Oakley O Frame 2.0 Pro XL Goggles

Oakley O Frame 2.0 Pro XL Goggles
Oakley O Frame 2.0 Pro XL Goggles
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O Frame 2.0 Pro XL Goggles by Oakley
If you're looking to see more on the mountain but not the credit card bill, reach for the Oakley O Frame 2. 0 Pro XL Goggles. These reliable goggles are Oakley's entry-priced model, but perform like higher-priced models when you get moving on the slopes. They've got a wide lens that lets you see more in your peripherals, as well as a durable lens that ensures quality, distortion-free optics so you can see clearly and accurately as you rip down the mountain. They also come with an included lens for variable light conditions, which can be quickly and easily swapped out when the weather turns. Anti-fog performance ensures that your vision will be cloud-free as you work up a sweat on off-piste trails, while fleece-lined face foam wicks moisture to help you stay comfortable.

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