Oakley A-Frame Snowsport Goggles - Asian Fit

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When it snows there are no excuses why you can't get it done, and Oakley won't let you blame them. Clouds come in, the sun comes out, and fog will eat you, but the Asian A-Frame will keep you playing all day long with great vision. PRODUCT FEATURES: Anti Fog Treated Ballistic Lens Plutonite lens pass ANSI standard Z87.1 for optical clarity, high mass and high velocity impact Patented Polaric Ellipsoid lens geometry 100% protection against UV A, B and harmful blue light Triple polar-tech fleece face foam for maximum moisture wicking Optically corrected dual lens goggle Superior venting to eliminate fogging

- Appalachian Outdoors

CLOSEOUTS . Forget about lens fog hurting your performance. Oakley's A Frame snowsport goggles are designed with surge ports to control airflow, and Oakley's exclusive F3 anti-fog technology to ensure that your vision is always clear. Asian fit has a slightly narrower frame and sits higher on the face Iridiumand#174; lens reduces glare and tunes light transmission with a mirrored finish, making them perfect for bright, sunny days 100% protection against UV rays Dual-vented lenses with Oakley's F3 anti-fog technology Triple-layer polar fleece foam wicks moisture and rests comfortably next to skin HIGH DEFINITION OPTICSand#174; for superior clarity Adjustable temple to temple Includes microfiber cloth bag Lens: PLUTONITEand#174; lens passes ANSI standard Z87.1 for optical clarity Frame: Urethane with triple-layer polar fleece foam Made in USA Visit our Sunglasses Buying Guide Available Colors: COLOR BLOCK PURPLE/VR50 PINK IRIDIUM, TURQUIOSE NEON FIRE/FIRE IRIDIUM.

- Sierra Trading Post

Oakley A-Frame Snowsport Goggles - Asian Fit

MSRP:
$100.00

The Oakley A-Frame Snowsport Goggles - Asian Fit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 28, 2011 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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