Oakley Line Miner Asia Fit Goggles

Oakley Line Miner Asia Fit Goggles
Oakley Line Miner Asia Fit Goggles
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Line Miner Asia Fit Goggles by Oakley
You're always on the hunt for creative lines and fun side-hits, so a pair of goggles that keep your vision clear and on-point is a necessity. The Oakley Line Miner Asian Fit Goggles fit the bill with a Prizm lens that delivers stark color contrasts and control light transmission to keep your vision clear, while High Definition Optics provide the optical clarity Oakley is known for. Oakley rethought how goggles should fit, so its team of mad scientists got together to develop a frame that sits closer against the face to maximize downward and side-to-side vision, so you're never left guessing where to drop or where the next side-hit is at. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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