Oakley Canopy Snow Goggle Replacement Lens
Description: Oakley Canopy Snow Goggle Replacement Lens
Customize the Canopy Goggle with your choice of lens color, and choose the best optics for the day’s riding conditions. Different lens colors provide different levels of visual contrast and light transmission (the amount of light that reaches the eyes after passing through the lens). Choose high transmission for low light and low transmission for bright light. Amber lens colors enhance visual contrast, which improves depth perception. Shades of gray offer truer color perception and sharpen fine details by reducing glare.
Features of the Oakley Canopy Snow Goggle Replacement Lens
Oakley Canopy Snow Goggle Replacement Lens Colors Available:
PRIZM BLACK IRID, PRIZM SAPPHIRE IRID, PRIZM TORCH IRID, PRIZM ROSE, PRIZM JADE IRID, HI YELLOW, PRIZM HI PINK
$70.00 - $100.00
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REVIEWED BY: ANONYMOUS 2014-03-12
"This review if for the VR50 Pink Iridium lens. Great replacement lens for all around conditions. Perfect for mixed sun/clouds or cloudy days. On bluebird days I still prefer my Fire Iridium and I wouldn't use these for night skiing either. For cloudy and snowy days, these are perfect."
As expected, fits, looks good, etc.
REVIEWED BY: IAN 2014-02-25
"This is a replacement lens, so as expected, it fit the goggles just fine, and is doing a fine job in place of the scratched up lens that was in there before. I got the Fire Iridium one which is for bright sunny days. I'm giving these lenses a less than perfect rating because they scratch SO easily. I mean, I get that they're optics, and they're delicate, and need to be handled carefully, but they're also *athletic equipment* and I've certainly had more durable goggles in the past. The coated lenses (i.e. iridium) are the most delicate; any scratch that goes through the (very thin) coating then becomes this super-annoying bright spot in your field of view. With non-coated lenses it's a lot easier to ignore minor scratches because they don't show up as bright spots."