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  1. i650

    i650 Oakley Beginner

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    Hello,
    I bought a pair of O Frame MX goggles as according to the specs the lens conforms to EN 1938 which would make them road legal here in the UK. The lens suppled has no markings to confirm the EN 1938 compliance. Do Oakley not stamp their lenses or have I been sent a non compliant lens?
    Thanks and best wishes,
    i650
     
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  2. RetinaBurn

    RetinaBurn Oakley Enthusiast

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    It's quite possible the lens is not in intended for on road use, the MX is a motocross goggle (off road use). Maybe try and email Oakley Customer Service for an answer.
     
  3. i650

    i650 Oakley Beginner

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    Thanks,
    I got this from Oakley Customer Care Europe:
    We can confirm that the O-Frame MX Goggle that you have conforms to the EN 1938 Road Compliance. We can also confirm that OAKLEY do not stamp their lenses, as all this relevant information will be supplied / featured in the packaging, instruction manual and any other documentation that has been supplied by OAKLEY INC,USA- where the goggle has been manufactured.

    Best wishes,
    i650