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michael regan

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michael regan wrote an answer about on December 9, 2008

The oakley A frame is waaaaaaaaay too small for glasses.they wont fog up but maybe go with a lighter lense like pink iridium or VR28 also a HI Yellow lense you can always buy and return back country guarantee complete satisfaction and an unlimited lifetime warranty. If at any time -- now, next month, in 30 years -- you're not 100% satisfied, send your gear back for a full refund or exchange. No questions asked.Also, depending on the size of your glasses, you might want to consider the Oakley Wisdom's or Oakley Crowbar's. These are a little bigger goggle that has more room inside for you glasses to fit freely. I'm not familiar with wearing glasses and goggles at the same time, but none of the Oakley goggles that you pick should fog up. I'm not sure about your glasses staying fog free though. The goggles do have good venting, so I would guess that as long as you're moving you should be ok. You could also buy an anti fog spray for your glasses and then you should have no problems at all.

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michael regan wrote an answer about on December 9, 2008

The HI Yellow is great for that, HI Persimmon, and Pink lenses work well to around that time too. I ski afternoon and into the night a lot, if you don't feel like changing out your lenses then I would go with the Pink Iridium. I hope this helps! You may even eant to go with a clear gold lens.

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michael regan wrote a review of on December 9, 2008

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If you want to do a little bit of everything these skis are great. If you are a park hound that prefers a center mounted ski you will need to get a stiffer ski. If you center mount them they get a little chattery at higher speeds.

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