The mirrored Oakley Flight Deck is a snowboard frame with a frameless design for an extra wide panoramic view and is equipped with an even larger glass than the Flight Deck XM.
The three-layer foam with fleece ensures a comfortable fit even after hours in the powder.
For anti-fog and best visibility, the goggles are equipped with a ventilation channel and an anti-fog coating. With a transmission rate between 8 and 18%, the glass is suitable for bright sunshine because only little radiation is transmitted through the glass. Protection level 3 is the second highest level in the Oakley classification.
The mirroring contributes to the protection of the eyes. It goes without saying that the Flight Deck is 100% UV-safe.
The blue-white eyeglass strap matches the blue glass and is lined with silicone, so that the strap is non-slip on the helmet. -Mirrored goggles -Frame: Hazard Bar Ice Slate -Glass: Prizm Sapphire Iridium -Protection level 3 -Translucency: 8-18% -Suitable for bright sunshine -Iridium coating -reduction of glare and contrast enhancement -Ridgelock technology -easy glass replacement with secure sealing of the glaziers -High Definition Optics -crystal clear view -100% UV protection -Lightweight polycarbonate frame -Anti-fog double disc -Eyeglass vent duct -Three-layer polar fleece foam -Helmet compatible -Frameless design for more all-round visibility -Wide strap with silicone print for non-slip helmet fit -Suitable for medium to large faces -Over The Glasses: Fits Most Optical Eyewear -Including microfiber sack
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- 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.
- I’ve been skiing since the early 1990s, and in all those years I don’t think I’ve ever seen a cooler looking ski goggle.
- Of all the products in the Oakley line, I think this is the best looking goggle they make.
- When you’re wearing them you kind of look like something out of Star Wars, and you’ll definitely stand out from the other skiers/boarders on the mountain.
- But style means nothing if they don’t deliver on performance, and these definitely deliver big time.
- I bought these goggles because my previous “fog-free” goggles just didn’t cut it.
- In addition, they are extremely comfortable, even over the eyeglasses I wear when skiing.
- The extra wide lens offer great peripheral vision (although I lose a little because of my strong prescription eyeglasses).
- 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.
- 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.
- I was THOROUGHLY impressed when I hit a fat branch doing some hard backwoods ridding and came to find there was not a scratch on the googles.
- PRIZM – honestly don’t know if this is a gimmick or not, still can’t tell.
- Wish there strap was hinged so it could move with your helmet/head better.
- 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).
- Overall, great quality in terms of durability and looks.
- I don’t understend how this thing can be happend, two models shap is totally different and price gap is huge.
- Provides clarity and eliminates flat light on slight downward sloping runs , highlighting hard to see uneven terrain.
- I had a lot of people ask me about it, and where I got it.
- 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.
- The fit is great for my face and the visibility/field of view is definitely the best out there right now.
- I tried the Smith I/O, but the nose bridge did not fit at all for some reason and had a huge gap.
- Oakley on the other hand have their nose padding designed differently and it’s much better.
- The only con I can say is that this only comes with a single lens compared to the other top end models from other brands.
- Great peripherals, comfortable fit and had zero issues with fogging even with a balaclava on.
- If you want a slim profile goggle, you probably want to pick another option.
- The color of lens is not like what the picture shows, and I took it to the oakley store to compare with the same mode.
- PSA for women: definitely a men’s goggle; a bit oversized, but still a great fit!<
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- The XM model fits my face better than the gigantic “Flight Deck”, even if I don’t have very small face.
- The goggles are well built although lens change is not as quick as some competitors (Spy, Dragon, Anon all have faster lens change systems).
- I bought my goggles with the Hi Pink Prizm lens which is the best Oakley lens for low light flatout days and bought an extra Prizm Jade lens for sunnier days.
- The field of vision is good, there are no reflections from the lenses towards inside like on some goggles and overall the rimless design looks really cool.
- I see many people complaining here that the lenses are not really blue or green, but pink instead.
- Do understand that the most of the lenses on the market seem actually pink or orange when you look through them.
- See the attached photos for Prizm Hi Pink and Prizm Jade lenses on me (I’m wearing a large size Bolle B-style helmet that has seen better times).
- It seems technology just keeps increasing and these make that fact clear.
- They are such a step above all other goggles we’ve ever tried.
- Your friends will take pictures of themselves reflected from your lens.
- Only thing is I felt like delicately handling the goggles so I keep the inside of the lens untouched to maintain the “anti-fog” film.
- It is wide open to contact so initially I felt afraid to freely wail them around, but luckily I found out early that the lens holds up well to normal movement and will be good during typical wear and tear.
- I honestly believe they are a safety device as they allow you to see so much more with their huge field of view and clarity.
- I went back to the Rose for overcast days, which also work for me if the sun comes out.
- My girlfriend is fine with the hi-pink though and they are a bit better for very low light overcast/tree skiing days – just go with Rose if you have any light sensitivity.
- The red/blue/green/black lenses are all excellent and just preference.
- I could see everything very clearly, they were extremely comfortable, and most importantly (to me), any fog I would get cleared up almost instantly.
- I had my mom struggle with fog, and while they couldn’t see sometimes due to low visibility I was able to lead them down the mountain.
- Hasn’t fogged at all and the fit is comfortable with great peripheral vision.
- They are comfortable and the contrast in the snow is perfection.
- Not only did I receive the wrong product, but it was a little used.
Oakley Flight Deck Unboxing
In this video I unbox the Oakley Flight Deck Snow Goggles. These goggles came with the Sapphhire Iridium lens. It also happens to