Win Oakley ski goggles

Looking for a large size goggle with interchangeable lens technology? You could win a pair of the Airbrake™ XL Ski Goggles from Oakley !

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Looking for a large size goggle with interchangeable lens technology?

You could win a pair from our partners at Snow+Rock! The Airbrake™ XL Ski Goggles from Oakley have the perfect combination of a less-technical and more stylish aesthetic, with a flush design and fast and easy lens interchangeability. Ideal for your next ski trip!

Designed to be tough in the right places, with a rigid exoskeleton to give you a true view through the lens and a triple layer face foam to provide great cushioning – perfect for all-day wear!

Switchlock™ Technology makes it super easy to change lenses on the go, so that you can adapt to visibility and conditions. The dual pane lenses also come with a F3 anti-fog coating for crystal clear views on the top of the mountain and great visibility heading down the slopes. They are helmet compatible too, with O Matter® outrigger strap attachments and an overall larger fit.

To get your hands on a pair of these premium ski goggles, simply answer the simple question to be entered into our prize draw:

To enter: for your chance to win this great prize, simply go to the competition site by clicking on ‘Enter Competition’ button, answer this question – Which design feature of the Oakley Airbrake™ Ski Goggles ensures that you’ve got a clear view on the mountain? – and enter your details, easy!

Enter by: 28/09/2018

No purchase necessary.

See competition website for full terms and conditions.

Promoted By: Ski Club of GB

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How do I start?

Find your local centre in England,Wales or Scotland to get yourself on the slopes. The Ski Club of Northern Ireland has a useful Facebook page too. There’s also loads of information at Disability Snowsport for anyone looking for inclusive skiing.

What is skiing?

You fix on a pair of skis to your feet, whilst wearing special boots, and glide down a slope. Many people in the United Kingdom learn the basics of alpine skiing on dry ski slopes or at indoor snow centres, which offer lessons and equipment rental.

Is it for me?

There are beginners classes all over the country, and you can pick up the basics quickly. So if you like the cold, the rush of speed and adrenaline then give it a go.

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