Not so. All of oakley's snow goggles have some type of double lens.
Anyway, to the guy who wrote this, I actually bought a pair of a-frames off this guy and it is tough to call him out. The materials and things he is selling are not fake, they are just incomplete. The outer lens he is selling is actually an Oakley lens, but it is missing the inner lens for some reason, and thus won't be effective against fogging. So if you never hike or walk around much, like just downhill groomers and don't get hot, they would be great, but if you hitting a rail and walking back up, or do any climbing/hiking for pow, they wouldn't be great.