I have a pair of Oakley Crowbar MX but now need some goggles for snowboarding, need new goggles as I have lost the old strap and obviously cant use a quick strap for snowbarding.Anyway, Oakley MX crowbar around £50, the same goggle in snow around £80, why?
YOZ 450 wrote
Dunno but i use light sesative progrip goggles on my crosser. They also have a double lense to stop them misting up and they a bloody brilliant.... even when i go up to wales in the snow with a sweaty head and not moving they don't mist up.. about 20-30 quid. super brill. and they have little pegs for your tear-offs
Snow lenses, as stated consist of two lenses sandwiched together, think double glazing,so are less likely to mist up.
Tbh it's best to wear the correct eye protection for your chosen discipline, you only have one pair of eyes.
As for tints :- http://uk.oakley.com/innovation/optical-superiority/lens-tints
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