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Oakley O Frame Snow

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Manufacturer's Description

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Description of Oakley O Frame Goggles - Jet Black Dual Vented Persimmon Oakleys O FRAME snow goggles can be the difference between owning the mountain and being its two-run chump. The conical urethane frame opens your peripheral and downward vision while the vented dual lens design combines with F-2 Series treatment to prevent fog from dampening your self-confidence. Triple-layer face foam provides insulation and comfort, and peak performance is maintained by a LEXAN lens that eradicates all the harmful UV found in the highlands. For improved depth perception in low light and overcastflat light, this goggle comes with a Persimmon lens.FeaturesFlexibility of urethane frame construction, maintaining flexibility even in extreme coldTuned light transmission of standard persimmon lens tintGlare reduction and tuned light transmission of IRIDIUM lens coating optionalComfortable and secure fit of wide, adjustable elastic strapReduced glare via textured interior surfaceComfort and fit of double-layer face foamFog reduction of vented dual lens with F-2 Series anti-fog treatmentScratch resistance and optical clarity of LEXAN lens material

- US Outdoor Store

Keep your vision clear and your peepers safe from blinding snow with the Oakley O Frame Goggle. Lexan lens protects your eyeballs from the harmful UV rays, and the O's vented dual lens with F-2 Series treatment helps prevent the dreaded goggle fog when having an epic powder day.

- Backcountry.com

Oakley O Frame Snow

MSRP:
$50.00

The Oakley O Frame Snow is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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