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These glasses will fog up, but only if you breathe on them. It will for the most part never fog on you when you are doing something while wearing them. Every pair of glasses is capable of fogging,it just that with Oakleys it takes a serious effort. Also all polarized sunglasses will block the wearers eyes.
Oakley crowbar for sure. I have a pair and they work fantastic. If you wear a helmet the Crowbars are the absolute best goggles on a helmet. The Oakley optics are a million times better than any lense Smith can make. Thats my personal opinion, but i encourage you to do further research on both before you make a purchase.
Thes sunglasses are great. The Iredium lenses are fantastic, they a dark enough to so that you can look at the sun, yet light enough to actually see around in a house. They are also so grippy that they stay on your head like a fly on a fly strip. This comes is especially helpfull for me because I play baseball. Also as an extra bonus Oakley threw in a cleaner/bag for the sunglasses, which is nice to have. I recomend that you buy these. I also recomend that you buy an oakley case for these, I have one and it keeps your sunglasses from getting scratched. Plus you can put them anywere with no worry.
I have a Giro helmet and they fit great. I even have room left over on the strap. So you should be fine.
This shirt is great. It's light and super breathable. I wore while hiking and it worked great, keeping me well ventilated and the harsh sun off my skin. My only issue is that the shirt has a vent in the back to let air come thru, which is a nice feature but makes the shirt look really bulky. Besides this its a great multi-purpose shirt.
This is a solid pair of goggles. I have used them for a couple of years and they worked nicely.(I have since then upgraded to a pair of Oakley crowbars) They aren't the best Oakley goggles but they are solid starter pair. I would say if you are a just starting to ski/snowboard buy these, then upgrade later. But all in all, a good goggle with superb Oakley lenses.
If you wear a helmet you should go for the crowbars. I wear a brain bucket with a slightly larger size and the goggles fit over them just fine. The goggle strap has a sticky plastic thing on it that makes it impossible to slip. So what i'm saying is if you wear a helmet, this is the only goggle you should even consider.
I have had this jacket for a while and it has been great. I use it for just about everything. I use the jacket and fleece together for skiing, and it works great. The fleece by itself is warm. The shell is great as a windbreaker and has about a million pockets. So my final word is that you should buy this great product.
Got these a couple of weeks ago and finally got to try them out on the slopes. They were great, I think Oakley has the best optics out there. I got the white goggles with the persimmon lens, and they worked great with the cloudy conditions that day. I recommend that you buy this great product