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Oakley Danny Kass Canopy Snow Goggles with Fire Iridium Lens
 



Oakley Danny Kass Canopy Snow Goggles with Fire Iridium Lens
Our Price: $170.00
Model Year: 2012

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 0081061782236


  

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Description
 
The Oakley Canopy Snow Goggles frees you from the tunnel vision of ordinary goggles. Oakley has expanded the lens volume and created a low-profile frame design. That means you’ll enjoy a wide-open view with maximized peripheral and downward vision. The razor-sharp optics take advantage of Plutonite® lens material that filters out 100% of all UV, and with the combination of dual vented lens architecture and F3 anti-fog coating, you’ll have superior protection against the threat of fog ups.

Oakley’s O-Flow Arch technology makes the simple act of breathing a lot easier. For even more comfort, the face foam is a triple layer with moisture-wicking fleece, and the O Matter™ chassis stays flexible in bone-chilling weather while the strap anchor plates distribute pressure evenly. The wide, adjustable strap has silicone lining to stay securely in place.

Winner of two Olympic silver medals, Danny Kass has been stoking tomorrow’s snowboard champions including kids at the Blackfeet reservation in Montana, and this special edition of Canopy™ channels his latest inspirations into a unique collectible. The graphics celebrate the art of heritage and culture, along with the strength and pride that inspires riders like Danny to redefine performance, style and possibility.

Danny is one of those snowboarders with destiny written in his DNA, and if you cracked his genetic code, you would know his entry into the sport at age 12 would someday result in X Games gold, multiple silvers and two incredible medals at the Olympics. His style and attitude celeb rate everything from grunge to punk rock defiance, and if you say his inspiration comes out of left field, he’ll take it as a compliment. The guy is a true talent and a pace setter, and we were honored to collaborate with him on this new special edition.

Canopy is designed for improved compatibility with helmets and most prescription eyewear frames. As far as protection goes, this Oakley goggle meets the impact resistance standards of ANSI Z87.1 and EN 174:2001.

This essential performance gear comes with a custom Microclear™ bag that carries the art theme, and the cloth is specially formulated for lens cleaning. You can get accessory lenses for Canopy in multiple tint options. This Danny Kass Signature Series edition comes with a Fire Iridium® (16% VLT) Lens engineered to increase visual contrast and boost depth perception in bright sun.

Features


  • FRAME
  • Low-profile frame design for increased range of view and improved helmet compatibility
  • O-Flow Arch technology for structural support across nasal zone to enhance comfort and optimize breathability
  • Flexible O Matter™ chassis with rigid strap anchor plates for support and comfort of balanced pressure
  • All-day comfort of triple-layer face foam with moisture-wicking fleece lining
  • 40mm wide adjustable strap with silicone lining for versatile, secure fit
  • Discreet frame notches under strap anchors for compatibility with most prescription eyewear frames

  • LENS
  • Fire Iridium (16% VLT) Lens
  • Expanded lens volume for optimized peripheral vision
  • Fog elimination of dual vented lens with F3 anti-fog coating
  • Impact resistance that meets ANSI Z87.1 and EN 174:2001 standards (pending)
  • UV protection of Plutonite lens material that filters out 100% of UVA, UVB and UVC
  • Textured inner frame surface for glare reduction
  • Glare reduction and balanced light transmission of Iridium® lens coating

  • ACCESSORIES
  • Includes a Collection specific Microclear™ bag for storage and lens cleaning

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