I’ve tried them all and these goggles are the best that’s all I can say! No more trying to put the Lenz In and get all the tabs aligned. I would recommend it to anyone who wants the best quality goggle on the market.
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Great goggles. Like how easy it is to remove the lens to clean.
The best money can buy. Fit really good in both my helmets (shoei and carbon flex).
I crashed, face first, lightly...the lens got scratched beyond use and one of the outriggers broke. I would expect such an expensive goggle to withstand some abuse, but these do not. Thankfully they are rebuildable, but at a cost. The cost for a set of outriggers and lens is abt the same price as some other good quality goggles. Other than that, they’re the best goggles I’ve ridden with. Great field of view, they’re vented well so I haven’t had any problems with fogging and they’re comfortable. I wish I could give them 5 stars but they’re just too fragile
Hello, my name is Dave and im writing a review on my Oakley air brake goggle system.
Im 47 and currently race GP's and hairscrambles in the expert 40 plus class. Ive used several different goggle brands and when i got to the Oakley airbrake my search for the ultimate goggle was over.
Oakley airbrakes fit great! There is no nose pinch, and the Peripheral vision gives you confidence and control. The goggle strap is like glue! We all know the forces we put on are selves riding and racing, my airbrakes didnt move. I recomend Oakley Airbrakes to anyone who is looking for the one true goggle!
All I get is compliments and the fit great and clean easy
Worth every penny. They fit great and the ease of lens replacement makes this a great buy. Yea the price is up there but you get what you pay for.
The lens hold up a lot better than the Oakley Crowbar and much easier to swap lenses.
I purchased the Airbrakes resort/DH mountain biking and found that they run a little hot and would have to take them off to clear small amounts of fog on the top edge and corners.
Pros: Stong lenses and scratch resistance, comfortable, easy lenses replacement
Cons: Expensive, expensive lense replacement, runs a little hot
These goggles will replace any other goggles you have. Lense changing is easy. The frame has a nice solid feel. Air venting is great. Very neutral sozong. Not too big. Fits great in my troy lee helmet. Cost is a little high... but I feel they are well worth it.
Amazing goggle worth the money for sure
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Question asked by Bfort21
Question:Q: Can you put the replacement prism lenses in the goggles. These don’t with them already in them and would like to know if they are a optionQuestion asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: Yes you can replace them with the Prizm MX lenses.
Question asked by mike
Question:Q: Do the goggles fit youth helmets?Question asked 2 years ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years agoAnswer: A: you will want to get a youth goggle to fit a youth helmet. Adult goggle frames are to large for youth helmets.
Question asked by Nathan
Question:Q: Do these airbrakes come with the Oakley soft case?Question asked Over 4 years agoI have seen on some videos where the airbrakes come in the oakley soft case that you sell...I want to have the case to protect them. I need to know if I need to purchase one as well, or if one comes with the airbrakes. Thanks!
Question answered by LaRider20User's contributor status: Top 500Question answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: No, they come with a zippered case.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: Yes they would come with the soft protective goggle bag.
Question asked by Gman
Question:Q: Does it come with the orange and smoke lenses?Question asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by SulleyUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: The smoke lens is available with a goggle set, but Oakley hasn't released a goggle set where the lens color is orange. However it will soon be available as a replacement lens, and you can expect Oakley to release a set where the standard lens color is orange.
Question asked by pellett22
Question:Q: Nose GuardQuestion asked Over 5 years agoI assume these do NOT come with a nose guard as I cannot find this information anywhere. Does Oakley even sell a nose guard for the Airbrake goggle? I try not to ride without one.
Question answered by SulleyUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: At this moment Oakley has not released a nose guard for the Airbrakes yet. Seeing as the Airbrakes are still very new, it is possible that they might release one in the future. But, as of this moment I do not look to see one being released soon.
Question asked by ejlif
Question:Q: Does the airbrake come with 2 lensesQuestion asked Over 6 years agono
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: The Airbrake only includes 1 lens. It does include 2 of the outer lens protectors.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: The Oakley Airbrake goggles only come with 1 lense. Depending on the model, it may be clear, smoke or tinted. Be sure to look at the description.
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.