“The idea behind Oakley is making products that work better and look better than anything else out there”, said Jim Jannard when he founded Oakley in his garage in 1975. Today, Oakley is the leading sport and lifestyle brand globally and still at the forefront of performance eyewear innovation.
Snow goggles Airbrake XL Mark McMorris Signature Series OO7071-22 PRIZM represent the culmination of Oakley's decades long expertise in building, testing and refining snow goggles in cooperation with professional athletes. Streamlined frame geometry provides unrivaled field of view and makes Oakley perfectly compatible with helmets from all major manufacturers including Bolle, Giro, Anon, K2 or Smith. Integrated exhaust fans assure superior anti-fog ventilation even in the most demanding conditions.
Oakley's Prizm Sapphire Iridium lens covers a wider range of light conditions than standard lenses. Prizm Sapphire Iridium lens has 11-20% VLT that allows 11-20% of the sunlight through the lens. For more information about lens VLT click here.
This model also includes:
Interchangeable lens: Prizm Hi Pink Iridium
Suitable conditions: low conditions
Buy your Oakley Airbrake XL Mark McMorris Signature Series OO7071-22 PRIZM on eyerim right now and it will be delivered free of charge directly to your door in its original protective packaging including all accessories.
Oakley’s proprietary PRIZM™ lens technology strategically blocks wavelengths along the color spectrum and enhances visibility of snow contours, bumps and texture. PRIZM™ lenses have been engineered to help you perform over a wider range of lighting conditions, reducing the need to switch lenses as lighting conditions change.
Oakley's specially formulated antifog coating helps to prevent lens fog from compromising performance and safety. F3 Anti-fog allows the inner ballistic lens to absorb moisture and keeps your vision crystal clear.
Switchlock™ technology makes the process of lens changing fast, easy and hassle-free. This technology uses a simple switch mechanism to release the mounted lens so a new one can be locked in instantly. It lets skiers and snowboarders adapt their vision and keep up with changing light.