yea what helmet i rock crowbars over a g10 mx and its fits perfect. and im getting a smith varient brim for xmas and it fits perfect too. i have the stretch strap so i sort of like the strap over but you can wear it either way.
Putting them under defeats the purpose of the goggle. If your helmet is small or medium, you may not need a stretch strap, but you'd better get one for a larger helmet size if you want to experience the full tits.
i still dont understand how it defeats the purpose of the goggle. the outriggers are support to balance the weight on your face, i dont think the design is designed specifically to be worn over helmets
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they look good either way on bakers. i like them better under though
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man i hardly ever read a thread that uve posted in that doesnt involve u creating an arguement. he explained to u how he thinks it defeats the purpose and its a good reason. why dont u give him credit and then explain ur side instead of basically insulting people.
when i "accused" u of insulting i meant in previous threads i have read. i have people that would vouch that u start these pointless arguements. im not one to start somethin just makin a statemtn sorry for the accusation
the outriggers are just extra features on the goggle that would help, there's nothing wrong with wearing them w/ a beanie (and under a helmet). oakley didn't design them so they don't work w/o being over a helmet, that would be stupid. if it feels comfy to you, it's fine.