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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,
- Mountain Gear
Whether you're snowboarding Whistler, skiing Mad River Glen or snowmobiling in Montana, the Oakley Crowbar Snow Goggles provide all-day comfort as well as maximum protection and performance. The lenses in these ski goggles are Plutonite to filter out all UV rays and harmful blue light, and they are treated with an anti-fog finish for crystal clear visibility. The frame is the first of its kind, distributing frame pressure with struts and designed to match the contours of the human face. High tech silicone backing on the strap keeps it in place and triple-layer face foam wicks away sweat when all those 360s start to warm you up. With the usual streamlined, all-or-nothing style that Oakley boasts, these Oakley goggles will look awesome as you gaze upon your kingdom of untracked powder before dropping in to lay waste to the bowl.
- Altrec Outlet
Description of Oakley Crowbar Goggles - Rasta Lion PersimmonScoring enough competition metal to start his own mint, Tanner Hall stands at the top of the skiing world. He won the Powder awards in 2008 for best film, best segment and best line. Tanner earned gold medals in Slopestyle three consecutive years and three times in Superpipe, including a gold in Big Air competition at the Winter X Games. At the time of this writing, he is tied with Shaun White for the most Gold Medals in the history of the Winter X Games seven. Movies such as Show and Prove and Believe showcase his talents as he rules untouched lines across the globe with the likes of Seth Morrison.We wanted to salute this icon of winter sports, so we gave him one of the best goggles on the mountain and let him trick it out with his own unique style.Landing his best tricks demands a wide-open view, so we combined an extended lens size with contours that open up peripheral and downward vision. HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS HDO maintains razor-sharp clarity thats simply unbeatable, and specially engineered anti-fog treatment helps keep the lens clear.Comfort is key, so this goggle offers a true anatomical fit that uses strap connectors to balance pressure. The lightweight O MATTER frame stays flexible when cold, and the triple layer of fleece foam wicks away sweat. No matter how hard it may try, UV cant get through the optically pure lens, and impact protection meets ANSI Z87.1 standards.The Tanner Hall edition of our CROWBAR Snow goggle comes with a MICROCLEAR bag for storage and lens cleaning.FeaturesIncreased lens sizing for greater visual rangeFlexible O MATTER chassisRigid O MATTER strap connections provide even distribution of goggle pressureTriple fleece face foam for maximum moisture wicking and comfortRe-designed facial fit contourMetal icon accentAnti-fog treated ballistic lensPatented XYZ OPTICSPLUTONITE lens material provides 100 protection against UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue lightDesigned for medium faces
- US Outdoor Store
Oakley honors freeskiing icon and New Canadian Air Force pilot J.P. Auclair with his very own Signature Crowbar Goggle. Back in the 1990's, the N.C.A.F. fired the first shots in the freeski invasion, and J.P. flew many sorties through enemy terrain parks, taking out hardened perceptions of skiing's limitations with every pass. Now that the war is over, he spends his time touring the globe, telling tales of the revolution and acting as an ambassador to nations with little freeski exposure. Currently he is focusing on Japan, and his Crowbar design reflects his location with a superimposed map of the Tokyo subway system on the frame. Everything else about the award-winning Crowbar remains the same, from the XYZ Optics and anti-fog coating, to Oakley's super-deluxe triple-layer fleece face foam.
- Backcountry Outlet
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