i have the a frames!! they are SOO comfy!! never get fogged, fits great with helmets. it doesnt matter what colour you get, their all the same, so dont spend time deciding just pick at random! these goggles rock! shaun white uses them!! OAKLEY A FRAME
You asked for a ventilated version of the Baker, and Bern listened. Introducing: the Watts Helmet, featuring the breathable, repeat-impact protection of Brock Foam. Getting it done in all seasons is the name of Berns game, and the Watts fills in the gaps where the ventless Baker couldnt go. Perfect for spring park days, O.B. hikes, and sunny freeride MTB sessions (with the winter collar removed) the Watts takes a serious beating and comes back for more. Brock Foam is unique, allowing sweat vapor to escape through the shock-absorbing closed-cell foam structure, and fixed vents in the top and rear of the hard shell exterior let the breeze do the rest. Its the perfect helmet for warmer climates, and cold days too if you rock a thin helmet liner underneath. *Hard Hat version, not EN/AST/CPSC certified for severe single impacts.
Baker without the bake.
where can I buy the black/green's lens - the "silver" lens? as a replacement lens.
are these lens bigger than the poc lobes? what lens are "bigger" poc lobes or smith I/O?
whats the difference between: Smith I/O Evolve and Smith I/O?
the POC lobes DONT HAVE CLEAR LENS!!! so, out of the colours that POC lobes have - what is the best for night riding.
are these goggles better that the POC lobes? they look simmilar from their size and they both have like no frames. so what goggle is atcually better scince they are very simmilar? i hear people saying: "I was going to buy the POC lobes, but i bot the Smith I/O's instead."
do you think i should get POC lobes or Oakley crowbar?!