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Next time, don't leave them on the roof of the car.

Oakley Plutonite lenses are nearly indestructible under normal use. But let's say you leave your Crowbar Goggles on the roof of your car and they fall off and get run over by a semi, these Oakley Crowbar Replacement Lenses get you back in the saddle with minimal troubles. Oakley's patented XYZ Optics provide correction along three axes and increases contrast in flat light and glary conditions for astounding visibility across your entire field of vision. The Plutonite lens material also offers superior eye protection, blocking 100% of all UV.

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5 5

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.

which can i use for cloudy days ?

which can i use for cloudy days ?

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Hey nac4695612,

Thanks for your question.

I would suggest getting the black rose iridium replacement lens for a cloudy, low light day.

The rest of the item variants are for high light, sunny days.

Does the dark grey look black?

Does the dark grey look black?

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Yes i have them people can barely see my eyes through them

Yes i have them people can barely see my eyes through them
4 5

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.

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?

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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.

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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)

5 5

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
1 5

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!

Great lens

Great lens

In my jp auclair crowbars. Colors are awesome, love the mirror finish.

5 5

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.

5 5

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.

3 5

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.

3 5

Black Iridium

  • Gender: Male
  • 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.

5 5

Hi-Yellow

  • Gender: Male
  • 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.

Are the Blue Iridium lenses fine for...

Are the Blue Iridium lenses fine for night?

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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)

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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?

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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!

4 5

Orange

I rock the orange most days then break out something else 4 supper sunny and somtimes night.

how are the Persimmon lenses for at...

how are the Persimmon lenses for at night?

Unanswered Question

Hey would VR28 be good for over cast riding?...

Hey would VR28 be good for over cast riding? how is it at night riding, to dark?

are the emerald iridium good for night...

are the emerald iridium good for night riding?

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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.