Oakley Front Line MX TLD Pre-Mix RWB Goggle Prizm
|209,95 €||188,95 €|
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Oakley Front Line MX TLD Pre-Mix RWB Goggle Prizm Sapphire Iridum Lens
As a premium google coming in just below the Airbrake, Oakley’s new Front Line Goggle is made for the rider that wants crystal-clear vision without having to sacrifice any safety or comfort. Oakley does it all by integrating several features that use their own unique and proprietary technology.
First up is the Front Line’s Plutonite lens. With an injection-molded construction and a pre-curved shape, the Plutonite lens is not bent or curved when it’s installed in the goggle, giving you clear, distortion-free visuals. On top of that, Oakley’s Prizm lens technology gives the lens optical filters that increase visual contrast, making it easier for a rider to pick out obstacles, notice terrain changes, and cut through the harsh changes between sun and shadow.
The lens is attached to the Front Line frame using Ridgelock technology that doesn’t just secure the lens in place, it also creates a 360 degree seal around the lens to keep dirt, dust, and the elements out of the goggle. Combined with the outrigger-style frame, triple-layer face foam, and an extra-wide strap, the Front Line measures up as one of the most advanced goggles currently out there.
- Plutonite lens eliminates visual distortion while increasing impact strength
- Extended frame outriggers to fit seamlessly with most Motocross helmets
- Ridgelock Lens Technology for completely sealed, rimless look and quick lens changing capability
- Ridgelock Lens creates seal that keeps dirt and dust out of the goggle
- Triple layer face foam wicks sweat and increases comfort
- Extra-wide 50 mm strap holds goggle in place against helmet
- Includes an anti-fog treated high-impact resistant lens
- Includes a removable nose guard
- Includes Perimeter-Sealed laminated tear-offs
- Discreet frame notches at temples provide compatibility with most prescription eyewear
- Optional Prizm lens increases contrast to distinguish obstacles and terrain