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Big vision, small price tag.

Looking for a quality goggle that provides unrestricted visibility and won't cost more than your outerwear? The Oakley 02 XL Goggle has you covered with a wide-open field of view, a comfortable streamlined fit, and a modest price tag.

A large lens design expands peripheral view in every direction to help you master all that you survey, and it has an F2 anti-fog coating to fight fog buildup. Triple-layer fleece foam evenly distributes pressure across your face for a comfy fit and it wicks moisture to keep your face dry. Moto-style strap attachments make it helmet compatible so you can stay safe out there. And for all you out there who ride with glasses, Oakley hooked it up with discreet frame notches at the temples that allow you to wear most prescription eyeglasses underneath.

  • Lexan lens
  • O-Matter frame
  • F2 anti-fog coating
  • Triple-layer fleece foam
  • Helmet compatible
  • Prescription eyewear compatible

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4 5

Gets the job done.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I usually don't have to wear goggles where I ski and snowboard because our winters are not that bad, but there has been a time or two when the snow makers blasted my face. These goggles feel great and secure. I was able to see clearly without them fogging up. I consider myself to have a "medium" shaped head, and these felt great. I didn't feel that they were too bulky on my face and was able to look up/down/left/right without too many restrictions.

Can you see well in the Dark with the...

Can you see well in the Dark with the mirror lens?
My guess is No, but I just want to make sure...Thanks!

Responded on

Hey Aurore,

A mirrored lens does effectively decrease the Visual Light Transmission (VLT) of the lens. For overcast days or night riding you want the VLT to be at least 60% or above. Check out the size chart and it will give you the VLT for each lens.

Do the fire iridium lenses mirror?

Do the fire iridium lenses mirror?

Responded on

CB,
Yes. The Oakley 02 XL Lens in Fire Iridium does create a mirror effect when worn.

3 5

Work OK with glasses

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My wife got these because they are big and would fit over her glasses. Unfortunately, her glasses kept fogging up under them so she had a difficult time seeing where she was going. Thankfully she has been able to get contacts to wear while riding.

The visibility is pretty good in all directions except down. I'm not sure if there are goggles that have good downward visibility, but these seem to stick out pretty far from her face (presumably to make room for glasses under), which gets in the way of downward visibility. These are decent goggles, but didn't end up working out for being used with prescription glasses.

How dark is the matte black/dark grey...

How dark is the matte black/dark grey goggles? Looking for something for sunny days.

Responded on

Paul,
That lens is about as dark as you can get without having a grey mirror lens. It would be a solid option if you are looking for a devoted sunny day goggle.

3 5

They Do the Job

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A very simple design allowing a great field of vision. The design allows a pretty decent fill around the perimeter of your face when wearing a helmet so you don't get extra cold air coming in everywhere. There has been no issue of fogging either. They're not that special to look at so if flashy is your game, these aren't for you. These will simply function well without blowing the budget. Just the basics.

They're my wife's primary goggle.