Oakley Fall Line XM Prizm Goggles

Oakley Fall Line XM Prizm Goggles
Oakley Fall Line XM Prizm Goggles
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Fall Line XM Prizm Goggles by Oakley
Taking the Fall Line refers to taking the most directly downhill path down the mountain, which is why the Oakley Fall Line XM Prizm Goggles will be the perfect addition to your hard-charging runs down steep cruisers. Their Prizm lens technology enhances both contrast visual clarity to help you identify changes in snow conditions so you can react to them faster when you're sailing down the slopes. Their wide, cylindrical lens gives you a large field of vision for better downhill safety, while anti-fog coating ensures that you won't have to deal with cloudy vision when you're working hard. With a flexible frame and moisture-wicking face-foam these goggles will sit comfortably on your face, and thanks to Oakley's Ridgelock lens change system you can quickly and securely swap out a different lens in changing light conditions.

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SKU: OAK01V4
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