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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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Oakley Airbrake measurments

Hello!

Any owners of the Oakley Airbrake who could measure the width from foam - foam? I dont have the opportunity to test them in a store, as none of them have them in-stock.

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It's 4 inches from inside foam, 6 measured from the outside.

That's a linear measurement though, measured straight across rather than with the contour of the goggle.

hope that helps.
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Is that measured from the foam that sits on your skin? or to the very outside foam?
Could you take a picture so I could see how the contour of the goggle is?

Thx alot!
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He said 4 inches from inside foam and 6 from the outside; which I assume means that the foam is 1 inch wide on the sides.

i.e. 6 inches is the from the two widest points of foam, 4 inches is from the two closest points of foam.
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