These standard fit goggles (formerly known as "O-Frame 2.0 Pro XM") are built with Triple-Layer Face Foam for comfort, and standard lens swapping, adds visual convenience. Equipped with a lens for high-visibility conditions, and a bonus lens for low-visibility or night conditions, you will be able to perform in any variable conditions.
- Triple-Layer Face Foam
- Dual-Vented Lenses with F2 Anti-Fog Coating
- Bonus Lens Included
- Over the Glasses Compatible
- Oakley Persimmon Lens
- Frame Notches at Temple for Compatibility With Most RX Eyewear Frames
Triple-Layer Face Foam - All-day comfort of moisture wicking triple-layer polar fleece foam.
Dual-Vented Lenses with F2 Anti-Fog Coating - Goggles with dual vented Lexan lenses take advantage of Oakley F2, an anti-fog coating developed specifically for cylindrical lens geometry. In addition, all Oakley snow goggles undergo rigorous testing to ensure venting is evenly balanced for added protection against fog buildup.
Combine that with full 360° frame venting and you're ensured optimum airflow to help eliminate fog buildup.
Over the Glasses Compatible - These goggles are specifically designed to fit comfortably over your prescription eyewear.
Lenses come in a variety of colors and tints, all of which carry their own unique Visible Light Transmission (VLT) rating. VLT rates how much light a lens allows to pass through and is scaled 0-100%. Goggles and lenses with VLT ratings closer to 0% will block out more light, while lenses closer to 100% will allow more light to pass through for better visibility in low light conditions. Often times, lenses come with versatile VLT ratings which fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum allowing them to provide good visibility in a variety of conditions.
Oakley Persimmon Lens - VLT Rating: 41%
Excels In: Variable Conditions
Cloudy/Variable light lenses (like this one) provide the widest range of UV protection and visibility. With a Visual Light Transmission (VLT) rating that covers the middle of the spectrum, these are a great option if you need one lens to perform well in all conditions.