanted him to have the best, because he deserves it. Nov 21, 2013
Daniel G: Great Value for a good goggle with upgraded lens. Nov 16, 2013