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Oakley A Frame Goggles 2014

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Specs

Lens Color:
  • Persimmon
  • VR50 Emerald Iridium
Frame: Flexible O Matter
Lens: Polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: Yes
Face Size:
  • Medium Frame
Technology:
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley A Frame Goggles

This design is so innovative, it's been a favorite since the first edition was unleashed more than a decade ago. The Oakley A Frame goggle bunkers your eyes in protection while treating you to the comfort of triple-layer polar fleece foam. Oakley designed it for small to medium size faces. O Matter strap clips let you wear it sold or with a helmet.

- Anti Fog Treated Ballistic Lens - Plutonite® lens pass ANSI standard Z87.1 for optical clarity, high mass and high velocity impact - Patented Polaric Ellipsoid™ lens geometry - 100% protection against UV A, B and harmful blue light - Triple polar-tech fleece face foam for maximum moisture wicking - Optically corrected dual lens goggle - Superior venting to eliminate fogging

A Frame


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Best lens ever."

    , tewksbury, MA
    Pros: Never fogs, Great lens for flat or low light, Cons:

    I have the High Intensity Yellow lens and before these googles I thought all googles were the same. OH NO! Such a difference. The H.I. Yellow lens makes you see when the snow is dumping and its the flatest light of the year. They are simply put amazing.

  • "Greatt goggles"

    , GUILFORD, CT
    Pros: great lenses, great fit , Cons: peripheral vision,

    Iv had these goggles for a while now. I always liked how they have so many different lenses to pick from. I wear these on cloudy days and at night with the High Intensity yellow lenses. They are comfortable. They could use a little more peripheral vision but other than that they are great. They come in many different frame colors too so they will match whatever you need to match with

  • "Best lens ever."

    , tewksbury, MA
    Pros: Never fogs, Great lens for flat or low light, Cons:

    I have the High Intensity Yellow lens and before these googles I thought all googles were the same. OH NO! Such a difference. The H.I. Yellow lens makes you see when the snow is dumping and its the flatest light of the year. They are simply put amazing.

  • "Greatt goggles"

    , GUILFORD, CT
    Pros: great lenses, great fit , Cons: peripheral vision,

    Iv had these goggles for a while now. I always liked how they have so many different lenses to pick from. I wear these on cloudy days and at night with the High Intensity yellow lenses. They are comfortable. They could use a little more peripheral vision but other than that they are great. They come in many different frame colors too so they will match whatever you need to match with

  • "sickness"

    , Stevenson, MD
    Pros: no fog up, look stanzy, comfy and warm Cons:

    these goggles are great from the strap feeling fine on your hair to the easy adjustability with your gloves on. these goggles do it all. they never fog up even when they get snow inside of them. just shake em out and go. A+ Oakley

  • "asian friendly goggles"

    , AL
    Pros: nose bridge friendly!, wide field of view, ventilated Cons: none that i can think of...,

    even though it's asian friendly it's still worth checking out in a local store or the oakley flagship stores. if anything, the fit is quite snug and secure on my face, unlike most other goggles i've tried on. regardless, weather doesn't exactly prohibit the goggles, just the user (do research on the lenses). the lens attracts a few finger prints, especially the mirror finishes, but nothing terrible considering what they're going to be used for. the ventilation in and around the lens works PRETTY well and doesn't fog it up. haven't tried it in heavier powder days, just for that few inches of snowfall in tahoe recently. also, the goggle frames don't hinder much of my view at all!...though there's a little more of my frame visible in my field of view compared to the electric eg2.5s...otherwise, it's not a deal breaker, especially given the comfort of these goggles

  • "asian friendly goggles"

    , AL
    Pros: nose bridge friendly!, wide field of view, ventilated Cons: none that i can think of...,

    even though it's asian friendly it's still worth checking out in a local store or the oakley flagship stores. if anything, the fit is quite snug and secure on my face, unlike most other goggles i've tried on. regardless, weather doesn't exactly prohibit the goggles, just the user (do research on the lenses). the lens attracts a few finger prints, especially the mirror finishes, but nothing terrible considering what they're going to be used for. the ventilation in and around the lens works PRETTY well and doesn't fog it up. haven't tried it in heavier powder days, just for that few inches of snowfall in tahoe recently. also, the goggle frames don't hinder much of my view at all!...though there's a little more of my frame visible in my field of view compared to the electric eg2.5s...otherwise, it's not a deal breaker, especially given the comfort of these goggles

  • "Awesome goggles"

    , Lewis Center, AL
    Pros: Durable, Easy adjusting, look tight Cons: lens makes it hard to see in dull weather,

    These by far our the best goggles I've ever had! They are practicly indestructible and are scratch resistant which is awesome!I would reccomend these goggles to anybody!


Oakley A Frame Goggles
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Christopher C: fits nicely even for people with low bridged nose. and looks nice Jan 14, 2014
leopoldo G: it looks awesome!!! Dec 12, 2013
david E: chosen by our grandson Dec 11, 2013
Alex B: swag Dec 2, 2013
Drew D asked: Are these a low light lens? The emerald iridium lens what are the specifically for? I'm looking for a lens that is idea for low-light conditions, as well as night skiing up at keystone! Would the emerald iridium lens be sufficient for low-light riding? Dec 18, 2013
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Matthew M: I bought the A Frame with emerald iridium lens and I would say they are better suited for brighter days on the slopes. I don't have much experience with different lenses but I have read that the yellow, brighter lenses are better in low light conditions. Hope this helps. Dec 18, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Yes the Iridium lens would be great for low light and night skiing. Have fun and crush it at Keystone! Dec 18, 2013
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