The Oakley Canopy Goggles allows you to oversize your field of view, without compromising fit. The expanded periphery helps all consumers see more regardless of riding style, from racing to cruising groomers. The large-sized fit has been engineered to work flawlessly with most helmet types and sizes.
Oakley Canopy Goggles Features:
- Prizim Snow Lens: Prizm™ is a revolution in lens optics built on decades of color science research. Prizm™ lenses provide unprecedented control of light transmission resulting in colors precisely tuned to maximize contrast and enhance visibility.
- 1 x Canopy™ Snow Goggle
- 1 x Microbag
- Clear – Transparent lens best used for night skiing and extremely low visibility days. 90% VLT
- Black Rose Iridium – A newly introduced lens similar to the exisiting Black Iridium but a bit darker. Sunny conditions. 15% VLT
- Prizm Rose – A new lens from Oakley providing maximum contrast and detailed visibility of low light conditions – purpose built for snow. 21%VLT
- Prizm Jade Iridium – Another from Oakley’s new line of lenses built for snow and providing maximum detail and visibility. The Jade is the “one-does-all” lens from the new line. 20% VLT
- Prizm Torch Iridium – From Oakley’s new line of lenses built to provide maximum protection on sunny/cloudy days tuned for contrast and snow definition while providing glare protection and crisp visibility. 20% VLT
- 24k Iridium – Strong gold mirrored lens ideal for the brightest of days out on the hill. 10% VLT
- Prizm Sapphire Iridium – A new lens from Oakley providing maximum contrast, detailed visibillity and protection on bright days. 20% VLT
- Prizm Hi Pink Iridium – The Pink Iridium lens is back – now with Oakley’s popular PRIZM and High Intensity contrast enhancing properties in low light while maintaining glare protection in bluebird sunny conditions. Excellent one-does-all lens! 43-80% VLT
- Prizm Persimmon – A killer lens for all weather conditions aside from extremely bright and bluebird conditions. 38% VLT
* VLT (Visible Light Transmission) The percentage of available light allowed to reach the eye.