Just like Tanner Hall's skiing, the Oakley Tanner Hall Signature Crowbar Goggles don't hold anything back with their Rasta-inspired red-yellow-green frame graphics and fiery hot lenses. The Crowbar's streamlined frame delivers an unsurpassed field of vision in all directions, so you can spot that landing well in advance.
O Matter® Chassis Flexible O Matter® frame conforms to your face and remains flexible even in extreme cold.
Crowbar Struts The Crowbar snow goggle is the first Oakley goggle to use struts in the frame to balance and distribute pressure evenly.
Streamlined frame design for expanded peripheral vision
Helmet Compatibility Oakley snow goggles are designed to work in harmony with a wide range of helmet styles, with outrigger mounts that distribute pressure evenly across the goggle chassis and silicone beaded inner straps that stay securely in place. 360˚ frame venting assures optimum airflow when worn with a helmet.
Anti Fog Dual vented Plutonite® lenses with F3™ coating, which allows the inner ballistic lens to absorb a minimum of 2 ml of moisture.
HDO® Lens Technology HDO® maximizes clarity and impact resistance, and gives you razor sharp clarity at all angles of view. HDO® lenses provide 100% UV filtering and the best impact resistance in the business.
Dual Vented Lenses Dual vents and F3™ anti-fog coating keep your vision crystal clear.
Rigid O Matter® Strap Outriggers Strap outriggers provide a balanced fit with or without a helmet.
Silcone-backed Strap Non-slip strap keeps your goggles in place even on slippery helmet surfaces.
Triple Layer Polar Fleece Foam Moisture wicking triple-layer polar fleece foam assures all-day comfort.
|Color||Rasta Mane/Fire Iridium||Rasta Mane/HI Yellow|
|Conditions||Sunny/Bright Light||Cloudy/Low Light|
|Lens Tech||Not Polarized||Not Polarized|
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Comments about Oakley Tanner Hall Signature Crowbar Goggles:
Love these goggles. Just wish they were slightly larger for when I wear them with a helmet.