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Oakley O2 XL Goggles 2018

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Oakley O2 XL Goggles 2018, Matte Black-Persimmon, 600
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Frame Size: Medium/Large - accommodates both medium and large face shape

Medium/Large - accommodates both medium and large face shape

Lens Change: Moderate - fair amount of time/handling to change lenses

Moderate - fair amount of time/handling to change lenses

Ventilation: High - maximum venting to prevent your lenses from fogging

High - maximum venting to prevent your lenses from fogging

Lens Shape: Flat - cylindrical lenses with limited field of vision

Flat - cylindrical lenses with limited field of vision

 

The Oakley O2 XL is a value goggle for riders looking for style and a wide field of view, with great ventilation. The O2 XL is the perfect combination of a large lens with a wide-open streamlined design. A flexible O Matter chassis is the foundation of this goggle which helps the O2 XL conform to any face shape. All-day comfort of moisture wicking triple-layer polar fleece foam keeps the goggle in the correct spot on your face and ensures that you stay dry and warm even when you're really working up a sweat. The Oakley O2 XL is sleek and gives riders the option to go big without breaking the bank.


  • Discreet Frame Notches at the Temples Provides Compatibility with Most Prescription Eyewear
  • Dual Vented Lenses
  • Moisture-Wicking Triple-Layer Polar Fleece Foam
  • Moto-Style Strap Attachment Provides Helmet Compatibility
  • Medium-to-Large Fit
  • O Matter Chassis
  • F2 Anti-Fog Technology

 

Specifications
Category  Adult OTG  Yes Frame Size  Medium/Large
Lens Shape  Flat Goggle Lens Change  Moderate Goggle Ventilation  High
Helmet Compatible  Yes Special Features  None Model Year  2018
Model Number  59-084 Product ID  320329   
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I've always trusted the Oakley brand with my prescription and sun glasses. This is my first time to buy snow goggles and I'm glad to be loyal to the Oakley brand. Always a comfortable, perfect fit.
 
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The ski goggles we comfortable and prevented fogging. They we great eye protection for skiing.
 
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Q: Is the strap long enough to fix comfortably around a large size Giro Seam helmet/ head? Saw one review on ski.com where a reviewer had to return it because the strap only fit small heads. Is that true?
Asked : Dec 07, 2015
By : George, Thousand Oaks, California
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A: The strap is absolutely long enough to fit around a large size Giro Seam helmet. The strap is an adult size and is adjustable, and stretchy so it will fit around a large array of head sizes.
Answered : Dec 08, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Is it possible to switch lenses with the Oakley 02 xl goggle?
Asked : Jan 09, 2014
By : Dr. Chapstick
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A: While we don't currently have any replacement lenses for the O2 XL it is possible to swap out the lenses. It requires popping the lens out of the frame which can be a little difficult the first time. It is typically easiest to pop the bridge of the nose down away from the lens to get the process started and then the rest of the frame will pull away easier.
Answered : Jan 10, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist
 
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