Oakley A-Frame 2013 - 2012 Review by The Good Ride
In every shop that carries Oakley you will always see the A-Frame and Crowbar Goggles. Why? Because they have proven themselves as some excellent fitting small face goggles.
The one minor complaint is that Oakley lenses don’t have the fun tint’s that some of the other manufacturers have. There isn’t a vibrant look through any goggle but the vision is always clear. The Oakley A-Frame is a step down in size from the Oakley Crowbar but that is it. Small to Medium sized goggle and a good ride favorite for optics. If you don’t wear a helmet this goggle will have a low head profile. The A-Frame has a venting system that kind of looks like the chin of a storm trooper which is necessary because this is a small goggle and small goggles fog up. The A-Frame, like the crowbar, has numerous lens choices, goggle color choices and is a great small goggle choice. Our personal favorite is any H.I aka Hi Intensity goggle because you have good vision at a reasonable price. The Polarized is awesome but for the price it might not be worth it. All in all this is one of the best fitting and well ventilated small goggles out there.
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As the title suggests I've found these goggles be excellent in most ways. The optical clarity is perfect, There is absolutely no distortion like with some cheaper goggles. The fit is comfortable and I've found it to be fine with helmets or without. the only downside is that they dont have the same side visibility as some others but all in all an awesome pair of goggles.
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