Oakley Flight Deck Ski Goggles
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- Snow goggles featuring logoed band and rimless lens design for improved peripheral vision
- Lens sub-frame attachment for fast and easy lens changing
- Platonize lens material for 100% protection against UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light
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Inspired by the helmet visors of fighter pilots, Flight Deck maximizes your field of view so you won't miss a single target of opportunity. Peripheral and downward vision are wide open for spotting challenges and dangers and the interchangeable lens system lets you adapt to whatever the sky dishes out. The rimless design has wide-ranging helmet compatibility plus the comfort of minimized frame mass and it meets ANSI Z87.1 standards for impact resistance. With clean style and a field of view that's unparalleled, this is the ace of snow goggles.
Color: Matte Black
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If you're going to purchase these goggles, I highly recommend spending the extra coin and getting the Prizm lenses.They offer clarity in a greater variety of light conditions than the standard lenses. I got mine in the Black Iridium, which is ideal for brighter conditions, but served me well in overcast conditions as well. For this coming season I might get a Rose lens (lens are interchangeable) for snow and extreme low light conditions. I should add that the photo of the Black Iridium makes the outside of the lens look white, but in reality it is a highly polished mirror surface (which looks uber-cool when on the slopes).
Two hundred bucks is a fair chunk of change to spend for a pair of goggles, especially when you can get a cheap pair for a fraction of the cost. But you get what you pay for. These goggles are extremely high quality, and they offer unsurpassed field of vision, clarity, and fog-resistance. If they're in your price range, I highly recommend them.
PRIZM - honestly don't know if this is a gimmick or not, still can't tell. Jade Prizm lens is too light for sunny days, and too dark for cloudy days....sooooooo not sure what they are going for there. Wish there strap was hinged so it could move with your helmet/head better. These goggles WILL fog up on wet/stormy days. In the middle of a snowy wind storm, the goggles literally froze over leaving a thick sheet of ice on the front completely blocking my vision (happened to my friend sitting next to me as well, same goggles). I looked over to my other friend and his Smith iox (or whatever they're called) and he could see perfectly clear..... So that kinda bummed me out.
Overall, great quality in terms of durability and looks. Not so great in utility and function.
I had a lot of people ask me about it, and where I got it.
This product is great against the rays of the sun. It is easy to put on, and the view is spectacular when you try to look at the sun directly. The color of the goggle is just great, and goes well with a lot of different color outfits. The elastic adjustment is easy, and it fits almost all different types of heads. I fell a lot during my first run, and these goggles can take a lot of beating. Amazing Product.