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Oakley Crowbar Goggle Replacement Lens

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    • Fire Iridium, One Size
      $75.00
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      $75.00
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      sale $37.50
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      $45.00
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      $45.00
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    Dark Grey for All-Purpose

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is my second Dark Grey Oakley lens, the first being on my Canopys which I use as my primary goggle. I have used HI yellow, persimmon, Pink Iridium, Jade Iridium, Black Iridium and clear. While the Jade Iridium may be a slightly better all-purpose lens (all though a little dark for low light), the Dark Grey provides a similar range of use. The Dark Grey also has improved use in low light vs jade iridium. And for the cost, who can complain? On very sunny late season days, it may be necessary to switch to sunglasses or a lens with lower VLT (Visible Light Transmission).

    Love my Crowbars

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had my crowbar frames for ages, but I have a tendency to destroy the lenses due to my love of skiing in the trees and my inability to remember to bring in my goggles from the car after a pow day. luckily, I can always pick up a replacement lens and boom... just like new. I own the emerald iridium and rose iridium for bright and low light days, respectively. My only complaint is that the lenses are really difficult to change in and out- or at least time consuming.

    HiYellow make great add on lens!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got the HiYellow to go with my fire iridium lenses and now between the two I have the perfect lens for every condition from bluebird to stormy night riding.

    I would give 5 stars but I have to agree that they seem to scratch more easily than my smith lens do, allow with proper care this is certainly avoidable.

    Not very Durable-Persimmon Lens

      I use these for fat biking in Wisconsin. I am riding mostly at night, and wanted something to protect me from the cold, vent moisture, and add definition to the blanket of snow. I really like the lens, but they scratch very easily.

      Returned but still charged

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I ordered these lenses, but then decided to cancel the order. Customer service was great and had the order returned to their warehouse, no complaints there. The only problem is i still got charged the 75$ for the lenses... Please help!

      Oakley makes quality

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Had to replace my cracked lens. Bought the emerald iridium. This is a daytime lens as it was very hard to see at night, still manageable, but I would suggest changing lens when going out at night. Overall, solid lens that blocks out the sun and does not fog up. Worth the $75.

      Very nice to have the Versatility

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I had been using the Pink Iridium variant for a long time with pleasant results in a wide range of conditions, but I decided I could do better in flat light and purchased the H.I. Yellow. These things truly are 'High Intensity' in their amplification of light. They work incredibly well. I did not realize the faults of the Pink Iridium in the lowest of lights until I used these. It is great to have a wide range of lights covered now and would highly recommend these to anyone who is searching for a good low-light lens. Especially for skiing anywhere above tree-line (Colorado comes to mind) these make negotiating low light much more pleasant.

      My go to lenses

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Hi/Yellow, Blue Iridium, Dark Grey are the only lenses I need to worry about having. From Bright to dark stormy days this combo gives me the best optical performance. Conditions can change quick in the mtn's so it's always a good idea to go out with a few extra lenses or goggles. As another reviewer commented don't touch the inner lens with your bare hand, always use a goggle wipe and these will last a long time!

      My go to lenses

      Great lenses, just don't touch them

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have a pair of crowbars with the pink iridium. The goggles worked great, until i touched the inside of the lenses with the Goggle bag to clear some condensation from hiking. then all hell broke loose. the lens, with the most delicate of touch is now permanently cloudy. apparently the anti-fog on the inside of the lens is not to be touched under any circumstance. the advice that the shop girl gave to me is to put them under a hand dryer in the lodge. not exactly great for backcountry use, and not what you would expect from a lens this expensive!

      I had the very same issue with a pair of fire iridium, I cleaned them once with the Oakley cleaning bag they suggest you use and now they fog _every_ single time.

      I don't know if this is an Iridium coating issue, but I also have a pair of VR50 and they are still good, never suffered from that.

      Love it

        I chose the fire iridium to replace the stock ones that came with my jp auclair signature crowbars. The color is sick, and the tint inside is very nice for those sunny days. I don't use it on cloudy days though, because it is just a little too dark. But I love it, very pleased with the purchase.

        Fire Iridium

          I have used fire iridium for 1 1/2 seasons now. I use it during the day time. It's blocks out light great and is the perfect tint for sunny days. It also does good on cloudy/overcast days too. My favorite part is the look from the outside. It's a mirrored lens, so people cant see your eyes. Overall, great lens, looks cool.

          Not quite right.

            I got the Danny Kass Fire Iridium. They look great & have awesome clarity but they are too tight on the bridge of my nose & they were restricting my breathing. I have a fairly narrow nose so I don't know why they are so tight. They also irritated my cheeks & caused a slight rash. I've since changed to Smith Phenoms & couldn't be happier. I gave the Crowbars to my teenage son & he loves them.

            Black Iridium

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            There are two Goggles in my "quiver" Both Oakley Crowbars,and inside an Electric travel case.

            Hi-Yellow for Dark Days and Black Iridium on brighter days.



            This review is for the Black Iridium. The star rating I give is different than another review I previously gave.



            The Black Iridium is a 3-star lens to me. It's a darker lens, so it's designed for bright days. But it doesn't block enough light for my taste.

            if it's bluebird.. go for something darker.



            3 Star 'cause it's not effective. not less than 3 star because it's still quality.

            Hi-Yellow

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            There are two Goggles in my "quiver" Both Oakley Crowbars,and inside an Electric travel case.

            Hi-Yellow for Dark Days and Black Iridium on brighter days.



            This review is for the HI-Yellow. The star rating I give is different than another review to follow.



            The Hi-Yellow is a 5-star lens to me. It's very, very versatile from storm days all the way through to overcast. When the sun comes out, obviously, it's time to put them away. The Hi-Yellow is a specified lens, and not a universal like a Persimmon.



            Love it.

            which can i use for cloudy days ?

            which can i use for cloudy days ?

            I have crowbars with fire iridium lense...

            I have crowbars with fire iridium lense currently but im looking for a lense for the overcast and stormy days. i still want a bit of reflection look so that you cant see my eyes clearly. any suggestions?

            I have loved the VR50 Pink Iridium and the H.I. Persimmon lenses that Oakley makes for the lower light days. Both of these lenses will have a slight mirror to them. Keep in mind that the more mirrored the lens the less light it allows through. This means that most good low light lenses will not be heavily mirrored.

            The H.I. Persimmon is a one stop shop! Orange base color has always been a go to color, The H.I adds the stylie!!! Pink base color works well too but it is pink so boss those colors or not.



            I snowboard & ski 5 days a week in any conditions, if you want to get 2 lens combinations get the H.I. Persimmon & a Polarized Lens.



            3 Lens combo: H.I. Persimmon, Polarized, & H.I. Yellow (for super dark days... but you can totally get away with the H.I. Persimmon [AKA.. H.I. Orange])



            Oakley likes to differentiate their products within their products, it confuses everyone, but they do have the best goggle padding & lenses in the market. Treat them right & they will last 500, 8+ hours a day!



            (a light rubbing compound made to remove scratches from your car's paint ""MAY"" restore the cloudiness from the insides of your lenses when used with a microfiber cloth)



            Are the Blue Iridium lenses fine for...

            Are the Blue Iridium lenses fine for night?

            generally, iridium lenses are meant for daytime riding, as they all offer varying amounts of UV light filtration (fire iridium having the highest I believe).

            For night riding you'll want a more clear lens (HI yellow, clear, or pink will do fine, even Persimmon)

            blue should be ok. i've ridden at night with black iridiums and it was fine but i prefer my yellow lenses in low light. also, ALL oakley lenses block out 100% of UV light. the previous answer confuses blocking overall light transmission with blocking UV light. UV light is invisible to the human eye and any quality lens should block out 100% of UV.

            What is the difference between the Fire...

            What is the difference between the Fire Iridium and the Polarized Fire Iridium (besides the obvious). I'm contemplating on buying one of the two, but I wanna know if the polarized counterpart is worth paying twice the price for.

            I'm looking for a lens that acts well during the bright days but also helps to contrast decently during the snowy/overcast days. Thoughts?

            For one, polarization of a lense will block a great percentage of light without requiring a tint. Polarized lenses block the percentage of light that is reflected, for example, if you look at a lake, you will see the skys' reflection on the water if you have regular lenses, and you will see objects in the water if you have polarized lenses.



            for snowy/white-out days, where you can't even see your own shadow, light is reflected in every direction, the only lens that will make a significant difference will be a polarized one.



            For all other aspects, they will be smilar, but there is always a bit of an edge to reducing the reflected light.



            Hope this helps!

            how are the Persimmon lenses for at...

            how are the Persimmon lenses for at night?

            are the emerald iridium good for night...

            are the emerald iridium good for night riding?

            Actually no - the Emerald Irid. lenses are best for mostly sunny riding days. If you want a night riding (ie: very little available light) lens from this selection, the Hi-Intensity Yellow or a straight up Clear lens are going to treat you the best.

            Are these lenses completely reflective?

            Are these lenses completely reflective?

            Best Answer

            Oakley's reflective lenses are going to be the ones with the Iridium coating. Black, Fire, and Gold Iridium have the lowest light transmission (click "sizing chart" for our list of all of Oakley's lens tints), and are best for reducing glare on those bitching bluebird days.

            Is the dark grey lens similar to the black...

            Is the dark grey lens similar to the black iridium in high light conditions?

            As far as looks go, the black iridium appears chrome-like, and the grey appears as the color black.
            The grey and black only let in 10% and 18% of the light respectively, so they are for sure ideal for high light conditions. I have used both and have the dark grey lens right now. They actually have a blue-ish tint to them from the inside (when you first put them on). As soon as the sun goes away you can't see much at all. With the black lens, the have a slightly amber colored tint from the inside and are a little more versatile for variable light conditions.

            For bright conditions id deff recommend the dark grey.

            So I have the Fire Iridium lens which are...

            So I have the Fire Iridium lens which are great for sunny days, but they aren't good for any other kind of weather. Any suggestions for what lens I should get for non sunny days?

            Best Answer

            Yeah, I have pink iridium lenses for night riding... all my friends have dark lenses and then have to ditch the goggles once the sun goes down, but mine i can wear all night.

            I don't think dogfunk has them right now, but you can always get them straight from oakley at http://www.oakley.com/products/3279/24157

            where could i get a polarized crowbar...

            where could i get a polarized crowbar lens

            I need to know about fire iridum lens...

            I need to know about fire iridum lens please

            The inside of my lens appears to be foggy....

            The inside of my lens appears to be foggy. When i touch it, it feels rough compared to the outer surface. When cleaning, i only ever use the bag that came with them, but the inside is scuffed. What do I do? Black iridium lens.

            Which of these lenses is the most mirrored?...

            Which of these lenses is the most mirrored? I know that all iridium is technically mirrored, but which can you see through the least from the outside of all of these lenses? I don't want fire iridium, though I know that it is extremely reflective from the outside, so which other iridium lens can you see through the least from outside?

            I cracked the inside lense of my crowbars....

            I cracked the inside lense of my crowbars. Do these replacement lenses include the inside?

            I realize this is from a while ago, but just FYI oakley no longer replaces lenses if you crack em. Just got off the phone with them yesterday about the exact same thing. That being said if you go to an oakley store they seem to be a lot more generous with swaps on products that break since they want you to come back to the store.