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Just as JP brought a fresh approach to freeskiing, his Oakley JP Auclair Signature Photo Crowbar Goggle can supply fresh style and crisp vision when you need it most. You can be sure that a member of the New Canadian Air Force needs a wide, clear view to stomp all those corked spins over the years, and he gets it thanks to Oakley's top-shelf optics.

  • JP Auclair pro model provides a sweet, stylish look for your ski getup
  • Tough, dual Plutonite lenses block out 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue rays while XYZ Optics and a spherical shape prevent distortion and enhance vision
  • Wide, flexible O Matter frame fits snugly, doesn't cramp your nasal cavity, and helps provide enhanced peripheral vision
  • Medium fit works for most face sizes
  • Helmet-compatible design fits with your brain bucket
  • Three-layer fleece foam liner is soft and smooth on your face and dries quickly after you rag-doll for a hundred yards
  • Several top vents, dual lens design, and F3 Fog Technology prevent interior condensation during hikes and after falls
  • Silicone-coated strap grip secures the goggle to your helmet or hat
  • Rigid O Matter strap outriggers let you fine-tune the fit to your helmet or helmet-free setup
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style vs functionality

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Graphics on the frame are some of the best out there, without a doubt. But if you opt for the emerald lens, make sure you have a back up pair of goggles you love because the only time you'll be wearing these guys is on the bluest of bluebird days. Last thing you want while you're bombing down the mountain is to not be able to see what's coming at you.

With that being said, they really don't fog. Had them for a year and a half and have not had a fog issue worth remembering. Crowbar is a little more snug on the face- works for me though. When the sun is shining, these are no doubt my go-to.

I love these goggles.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Got these gogs from a local Shop last season and I must say I love them. They have a sweet graphic/colorway going on, they keep your face warm, you can see well, they don't fog, and if they do, it's cleared up in a matter of seconds, and lastly, they're still comfortable on the nose when you pull your mask up under them. I can remember one time when i caught an edge and face planted, hard, and they held up greatly. If I were to complain about one feature of these goggles, it would be this: if you get the Emerald (definitely the coolest lens), visibility can be a tad low in low-light conditions. But if you've got some light on the mountain you're good to go. Not really a complaint, just a warning. Overall, I'll give these babies 5 stars and tell you to buy these goggles now!

Great Googles

    Stylish and functional. I bought the pair with the emerald lens which are great for sunny days but if you are going to be doing a lot of riding in overcast/snowy conditions I would opt for buying the blue iridium lenses. Overall great fit and they never fog up.

    What is the best lens choice for overcast...

    What is the best lens choice for overcast snowy conditions with very low light and visibility?