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Oakley A Frame Goggles

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  Read 12 Reviews   |  AVG 4.5


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This design is so innovative, it's been a favorite since the first edition was unleashed more than a decade ago. The Oakley A Frame goggle bunkers your eyes in protection while treating you to the comfort of triple-layer polar fleece foam. Oakley designed it for small to medium size faces. O Matter strap clips let you wear it sold or with a helmet.
 

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2012
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"Oakley A-Frmaes" 12/3/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Won't fog, Comfortable during long days on the mountain.,
  • Cons:  I found some small imperfections in new lenses,

Experience:   Last year I got my first pair of Oakley's after hearing about how much my brother loved his Crowbars. I decided to pick up a set of used A-Frame's, I love them, they don't fog at all, they don't create a discomfort after long days or riding and they look great. One thing that I would be careful of is scratching the lenses. When I got a replacement lens there were already small but barely noticeable imperfections, on my original lenses there are some small scratches even though the goggles have been kept in the case all their life. Overall, I would say go for these goggles if you are looking for a middle priced goggle that is well worth the money. Between buying the goggles and the replacement lenses, these goggles were worth every penny and I would recommend them to anyone from the casual rider to the die-hard snowboarder.
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"sickness" 11/15/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  no fog up, look stanzy, comfy and warm

Experience:   these goggles are great from the strap feeling fine on your hair to the easy adjustability with your gloves on. these goggles do it all. they never fog up even when they get snow inside of them. just shake em out and go. A+ Oakley
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Weight: 200 lbs
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"oakley a frame" 4/10/2014
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  comfortable, provides great protection from sun, slick design
  • Cons:  limited view,

Experience:   this is a very good goggles with great lens to prevent glare from the sun the only thing bad i can say is that it has limited view comparing it to an cannopy or a electric eg2
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Weight: 170 lbs
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"Mostly good goggles" 3/7/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Don't Fog, Comfortable, look cool
  • Cons:  weak lens,

Experience:   These goggles started out great but then the more they were used I started noticing little stress cracks that seemed to get worse over time. My best guess is that the initial cracks happened during my move to a different apartment. Still though, I've always heard so many great things about Oakley and I expected more. I know they have replacement lenses but instead of throwing money at the same goggles I switched to some great Scott goggles and have now used them longer than the Oakley A-Frames and still love the Scott goggles.
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Weight: 130 lbs
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"Good Goggles" 2/5/2013
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Comfortable, Don't fog,

Experience:   The goggles themselves fit comfortably and don't fog up for the most part. Mine came with amber lenses which I soon grew to hate no matter what condition the mountain was in. I'm just picky. I switched them out for some ruby clear's and am now completely happy =]
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"Good but theres better out there" 12/23/2012
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Look Cool,
  • Cons:  Smaller FOV,

Experience:   I think the A frames are designed with people with smaller faces. I think the build quality is good but not as solid compared to some offerings from dragon and electric. That being said, these are obviously very popular and its pretty easy to try them on and see if you like them.
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"great goggle" 12/26/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  comfortable, easy to change lense,
  • Cons:  tight nose bridge, very little downward vision,

Experience:   great goggle had them for yrs light comfy good vents although its a little tight on the nose bridge and little downward periphiral vision
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Weight: 165 lbs
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"Fire Iridium" 11/30/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Great in multiple light conditions, Fits well on helmets or heads, Light and solid

Experience:   I have 2 A-Frames with Fire Iridium and Brown Iridium lenses. The brown will work on any day condition and during night shreds at Squaw. The Fire lenses are unbeatable on bluebird days. The vents and lens quality let these NEVER FOG UP. They fit my ProTec helmet like a glove. Easily adjustable and light on the face.
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"Greatt goggles" 11/22/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  great lenses, great fit ,
  • Cons:  peripheral vision,

Experience:   Iv had these goggles for a while now. I always liked how they have so many different lenses to pick from. I wear these on cloudy days and at night with the High Intensity yellow lenses. They are comfortable. They could use a little more peripheral vision but other than that they are great. They come in many different frame colors too so they will match whatever you need to match with
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"Best lens ever." 11/22/2011
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  • Name: 2012 Oakley A Frame Goggles
  • Pros:  Never fogs, Great lens for flat or low light,

Experience:   I have the High Intensity Yellow lens and before these googles I thought all googles were the same. OH NO! Such a difference. The H.I. Yellow lens makes you see when the snow is dumping and its the flatest light of the year. They are simply put amazing.

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