Oakley Line Miner Inferno Goggle

Oakley Line Miner Inferno Goggle
Oakley Line Miner Inferno Goggle
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Line Miner Inferno Goggle by Oakley
More than just being annoying, fogged-up goggles can be downright dangerous when you're trying to pick out a technical line. Solving this issue for good, the Oakley Lineminer Inferno Goggle uses an innovative heating element that defogs your goggle lens with the push of a simple button. Suddenly, skiing and riding on deep powder days is free of annoying lens fog, leaving you free to slash turns while your buddies are wiping their goggles clean. Working much like your car's window defroster, the Lineminer Inferno produces a uniform level of heat to combat lens fog. It's never overly hot, warming up just enough to rid the lens of annoying condensation and fog. Haptic vibration let's you know when the heating cycle has started and ended, so you're not repeatedly pushing the button. The button sleekly mounts to the strap and is removable on days when fogging isn't an issue. It plugs into a USB outlet for rapid charging, with LED indicators gauging the remaining battery life. And because it's meant for use in frigid conditions, the heating element is reliable down to -4 Fahrenheit. 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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SKU: OAK01AA
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