Amazing goggle worth the money for sure
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Once you get your hands on these, Quality is the first thing that comes to mind. Construction is top notch and Field if view with these is awesome. Fit is perfect with my Troy Lee Air Helmet, and the anti fog treatment on these comes in handy on those humid days. And the fact that practically every piece on these Goggles are interchangeable / replaceable means I never have to buy another set of Goggles again!
Best Googles available no question. I have had all the brands nothing stands up to riding like Oakley. The Lens change out system is super easy. Highly recommend and well worth the money.
These goggles allow easier breathing, improved peripheral vision, and they look great. I've not had issue with previous goggle lenses not being strong enough, but I understand these lenses are stronger than the others.
It's shocking how good these goggles are. I guess with the price they should be but man are they nice. It would be hard for me to go back to any other goggles.
I can breath so much better with these, they do not restrict my nose. Lens change is so fast and easy, and the quality of the lenses are awesome
I decided I wanted some new goggles. Ordered the new oakley air brakes. I ordered the RV2 edition. You ever change lens in other brand goggles and its a total pain and you cover the lens in finger prints? or even crack the lens? well I did. These are the easiest goggles to swap lens. I later purchased the orange fire lens and the black mirror lens. Fit feels great in my troy lee helmet. venting is perfect. frame feels very sturdy. I would buy again
Riding: 9 years
Helmet Size: L
Terrain: Trails and Track
I have always trusted Oakley when it comes to my eye protection, and they have never failed. Oakley makes no exceptions with the Airbrakes. Lens of the past have flexed and moved with the goggles, but not the Airbrakes. Along with their solid lens and rigged yet slightly flexible frame offers the most comfortable and durable pair of goggles I have ever owned. I paired these goggles with Answer's Evolve 2.0 Ghost and the fit is incredible. After just a few minutes I completely for got I had them on. These goggles are also extremely breathable. Even some of the Oakley's I had in the past would start to get warm after awhile. But, even after riding in 90 degree weather, I still felt cool and comfortable. Out of all of the goggles I have owned ( all have been Oakley) this is my absolute favorite pair.
I have been riding with the Oakley Crowbar goggles for years now, and figured it was time to try something new. Since I wear goggles until they completely wear out, I appreciated the fact that the Oakley Airbrake goggles had replaceable parts. Believe me that I checked the prices out on the replacement parts and found them to be quite reasonable. The face foam was $15 and I believe a new strap was $20, so I figured why not spend the extra money for something that I could use and replace worn out parts as needed. All and all, I think that I made a great long term investment.
I was gonna order a fresh set of goggles and I thought what the heck I'll grab what is supposed to be the best goggles available. To cut right to the chase save your money. I personally like the Oakley Crowbar better. The viewing angle is slightly bigger with these but the problem is for me the tearoff posts are totally in the line of sight and a real distraction. The lens protector takes away from the crystal clear lens so I am riding without that. They look pretty clear and fit nice without a tear off or lens protector on but they won't last long like that. I don't find any of the foam or strap to be any better than the crowbar at less than half the money. The system they have for changing the lens is very awesome though much better than the crowbar, just lift the latches and the lens comes right out. I would just keep an extra lens with me and if it was a bright day could change out no problem between motos.
So overall I don't find these to be much better than the crowbar and the fact that you can see the tearoff post so easily in your peripheral vision makes these not the greatest thing since sliced bread in my opinion.
Since the goggles is oversized, there is no nose piece available for the google. Being oversized, the helmet front will offer more than adequate protection for you.