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High end OTG Goggle choices ?oakley crowbars

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get contacts or have laser surgery isn't something i want to do at this time. 

 

ok so i have a pair of smith knowledge OTGS 

 

but i really want a pair of cool metallic red lensed goggles for sunny days. 

 

I went to a store and saw shane mcconkey oakley crowbars. tried them on they seemed to work . ordered them 

turns out they can't place the order . 


so is there any other goggles that are OTG that i should look into ? what are my options. if they had a swappable lense with clear that would be cool too . 


 

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I used to use Smith Knowledge OTG but they were never very comfortable and after I got new glasses, the glasses fogged up instantly and just stayed that way.  I finally took a chance and bought a pair of Bolle modulator OTG , Y-9 I think, and doubt I'll ever use any other.  The frame is a bit smaller than the Smith and fits my face about 100x better.  For me the  vermillion photochromic lens has worked really well.  

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I've had students with huge fogging problems with glasses under goggles.  Al of them were happy once they got Smith Turbo Fan goggles.

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Originally Posted by tetonpwdrjunkie View Post
 

I've had students with huge fogging problems with glasses under goggles.  Al of them were happy once they got Smith Turbo Fan goggles.

fogging isnt my issue i actually alread own these Smith Knowledge OTG turbo fan


i want something that looks nicer or has more red in it. choices are very limited.

 

looking into those boyles now

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