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Features of the Oakley Canopy Goggles Large lens design expands peripheral view in every direction Oakley?s patented O-Flow Arch allows for easy breathing and unrestricted air flow Streamlined frame design provides full helmet compatibility Discreet frame notches at temples provide compatibility with most prescription eyewear , without compromising Fit Dual-vented lenses with F3 anti-fog coating Medium to large Fit Available in Prizm Lens Technology
When Oakley engineered Canopy, they expanded the lens volume and created a low-profile frame design. That means you'll enjoy a wide-open view with maximized peripheral and downward vision. The razor-sharp optics take advantage of Plutonite lens material that filters out 100% of all UV, and with the combination of dual vented lens architecture and F3 anti-fog coating, you'll have superior protection against the threat of fog,ups.
- Mountain Gear
Oversize your field of view without compimising fit. . Optically correct Dual-Vented Lens with F3 Anti-fog coating . Discreet frame notches at temple for compatibility with most RX eyewear frames . Oakley's patented O Flow Arch allows for easy breathing and unrestricted airflow . Injection Molded Polycarbonate under extreme pressure to create a precise contour of optically correct geometry . Flexible O Matter(TM) frame conforms to your face for optimized comfort and fit . Fits most helmets
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Oakley's brand-spanking-new model for winter 2012-13, the Canopy Goggle, is the first oversized goggle produced by Oakley so you can enjoy the same solid style with even more vertical and peripheral vision as you throw down on the mountain. With the same vented dual lens and XYZ Optics you depend on for going big in the park, this gog gives you the biggest field of vision yet and even lets you wear your eyeglasses underneath its big, flexible frame.
The Canopy goggles with Prizm rose lenses deliver oversized optics with a comfortable fit for excellent visual acuity on the slopes.