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Oakley crowbar goggle question

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    seismic Turbo Monkey

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    I am thinkning about getting a pair of Oakley Crowbar goggles and I can see that there is a kind of nose protector on the crowbars. I was just wondering if it has any negative influence on the breathing or if it is just ok?

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    bullcrew Turbo Monkey

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    None at all, if nothing else it directs the air out keeping them from fogging. They fit well a little limited as far as peripheral vision but nice none the less.
    I got Blurs recently because the oakley were fogged at a race and I needed a new set for the race run.
    I know wear the blurs.....
     
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    seismic Turbo Monkey

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    So you would recommend the Blurs insetad ? Which model and why?

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    in the trees Turbo Monkey

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    The nose piece/guard on the Crowbar is also removable.

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    seismic Turbo Monkey

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    Thanks for the info !