From the very start Oakley has been committed to providing professional and everyday athletes around the world with solutions to support their performance passions and day-to-day activities. Designed with seal, filtration, fit and eyewear integration in mind, Oakley has launched Oakley MSK3, a mask designed to work seamlessly with eyewear and fit snugly on the wearer's face.
MSK3 includes two filter options for filtration and breathability. The high-performance, disposable filter has over 95% filtration efficiency of particles down to size of 0.3 microns, while the additional reusable filter is designed for filtration protection against air pollutants and dust particles. Replacement high-performance filters and reusable filters are available for purchase.
Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final and returns cannot be accepted.
- Eyewear channel - the medical-grade silicon gasket of nose area is designed to provide comfort and excellent fit with eyewear
- Adjustable nosebridge - aluminum bar embedded in silicone gasket for adjusting to a perfect fit
- Mask body - semi-rigid mask body helps add space to keep the mask filter off your face for better breathability
- Filtration - interior attachment area for disposable high-performance filter or reusable filter
- Adjustable straps - adjustable, elastic straps for a customized fit
- Perimeter gasket - the silicone gasket is designed to create a close seal
- Accessories - replacement high performance filter packs and disposable filter available for purchase
- Mask care - hand wash, do not bleach, drip dry in shade
- 43% Polyester/ 43% Melt-blown/ 14% Silicon
- 1 High Filtration Disposable Filter
- 1 Low Filtration Disposable Filter
Great product. Comfortable fit.
This is the easiest mask to wear and breath through.
Man, this mask looks great.
It's a shame that the metal in the nose for forming it to your face is so short and useless. For $60, I would have expected it to be longer than an inch. If you're trying to save your glasses from fogging, forget it. You're still going to be fogging them when you exhale.