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Crowbar MX - Black/Checked Out/Clear (01-709)

I use the Crowbar MX with Snow lenses. Best Goggle out.

Levi LaVallee


Levi started racing snowmobiles at the young age of twelve. He saved money for his first snowmobile by bagging groceries. Levi then entered his first race. Organizers almost didn’t allow him to ride because of his young age and small size. He placed second at his first race and began racing regularly after that. Levi had great success as a snocross racer, but in 2007 he decided to give freestyle a try. After learning several tricks, including the back flip (a snowmobile weighs 400+ lbs.), he entered his first freestyle competition and won. Levi had a breakout Winter X Games in early 2008. He won two gold medals and was awarded “Most Outstanding Athlete of the Winter X Games” Levi decid...

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    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Levi LaVallee smashed his way into history on New Year’s Eve. Just after midnight on the East Coast, Oakley’s star Freestyle Snowmobiler rocketed over 300 feet of water – safely landing and effectively shattering his own world record for distance jumping on a snowmobile, clearing 412 feet, 6 inches before a national audience (ESPN) over a Marina Park in San Diego, Calif. All just about a year after a horrific accident left him with broken ribs, a cracked pelvis, a collaped lung and a punctured second lung after slamming into the ground while training for his 2010 “Red Bull: New Year. No Limits.” jump. His 2011 try was a glorious triumph. And now, riding immense momentum, he’s gearing up for his return to Winter X Games. Chat live with him tonight (Jan. 10) at 6 p.m. Pacific below!

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