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Oakley Canopy Replacement Lens Clear 2014

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Frame: polyurethane
Lens: polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: yes
Face Size:
  • Standard Frame
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley Canopy Replacement Lens Clear

Oversize your field of view without compromising fit

Key Features of the Oakley Canopy Replacement Lens:
  • Large lens design expands peripheral view in every direction
  • Oakley''s patented O-Flow Arch allows for easy breathing and unrestricted airflow
  • Streamlined frame design provides full helmet compatibility
  • Discreet frame notches at temples provide compatibility with most prescription eyewear, without compromising fit
  • Dual-vented lenses with F3 antifog coating
  • Medium to Large fit

Canopy Replacement Lens

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The clear lense is bomb ass dank ass for night skiing
Olivia C on Nov 11, 2013
Are the black lenses mirrored? So could you see my eyes if you looked at me?
Trevor on Sep 29, 2013
Best Answer: The Dark Grey Lens for the Oakley Canopy Goggles are not mirrored but you can not see your eyes unless EXTREMELY close to the lens. The Fire Iridium Lens is mirrored and you can not see your eyes in them. The different dark lens' of this style from Oakley are what I believe you are looking for...dark, without being able to see your eyes. Very good choice for a stylish look.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Oct 3, 2013
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Does it includes the frame ? for 160$ ? I'm kinda confused.
A shopper on Nov 5, 2013
Best Answer: Yes. For $160 you get the frame and the lens!!
Reply · Report · Ervin G on Nov 30, 2013
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