Oakley Canopy Goggle Replacement Lens

Whether you're looking to replace your busted-up lens or add to your lens tint arsenal, re-up your goggles' power with the Oakley Canopy Goggle Replacement Lens.

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  • HDO tech improves clarity, impact resistance, and reduces distortion for a truer picture of the terrain
  • Anti-fog coating does just what its name implies
  • Performance tints let you dial in the correct amount of light filtering, color balance, and visual contrast
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A++

    Easy to replace and much cheaper than buying a new pair of goggles. Great tool for adjusting to light conditions.

    Great lens for a great goggle

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I needed a replacement yellow lens and these fit the bill. It was easy to remove the old lens and put the new one in. Way cheaper than buying a new set of goggles too! 10/10 would buy again.

    Unanswered Question

    I noticed there's no "black rose iridium" in the oakley lens chart, is there another name fore it or is it a discontinued product?

    Is it intended for bright or dim conditions?

    Unanswered Question

    Can it be used on Canopy Asian fit goggle?

    *PRIZM JADE IRIDIUM LENS for the WIN

      This lens is a game changer. It is truly the ONE LENS TO RULE THEM ALL :)

      I tested it on bluebird days to snowy days and then everything else in between. The optics and contrast is 100x sharper than my old blue iridium, black iridium, and persimmon lenses. And the best yet is that the lens performs well in all conditions so there is no need to swap out lenses or carry back ups. You can still see so much detail in the snow even when the sun is gone.

      The view from inside the goggle is lightly rose colored, but when someone is looking at you the lens is a mirrored vivid green/yellowish colored in the middle and slowly fades out on the sides to blue than purple - yup, pretty rad :)

      I am so excited about this lens. Its more expensive, but for the versatility, optics, and overall look I consider the $ well spent.

      Cheers!

      *PRIZM JADE IRIDIUM LENS for the WIN

      Absolutely love this.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I abused this lens at Telluride during spring like conditions in early January this month. Between the clouds behind the mountain and skiing until last chair, these lens were perfect and covered every amount of light conditions I came a cross.



      The Rose/Pink view through the goggles is extremely easy on the eyes, and I would only recommend the Prizm Black Iridium lens to those that ski bluebird days every day. The Jade Iridium lens covers everything you will encounter in a normal in bounds day.



      5/5 Would recommend to any Oakley fans to check out the Jade Iridium Prizm Lens for any frame.

      Absolutely love this.

      do these canopy lenses fit the canopy prizm goggles?

      Best Answer

      Yes, you'll see that there is at least one Prizm replacement lens option on this page actually. Any Canopy lens will work with the Canopy frame! (Prizm refers to the lens, not the frame.)

      hi

      is this compatible with canopy asian fit frame?

      thanks

      Best Answer

      Hey there! Oakley confirmed that these will indeed fit the Asian Fit Canopy Frames. Definitely give me a shout if you have any other questions-- 1-800-409-4502 ext 4456 or llabar@backcountry.com.

      Great tint!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      VR50Pink has been the best tint I've found for overcast and low light conditions.

      How difficult/quick is it to change lenses...

      How difficult/quick is it to change lenses on these? I have a set of Smith I/O's that I love the quick interchange, but the small frame sucks compared to these Canopys!

      Hey Steve,

      Relatively easy with the proper technique. However, they are nowhere near as easy to swap out as the previously mentioned I/O. If that is a very important feature to you, go with the I/OX as it will provide the larger frame you desire while maintaining interchangeable ease.