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Oakley Mark McMorris Signature Airbrake XL Goggle - Men's

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Like its namesake, the Oakley Mark McMorris Signature Airbrake XL Goggle specializes in on-mountain style and performance. Combining three major technologies (frame, lens, and Switchlock system), this goggle offers unimpeded optics. It's made with a lightweight and pliable O-Matter frame and features an XL construction for larger-framed faces. A spherical lens and anti-fog treatment provides an unobstructed view, and the lens protects your eyes from harmful UV rays. Switchlock technology enables you to adapt to changing conditions by swapping lenses in the blink of an eye for optimal performance. A helmet-compatible strap ensures a sleek and secure fit, while the triple-layer foam offers warmth and a plush feel for all day comfort.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • A large-sized goggle for winter sports
  • Spherical lens provides UV protection
  • Switchlock technology swaps out lenses quickly
  • Lightweight and pliable frame
  • Foam offers a comfortable fit and feel
  • Secondary lens included
  • XL construction for larger framed faces
  • Item #OAK01A6

Tech Specs

Interchangeable Lens
yes, lens included
Technical Features
anti-fog coating, triple-layer face foam, Dual Vented Lens, Switchblock
O Matter
Face Size
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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So will the cancer causing chemicals used to make these goggles somehow make contact with me and potentially give me cancer?