Oakley Line Miner Prizm Goggle

Oakley Line Miner Prizm Goggle
Oakley Line Miner Prizm Goggle
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Line Miner Prizm Goggle by Oakley
Follow the directive of this goggle's name and get to the best stuff before the crowds do. Wear the Oakley Lineminer Prizm Goggle to make sure you have a full range of vision when you're staring through the wind into your favorite chute, with a cylindrical shape that sits close to your face and provides extensive downward and side visibility. Oakley didn't just stop at a wide field of vision with the Lineminer. It also included its Prizm lens, designed to throw terrain features into sharp relief no matter what the surrounding light conditions are like. Charge through your line with confidence that you'll be able to see the smoothest path without any guesswork. If you wear prescription glasses, the Lineminer accommodates them with subtle notches in the frame that maintain a comfortable fit, and the goggle's plush removable foam acts as a welcome shield on windy, cold days. 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: OAK01AC
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