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I have some nice Oakley goggles but there not sold to the public. Government issue for special forces... I have a friend that got me two pairs. Im sure there pretty similiar to the ones you can buy. Damn nice goggles
 

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i just ordered two pair of the Oakley sand goggles.. they are supposed to be the best, and they are 40 bucks each, and come with a clear and tinted lenses.. so we'll see. I always get sand in my eyes with other kinds.. and i've tried a boat load. the arnettes i have work the best, but still get sand in em... especially when nose diving the rhino into the sand.. and when getting blasted by the guy who roosts on you in the camp areas...

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we carry the oakley sand goggles in the l frame and o frame.. and even for the little ones..



5% discount for all RhinoForums.net users

They are on the site under Goggles, Shirts, etc. on the shopping cart.

Or just drive ur lazy butt, if your in AZ, to the shop! (coughBRIANcough..lol)
 

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Thanks guys! I went with some cheap Dragons and tinted lenses for now. $35 + $8 for a tinted lens. Not too shabby!

BTW. The new Kawasaki dealer in Ahwatukee @ 48th and Chandler has the best customer service I have ever encountered in the retail off road industry! Good peeps!



 

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way to go brian.. jeeze.. you should have got the oakleys.. they are 40 bucks.. i got two pairs, and they arrived today. They come with a clear lens, and tinted lens, and are set up for tear offs..

Ill be seeing how they work this weekend!! i can't wait.. hopefully no more sand in the eyes!

Greg
 
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