Oakley O FRAME 2.0 XM - Ski Goggles - white/persimmon + Spare Lens

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Please note: images may vary from the product, the lens/visor colour may change depending on the reflection and viewing angle.

Use: winter sports



  • Colour: persimmon
  • Category: 1
  • Light transmission rate: 61%
  • Ideal for cloudy weather
  • Ideal for medium size faces
  • ANSI Z87.1 and EN.174:2001 standards


  • O Matter™



  • The Lexan® lens material provides 100% protection against UVA,UVB, UVC rays and dangerous blue light up to 400 nm
  • Anti-scratch and anti-fog plutonite lens
  • Dual-vented lens with F2 anti-fog coating
  • High shock resistance
  • Large lens for optimised peripheral vision

Spare lens:

  • Colour: dark grey
  • Category: 3
  • Light transmission rate: 10%
  • Ideal for sunny weather


  • Adjustable strap for a perfect hold
  • Flexible O Matter™ frame conforms to your face for optimized comfort and fit
  • Low-profile frame design for increased visibility and improved compatibility with all helmets
  • Triple-layer face foam fleece to wick away sweat
  • Textured interior of the frame for reduction of reflections
  • Large adjustable 50 mm strap with silicone lining
  • Subtle notches on the temple to fit most glasses frames
  • Silicone strips for perfect support with or without helmet

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O Matter™: Oakley's O Matter™ thermoplastic injection-moulded frame has improved resistance and flexibility compared to traditional acetate frames. This frame is built to resist impacts and distortions over time.




Category 3 solar lenses provide a perfect filter for most light conditions. Your solar lenses will filter 83 to 92% of sunlight. They offer excellent eye protection from sun rays and glare for most of your activities. This protection is particularly effective in conditions of strong sunlight (during summer, holidays by the sea, on the beach and winter sports).


Category 1 solar lenses are slightly tinted, and filter 20 to 57% of sunlight. This type of index is recommended for low sunlight, for example in winter or for cloudy days. This type of index is strongly discouraged in very sunny conditions.