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The trifecta of comfort, convenience, and style.
The newest addition to Oakley's 2018 line of snow goggles, the Fall Line Asian Fit Goggle fuses the classical cylindrical design of the Line Miner with the futuristic frameless aesthetic of the Flight Deck. This results in an exceptional goggle with hints of old-school flavor, yet one that's thoroughly modern in both appearance and optical precision.
Since it's lacking the standard frame outline, you'll notice a boost in periphery vision if you're coming from a more traditional goggle. It's boasting Oakley's Ridgelock system for quick lens swaps without moisture ingress along the rim-to-frame interface. This means you'll be able to swiftly swap out your lens in the parking lot without worrying about blower powder working inside the goggle and clouding up your vision.
Sitting at the heart and center of this goggle, Oakley's Prizm lens technology emphasizing colors where the eye is most sensitive to detail, tuned specifically for snowy alpine environments where skiers and riders find themselves. In turn, this boosted visual contrast allows you to see nuances in the snow and terrain features, so you're never surprised when riding/skiing across natural areas of the mountain.
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- Frameless cylindrical goggle for ambitious skiers and riders
- Prizm lens technology boosts contrast of snowy alpine environments
- Ridgelock system for quick lens changes without moisture ingress
- Fixed outrigger attachments for use with most snow helmets
- Discreet frame notches at temple for wearing with RX frames
- F3 anti-fog coating prevents condensation and fogging
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These close to rimless goggles have a really good range of view, and look good on the face. Prizm lens tech really does make a difference in visibility on the slopes. You can't go wrong with oakley. Not sure how much use the nose guard is or what the purpose is?