Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50

Detail Images

  • Oakley - Airbrake Prizm Goggle - Men's - Disruptive Olive Orange/Prizm Torch Iridium-Hi Yellow

Current Color

  • Oakley - Airbrake Prizm Goggle - Men's - Disruptive Olive Orange/Prizm Torch Iridium-Hi Yellow

Oakley Airbrake Prizm Goggle - Men's


Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50. Learn More

Select style & size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • Disruptive Olive Orange/Prizm Torch Iridium-Hi Yellow, One Size

    15 Reviews


    See and destroy.

    Stare down the barrel of the burliest lines with clarity with the Oakley Airbrake Prizm Goggles. Plutonite lens material blocks out 100% of UV rays, while the Prizm coating provides unmatched control of light transmission, so you won't be caught off guard by any steep rollovers. Each option includes an interchangeable lens with an Iridium coating designed to balance out light and reduce glare on sunny days. The soft O Matter chassis follows the contours of your face for a comfortable face, while the stout outer frame maintains rigidity for enhanced durability. Extended outriggers let you wear them with or without a helmet, and the patented Switchlock Technology makes switching out lenses quick and easy without compromising impact resistance. 

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Switchlock interchangeable lens technology
    • 100% UV blocking Plutonite lens material
    • F3 anti-fog lens coating
    • Medium to large frame size
    • Please see size chart for information on lens options
    • Item #OAK00S6
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Airbrake Mayhem

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These goggles have a terrific fit when it comes to comfort and breath-ability(with/beanie, helmet, and face-mask). They have adjustable straps so they are good for any age. There are more than enough color selections for the frames as there are options for the lens. I absolutely recommend a polarized lens and always wear a helmet. I have a large grey Bern helmet I have been using for over 5 years that fits great with these goggles. They work great for many different brands of helmets. I have worn Electrics, Dragons, and Anons and I keep coming back to the Oakley Airbrakes whether it is day or night because they are so versatile with the different brands I use.

    I am an advanced level skier and snowboarder. Last year I had 98 days riding at more than 5 resorts. I have been an avid skier and boarder since I was 7 and I am constantly cycling through gear I can put through the wringer and continue to come back to year after year. I have had my Airbrakes for over 3 yrs and the only changes I have made have been the lens. In terms of protection, they are very resilient. I've take more than enough trees/rocks/rails/etc to the face and I do not see myself having to replace them a the rate I am going. Absolutely worth every penny!

    Oakley Airbrakes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've put a dozen or so days in on these goggles, and usually were my go to for anything, but storm days. The field of view was the biggest selling point to me on these goggles and what really sets them apart from the other goggles I have. The ability to change lenses quickly is definitely a plus with these as well. As for lens tints, they are typical Oakley quality, which is really good, however I had higher expectations for the Prizm technology. I guess their marketing worked on me and I thought it would be ground breaking and be able to see all these new lines, unfortunately that wasn't necessarily the case. To me, I would spend more on getting the frame you want than worrying about getting prizm lenses over their standard ones, that is unless you want a specific tint/mirror.

    Oakley Airbrakes

    Best goggles out there

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I ride motocross so as soon as Oakley released their Airbrake MX goggles I had a pair. You don't realize the difference that pouring the lense vs bending a pressed lens makes until you put on a pair of clear (my mx airbrakes are clear) goggles. So...
    Ordered these goggle last Wednesday, unfortunately UPS missorted the package so I had to snowboard in sunglasses, but thats on them not backcountry. Got them the next Monday. Don't be surprised if the lenses dont look exactly like they do in the pictures. The are some videos on YouTube that explain why taking pictures of Oakley prizms often looks different than in person. When I got the goggles, I actually noticed that the Oakley was printed upside down on the strap (strap was put on upside down) again not sure if this was a backcountry issue, probably an Oakley issue. Thanks to the incredible modularity of these goggles (you can literally unsnap the goggles into pieces), I was able to resolve the issue fine myself. +1 on the design. Not to mention how easy it is to change the lenses. Another +1. Having two lenses is also great, especially the jade, and the Hi pink BOTH in prizm, +1 on the lenses. I wear a GIRO helmet, and the goggles fit under the helmet seamlessly, another +1. Oh and they are just big enough that you dont have to squint, but not too big that they plug your nose. +1


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    These googles are a perfect design to fit with helmets. I use the Airbrake as my go-to snowmobile goggle with a full face moto helmet. Having the strap bridged on each side allows the goggle to seat on my face creating a nice seal keeping the snow out. The key to keeping these fog free is keeping them dry, so storing them outside of the case and in fresh air is important. The Airbrake interchangeable lenses are super easy to swap out. You do have to take off the googles to swap out the lenses but it is so quick that it is not an issue for me. As always, Oakley optics are top notch with no distortions or imperfections.

    Solid Goggle but need to fix fogging

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I received these as a gift, and while they are good goggles, they are not without it's faults. I will be dividing this review into 5 parts: fogging, goggle vision, comfort, Prizm lenses and final pros and cons.

    My biggest issue with the goggles are how much they fogged. For this price range, I do not expect goggles to fog much if at all, except for gnarly conditions. But it wasn't. It was a bright sunny day, quite warm around 26-35 degrees, totally clear, and great weather. I had my Black Iridium Prizm lenses on that day, and noticed they were fogging up with my Seirus Ultraclave on. I know that this can cause goggles to fog, so I removed it. However, goggles kept fogging. I removed them from face and helmet (which was open and ventilated), held up in sun, which helped for a bit but quickly went back to fogging. I checked to see if I was sweating but I wasn't. When I was on the ski lift, it cleared up, however, quickly fogged back up once we got off. Even when I was riding, the goggles continued to fog up, making it hard for me to see. I tried everything, but goggles kept fogging up. I tried swapping lens for the Prizm Rose, which also fogged up. The Prizm Rose also fogged up the day before when we went night riding. Having expensive goggles fog up is not fun, and really made snowboarding unenjoyable as I could not see and was getting very frustrated.

    The goggles had decent peripheral vision, however, noticed that at times I could not see others next to me. They are definitely better than the A-Frame, however, the difference between them and the Flight Deck are noticeable, but not as much as you might think.

    The comfort on these goggles are great. I really love Oakley's triple foam, it seems to conform to your face better than other triple foam goggles. That being said, I did have a slight annoyance with the nose bridge on these goggles being a bit rough. Not a deal breaker but definitely not perfect.

    The Prizm lenses are great, but I honestly believed they are overhyped. I am writing this part ignoring the fact how much they fogged and am simply referring to how they were when they weren't fogging. While they are better then other lenses, such as the my Oakley A Frame with Fire Iridium, the difference wasn't mind blowing. For my goggles, I had the Black Iridium Prizm and Rose Prizm lenses. The Prizm Black is best for bright to overcast days while the Prizm Rose is better for Overcast to Whiteout days. Both lenses have a noticeable red tint to them, however, the Prizm Black is significantly darker than the Prizm Rose. While it is great in bright days, I found it not to be the best in overcast because it is too dark. Even on bright days, when I was riding near tree lines, I found it difficult at times to see patches in the snow as it was too dark. The Prizm Rose is also a solid lens. While it says it is best suited for overcast to whiteout days, it can easily be used as an all around lens. Even on bright days, it holds up well, it is just fairly bright in the goggles but not too bad. It did good in partly cloudy and slightly overcast conditions, however, I was disappointed when riding in very overcast and whiteout conditions. While they did a solid job providing detail in the snow, they failed to brighten anything, making it nearly impossible to see. Definitely not whiteout lenses. While I have never used the Hi Yellow, I would assume it would be significantly better by brightening everything up. In whiteout and overcast, everything becomes red and is hard to see. All in all, I am happy with lenses and would give a 4/5. I will include some pictures I took with the Prizm Black on a sunny day below (sorry forgot to take pics with Prizm Rose).

    Final Pros:

    1) Switch lock is great and fast

    2) Nice lenses

    3) Good Periphery Vision

    4) Comfortable

    5) Fits well on face and helmet


    1) Fogging

    2) Lens aren't perfect and can be improved

    Solid Goggle but need to fix fogging

    Excellent Goggles

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have been using these goggles for a few weeks now and have found the Prizm Rose lens to be excellent on very flat light and snowy days. They fit well with my Smith Vantage helmet with no gaps and the lens change, although not quite as fast as the Anon M2, is still fast and can be done with gloves on.

    At first I was very concerned with the lens seal around the nose interfering with my vision or being a distraction on the mountain but but in real-world use I have forgotten all about it. If this is a concern for you when trying on these goggles, I wouldn't let that affect your decision.

    Overall, these are the best goggles I have ever used for their superior optics, helmet fit, and quick lens change.

    Amazing googles

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    With the new prizm lense you can wear these goggle all the time and never feel like you cant see. If you ever want to change lenses it so fast and easy that you can do quickly on the lift with no trouble

    great goggle with the lens Top Notch

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These goggles are top notch and provide the best clarity and vision with the prizm lense. What I like about the goggles is that the lens can be worn in different light conditions so that you wont always need to switch lenses to adopt to the environment. The prizm lenses are made to adapt to a wide array of light conditions. They also include a yellow tint lens for the over cast days. The airbrake are at the top of Oakley's arsenal. I would highly recommend these for any avid shredder.

    great goggle with the lens
Top Notch

    Oakley quality

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Over the last two seasons I've become a huge fan of oakleys prizm lens tech. That said, I've always carried two goggles, one set up for bright sun, one for storm due to the challenge of changing oakleys lenses. The prizm airbrake on sale remedied that for me. Having used Smith's goggles as well, I can say the airbrake system is more secure as well.

    Love them

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are fantastic goggles. I used them all last year and already got a few days with them this year. They lenses have yet to get a scratch on them and there have been a few times where they should have. They fit very well on my 7 5/8 hat sized head (you know, if you buy a fitted hat) and also fit my K2 helmet perfectly. The foam used is comfortable and I have yet to get the goggle itch that usually accompanies wearing goggles for long periods of time.

    I have the black prizm iridium and prizm rose lenses, and they are by far the best lenses I have ever used. The clarity, field of vision, and depth perception is phenomenal. The video below gives a great initial impression of how good these goggles are. But, it still doesn't quite do them justice due to there not being any snow on the ground and you aren't trying to find a line down the mountain.

    I have rarely used the rose lenses due to the iridium lenses being useful in nearly all conditions, but the few times I have used them in low visibility, I was very thankful that I had them.

    I realize that these are expensive goggles, nearly half the price of a new snowboard, so if you are hesitant about purchasing these, I recommend heading to a local ski shop and trying them out and when you fall in love with them, come back to BC and purchase them.

    As far as changing out the lenses, I don't see how it could get any easier, except for maybe having someone else do it. You only need to do it once before you would be able to do it blindfolded. I'll save you some time so that you don't have to look at the ikea type of instructions.

    To remove, face goggles towards you, undo the hinged clip that holds the right side of the lenses in place. Place finger under the lens which is now exposed and pop out. The left side of the lens is under the frame, inside the goggle hole.

    To put back in, place the left side under the frame in the hole, press the right side down, then slip the clip over annnnd you're done.

    Have fun and shred on.

    Just wanted to add, that I haven't experienced any serious fog up issues, only a couple times when I had my neck gator pulled up over my mouth and nose, but as soon as I got moving again, they cleared up. Although, I don't think that can be avoided with any pair of goggles, since that directs most breaths up and through the holes in the goggles. I have yet to find a pair that can withstand warm, humid breaths.

    Lastly, if these goggles are too expensive, I would still stick to the prizm experience and just go with a different model frame that is cheaper.

    Great goggles

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are clear great during the brightest part of the day to the late afternoon when the shadows roll in. You can really pick up the change in terrain nothing is hidden with these.

    Also, you can change out a lens in less then five seconds.

    The design on the goggles is prefect.

    I changed out the lenses the day I took this photo.

    I find that my prism lenses have started to fog up. Its not bad and goes away quickly. When I use my replacement lenses I don't have this issue.

    I changed out the lenses the day I took this photo.

    Great goggles

    Prizm lenses

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these for Christmas and was glad I found them on backcountry. I could find an Airbrake model on that had two prizm lenses, so I looked on here and found them, and I am so glad I did! I wasn't planning on getting the prizm lenses, but now that I have used them, I can definitely say that they are worth the extra money! I bought the black iridium and rose lenses with the jet black frame, and not only do they look really good, I can see everything now. EVERYTHING. The other day I was skiing and the fog rolled in and it was so hard to see, but the rose lens absolutely killed it! My friends were complaint the whole time they couldn't see, but I could see everything so well and all the bumps were clearer than I would ever expected them! They never had a problem fogging, they would fog up a very small bit in the gondola or when I was hiking, but it all went away as soon as I started moving again, so they are very well ventilated! The switch lock is amazing too, I always get people complementing on how easy it is to change! I was hesitant about the price, but I can definitely say that they were worth every penny! Highly recommend them!

    Oakley Prizm

    You may wonder, why would you spring for Prizm technology from Oakley. Well, for one, the second you use it, you will instantly understand what a game changer it is. But since you are still just checking it out, and this is an online purchase, check out the technology video from Oakley. No joke, the video doesn't even do it justice, how much it increases contrast.

    If you're wondering about Prizm lenses

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Purchased the Sochi edition the other day and have put together an initial unboxing and review so you can see what the prizm lenses look like and how they compare to some other lenses. Will try to update once on the snow... 4 stars for now (1 star off for price, which is ridiculous)

    If you're wondering about Prizm lenses