By John Smith, Published January 19, 2015
Congratulations to Lindsay Vonn for becoming the most successful female World Cup alpine skier ever. Lindsay, aged 30 years, clocked one minute 27.03 seconds in Italy during a super-G race in Cortina d’Ampezzo leaving her 4th in the overall World Cup standings.
Lindsay now wears the new Oakley Prizm lens in an A-Frame 2.0 goggle with lens colour Jade Iridium which provides a seriously high level of light control. This allows professional skiers to make the most of the unprecedented contrast levels allowing light changes to have less of an impact when travelling rapidly and taking turns at breakneck speeds.
Oakley ski goggles just keep getting better with more and more top athletes turning to Oakley eyewear to help push their performances up a notch. So unless you’re under contract to wear and promote a specific manufacturers product whilst hitting the slopes you too can enjoy Oakley’s amazing technology and share a pro’s view of the slopes, all-be-it at a slow pace!
The original and still the best, the Oakley A-Frame is a firm favourite for professionals and slope loving fanatics all over the globe!
Oakley A-Frame 2.0
A-Frame 2.0 is a leaner version of the original A-Frame with less bulk and expanded lens volume for an increased vista.
The latest from Oakley and a nod to fighter pilots as this frame takes inspiration from aviation to give an unrivalled field of view.