Speedy skiers need optimal vision.
Aksel Lund Svindal races with his Signature Canopy Goggle by Oakley because it has an expanded range of vision, despite its low-profile design. O-Flow Arch provides a wide-open view while providing more comfort across the nasal zones. Oakley's Plutonite lens eliminate 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light to 400nm, and the F3 anti-fog coating provides long-lasting clarity in an array of conditions. Oakley paired this high-tech lens with a flexible O Matter frame for helmet-compatible comfort. The included Microclear bag keeps the Canopy fresh throughout the seasons.
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- Plutonite lens
- F3 anti-fog coating
- Helmet-compatible O Matter frame
- O-Flow Arch design
- Microclear bag included
- Please see size chart for information on lens tints
- Q & A
Flat Light Hero
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I can't ski like Aksel, but at least I can see like him. While skiing I had no fogging issues. The rose Prizm lenses worked well for a variety of conditions from sunny to flat light. I bought these specifically for flat light since airbrake rose Prizm replacement lenses are no where to be found and I like storm skiing. The flat light performance exceeds that of standard Oakley persimmon lenses and I can see details in the snow well before they jump up to surprise me. I'm very happy with the canopy and it's great field of view. The band has a cool digital camouflage pattern on the very back portion. These come with a cool digital pattern storage/cleaning sack with Aksel's signature on it. I gave these a 5 star rating because the conditions changed quickly at Jackson and these goggles handled all of them with ease. My Airbrakes stayed in the room as a back up. If I had rose Prizm lenses for my airbrake I probably would not have switched lenses when the sun came out unless it would remain sunny all day. The rose Prizm lense allows for 21% light transmission so it still filters out plenty of light, but not as much as the sun specific lenses.