Oakley Prizm React Goggles

Nov 28, 2018

Category: Tech

Carving down a powdery peak like the mountain is your canvas is a breathtaking experience which requires the right gear to enjoy completely. Oakley is releasing the quintessential tech-filled goggles for any skier or snowboarder looking to shred some fresh snow this winter dubbed the Prizm React.

Oakley’s rimless Prizm React Goggles have an adjustable electrochromic lens system so you can choose between three tints: Prizm Rose for low-light conditions, Prizm Torch for overcast days, and Prizm Black for bright scenarios. All you have to do is use the glove-friendly button to toggle between the goggle’s different settings and choose the right mode to match your environment. The battery offers up to one week of power on a single charge and it’s integrated into the frame so the goggles maintain their sleek styling. These $299 high-tech snowboard essentials are expected to hit shelves very soon.

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