| $60.50 - $130.00
|$76.90 - $97.90
|$109.95 - $149.95
When you're on the slopes, fight with the weather and snow conditions, but not your goggles - so leave nothing to chance with Oakley's Crowbar Snow goggles that stay in place and stay comfortable. Shield your eyes from all forms of UV, UVA, and UVB light, see clearly through the Plutonite lenses with High Definition Optics (HDO), and keep your face comfortable with the fleece face foam padding and weight-distributing balance struts.
|Face Size:||medium, large|
|Frame Features:||Fit / Comfort Helmet Compatibility Rigid O Matter Outrigger Strap Flexible O Matter Frame Material Triple-Layer Face Foam|
|Frame Material:||Plastic (Nylon)|
|Goggle Features:||Spherical Lens Dual Lens Anti-Fog Helmet Compatible Triple Layer Face Foam|
|Grip Strap:||yes, elastic|
|Lens Features:||HDO Lenses Plutonite Lenses with F3 Anti-Fog Coating Performance Lens Tints|
|Recommended Use:||winter sports|
|Ventilation:||top, bottom vents|
|Oakley Crowbar Snowboard Goggles||$54.95 - $150.00|
|Oakley Crowbar Iridium Goggle||$125.00|
|Oakley Crowbar||$61.99 - $200.00|
|Oakley Crowbar VR28 Goggles||$110.00|
No matter what lens you have, polarized or not. Oakley has so extremely high quality vision products. I love my crowbars a lot, They never fog up on me really ever besides when I wear a face mask. They vent out really well, my cheek bone and lower fore head never is to warm with these on. They also don't scratch to easily. The frame is pretty sturdy as well after all the times I have dropped them pulling them out of the goggle bag. Great goggles for the price, no doubt!
These goggles rock. I have been wearing IS or Iris goggles for the last ten years. I just made the switch and am very satisfied. These goggles fit great and are built tough. I bought some Ruby Clear lenses for them and they worked for both storm and bluebird conditions, first time that has ever happened. All in all a great goggle.
I've had a couple pairs of crowbars and all I can say is that they're an all around solid goggle. Theres a good amount of customization so you can trick them out and swapping the lenses is a breeze after a few times. I've got mine with the Fire Iridium and G30 Iridium lenses depending on conditions.
these goggles are awesome. i have the fire iridium lenses and they are way rad. i will never use anything else. they are super comfortable on my face, have a good field of vision, and also never fog. they also go really well with helmets. i recommend them
These have worked well over the past month or so. I have not had fogging issues and they are compatible with my Smith helmet. The vision field is sufficient, no complaints here.
the new blue and orange goggles are super sick looking, the crowbars are always a super nice goggle choice and look super good on the slopes
Really good vision with these dont fog up either.