Oakley Releases Airwave Goggles With Recon MOD Live HUD

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 2, 2012 1:44 pm

Have you ever been shredding it up wishing you were listening to some killer tunes or wanting to know how fast you were going? Well now you can with Oakley’s NEW Airwave Goggles infused with Recon Instrument’s HUD technology. And you don’t even need to remove your gloves to access the amazing functions these goggles provide. With an easy-to-access wireless remote that fits as a watch, you can play your favorite jams, check your speed or jump height, and even check to see where your buddies are at. Oakley has partnered up with Recon, following last year’s unveiling of their own MOD Live Android-enabled HUD technology for ski goggles to integrate their technology into these Airwave goggles, which can now be hooked up to Apple products, such as your iPhone. 

Ever feel like you’re still being bothered by the environment because your goggle lens isn’t quite right? Well now, with the Switchlock technology, these goggles allow you to change your lens based on the current environment. It was only a matter of time before Oakley came out with this type of goggle as they have been researching this type of technology for the past 15 years.

The value for the Airwave goggle is priced at $599, but is worth every penny as this technology will alter your skiing and snowboarding experience for the better and will take you to places you have never been before.

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