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  1. Brett28

    Brett28 Here's my money, thanks

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    Ok so I ride atv's and dirtbikes often and only have an oldschool o frame goggle that's pretty beat and I'd like to let then be hanging off my bass in my room for now. I know the airbrake is probably the best but I'm not looking to spend $200 so my question is, go "o-frame" or "proven"? I am not versed in the goggle world whatsoever and any input would be appreciated.

    Unfortunately all the goggles on the vault site are snow goggles, haven't seen an mx goggle on there yet and my local vault has the standard vanilla black/clear o frame but I want something different whether it be a color frame and/or iridium lens.
     
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  2. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    I ride motocross, and my go to pair is the Crowbar MX. The outrigger strap was the best goggle invention ever in my opinion.
     
  3. 77RRad

    77RRad Oakley Enthusiast

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    I use the mayhems with laminated tear offs and just recently purchased the airbrake with roll offs for 150 with friends an family wich might be going in still.
    Its 200 with rolloffsystem
    Its 160 without the rolloff system
    They do accept tearoffs and if you want to upgrade to the rolloff system later you can.
    Ron
     
  4. Brett28

    Brett28 Here's my money, thanks

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    I'm gonna look I to that, thanks bro


    I have a feeling the f and f is over but I may be wrong, thank you for the input. I'm not usually taking roosts from another rider so I probably won't need the tear offs. How do the rollers affect your field of vision?
     
  5. 77RRad

    77RRad Oakley Enthusiast

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    I am not sure yet.
    I cant ride with them tilll Santa puts them under the tree from my daughter.LOL

    Ron
     
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  6. TWag113

    TWag113 Oakley Beginner

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    Crowbar or mayhem, I have about 3 to 4 pairs of each for motocross that I switch between and they both work well. As OakleyGuru379 mentioned, the outrigger strap is the way to go. Just make sure it fits right in your helmet; you might have to take the nose guard off depending on the fit. I run a Shoei Vfx-w and have no issues with either one.
     
  7. Brett28

    Brett28 Here's my money, thanks

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    Gotcha, thanks man this is all very helpful
     
  8. pistolpetefan23

    pistolpetefan23 Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Can you wear glasses under any of the dirt Goggles?
     
  9. Brett28

    Brett28 Here's my money, thanks

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    Eh probably not bro, I haven't tried it but it would be real tight and the earstems would interfere with the seal by the temple
     
  10. 77RRad

    77RRad Oakley Enthusiast

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    Yes you can. You can under the L frame goggles. They are made so you can wear glasses under them.