Ski fog-free all day long.
If you have a petite face or spend more time trying to adjust your goggles than you do skiing or boarding, the Oakley A-Frame Asian Fit Goggle may be the answer to all your (goggle-related) problems. The nose aspect of this goggle is a big narrower and bigger, so the goggles aren't spending a full day on your cheeks. The lenses are treated with F-3 Series anti-fog treatment and filter 100% UV light so you can't blame foggy goggles when you biff it on a bunny hill. Polar fleece foam takes sweat away from your face to prevent the goggles from being cemented to your head with a layer of ice.
- Blocks 100% UV A, B, and blue light
- Ballistic lens with Polaric Ellipsoid lens geometry
- Anti-fog treatment
- Dual ventilation
- Asian fit (smaller, narrower)
- Triple polar-tech fleece face foam
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Best fitting goggles!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Let's face it(pun intended), not everyone's head is the same shape, so why should goggles only come in one shape?
Cylindrical lenses will still wrap around your face nicely, but if you're serious about being on the hill, you'll want a more durable pair of goggles with better peripheral vision, right?
Enter the Oakley Asian Fit goggles.
They're not just "smaller and narrower"-
These are the same size as the normal A Frames, the only difference, is that the padding tapers off towards the temples, and is added around the nose.
If you find yourself having gaps between your face and your goggles around your nose, you could probably also benefit from this style of goggle.
I have a pair of the Splice asian fit goggles as well, but they don't fit nearly as well as these A Frames do.
They can really take a beating too. I've had mine for over 5 seasons now and they're still going strong.
Swapping the lenses out takes a minute or less. Super simple!