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Oakley A Frame Snow Goggles

$49.99 - $71.49



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Oakley A Frame Snow Goggles

Developed for small to medium faces, the Oakley A Frame Snow Goggle offers a Polaric Ellipsoid profile that's similar to the Oakley Wisdom Goggle, but without the almost-alien styling elements. The lower vents feature foam plugs that some consider more conducive to airflow than the perforated O Matter lower vents on the Wisdom Goggle. The plush triple-layered foam gasket features varied densities that conform to your facial features with far more comfort than traditional goggle designs, giving you a combination of peripheral clarity and fit that blow away the competition.

  • 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection
  • Plush, triple-layer foam gasket
  • Foam vent opening directs air flow away from eyes
  • Never use paper products, ski gloves or other abrasive materials to wipe goggle lens surfaces
  • Designed to fit small and medium faces
  • Oakley does not warranty the goggle lens against scratches

Buy the Oakley A Frame Snow Goggles from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

5 Star Rating

Reviews - Oakley A Frame Snow Goggles

5 Stars WuvBuv - 2013-03-12

Great Goggles
This is my second pair of Oakley's A Frame. They are not too large on my face. The antifog works well. There is adequate amount of vents that also help prevent fogging. I bought the high intensity yellow lense. THis lense is ideal for grey days with flat light. On blue birds days, you will need another lense. My first pair, the frame lasted 8 years and it had 2 lense replacements and I ski about 25 days a year.

5 Stars fishtaco - 2013-01-06

Great Googles for Snowboarders
Fits perfect for on people with smaller faces and the lenses are the best of any goggles that I've owned. Does not fog up and has a very comfortable feel/fit.

5 Stars mdm89 - 2013-01-01

The goggles are very high quality and look very cool. The only potential downside is that they are clearly made for use with hats and not helmets so it can leave a gap between goggle and helmet.


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