About O’Neill Reach Mirrored Ski Goggles - Extra Lens
Overstock. Optimize your vision for changing conditions on the slopes with O'Neill's Reach ski goggles, an outstanding combination of versatile optics and effortless adaptability. Interchangeable mirrored Revo lenses adapt to changing light conditions, and offer full UV protection, and triple-layer face foam ensures epic all-day comfort.
Specs about O’Neill Reach Mirrored Ski Goggles - Extra Lens
- Lens style: Double
- Lens type: Spherical
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Anti-fog: Yes
- Extra lens included: 1
- Strap style: Dual adjustable
- Ventilation: Frame
- Fit: Medium
- Helmet compatible: Yes
- Weight: 4.6 oz.
- Strap material: Elastic with silicone
- Frame material: Polyurethane
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Gender: Men
- Recommended use: Snow sports
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Comfortable Fit and Easy Change of LensesReviewed by Bar from Missouri on Sunday, January 14, 2018I purchased these googles for a recent ski trip. The UV protection was good, i did not notice any eye strain after wearing. The goggles fit well with my helmet and i changed the lenses during the trip. The lenses change was easier than most googles and the high visibility and low visibility lenses were both high quality. The instruction manual for changing out the lenses is super small type so you might need a magnifying glass or someone under 20 to help you read it. All in all i am very pleased with my purchase and will be using these goggles for many years to come.
Question & Answer
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“I was trying to follow the instruction to change the lens and the instruction is not correct. It says just pull the frame gently. In fact there are two clips on the top to the goggles that you need to open (#3 in the figure) and I am not able to pull the lens from both sides (#2 in the figure).
Can anybody successfully changed the lens help to clarify how to remove the lens?
I had the same problems but was able to change the lens. What I did was put both hands on the lens and twisted it a little like I was ringing a towel. Only a few centimeters and the lens popped out.