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Oakley Flight Deck Prizm Goggle

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    • Matte White/Prizm Torch Irid, One Size
      $200.00
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      $200.00
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      $170.00
    4.5524

    24 Reviews

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    Spot your landings with precision.

    Realizing that its athletes spend the majority of their time in the air, Oakley drew inspiration from fighter pilot helmets to provide its airborne elite with the optics they need to spot landings with precision. The Flight Deck Prizm Goggle sports an expanded lens volume to optimize peripheral vision, and it's situated on the low-profile Ridgelock sub-frame that allows for quick lens switching as light conditions change.

    The Plutonite lens material blocks 100% of UV rays and features Prizm technology designed to provide excellent light transmission for optimizing contrast and visibility. Triple-layer face foam keeps them comfortable enough for all day wear, and the dual ventilated lens, along with an anti-fog coating, keeps your field of vision clear on muggy storm days. So when you finally get tired of blaming your goggles for not sticking your landings; pull on the Oakley Flight Decks.

    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.

    • UV-blocking Plutonite lens with integrated Prizm technology
    • F3 anti-fog coating
    • Expanded lens volume
    • Dual vented lenses
    • Standard fit
    • Low-profile frame design
    • Compatible with most prescription frames
    • Iridium glare reduction lens coating optional
    • Please see size chart for information on lens options
    • Item #OAK00SA

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    Plutonite
    Frame
    O Matter
    Strap
    oversized
    Eyeglass Compatible
    yes
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Best Goggles I Have Owned

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    In my opinion, a good pair of goggles can make or break a day on the mountain. I have tried them all and nothing compares to the satisfaction I have experienced with these goggles. I simply cannot get enough of their quality

    This Tech is no joke

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Oakley has been developing this technology for roughly 15 years. The same tech that goes into the prizm is also used in helmets designed for pilots in our armed services. These goggles will offer the user a more defined view of the mountain as it optimizes lights in colors that our eyes cannot naturally filter. By doing so it allows us to see definition in the snow and terrain giving us the ability to see more of the mountain. I love the fit on the flight deck, they seal against my helmet reducing drafts. The goggles don't fog up unless there is excess moisture. I have 2 pairs to rotate every other day so they can dry out appropriately. The other nice feature of these is the silicone inner band on the strap. This allows them to get a superior grip on your helmet keeping them in place for hours of skiing. The foam outlay is soft and plush and does not abrade against the skin of your face. This particular goggle is best for larger framed faces however, I have a pretty narrow face and make it work just fine. Long story short, if your looking for greater vision on the mountain, than this is going to be the answer for you for most if not all of your snow needs.

    See EVERYTHING

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My favorite part about these goggles is how well you can see everything. I have never had a pair of goggles that I can see just about a full 180 degrees of vision without any frame or side obstructing my view.



    Oakley has consistently produced world class skiing and snowboarding goggles for years so their performance and style is really no surprise to me. I went with the black and Hi Pink Prizm lens options. I would HIGHLY recommend having at least two lenses to swap in and out depending on what kind of day on the mountain it is (storm day v. blue bird).



    These are a large frame so if you aren't comfortable in large frame glasses or have a slightly large face size, I would size down to the XM's.



    Questions on lens options, whether you need to go with the flight decks or flight deck XM's? Hit me up and I'll get you dialed in.

    See EVERYTHING

    Girlfriend is Stoked

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I gave these to my girlfriend as a gift and she is loving them. She reports they are comfy and the vision is great with the prizm lens.

    They look great too, she's relatively small so they are definitely pushing the limits of being too big for her, but they work. Great thing is they fit me too, so I can steal them when she isn't riding :)

    I'm assuming quality will be great considering I still use my Oakley Crowbars that are going on 5 seasons old and going strong.

    Super Sick!

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

    The flight deck is one of the largest frame goggles on the market, you get a very large field of view. Not only that you get a fantastic lens with Prizm technology for color clarity and reduced glare. The flight deck looks great and performs great, the only reason this gets 4 stars is because changing lenses isn't very easy, other than that these goggles are super sick!

    How to change lenses

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It took me a few tries to understand how to pop out the lenses on these goggles and get them back in. The lens and the frame fit together like a zip lock bag with little tabs. Just follow the steps below.

    Step 1: Grab the goggle by the outside of the lens

    Step 2: Pop out the tab at the top of the goggle right above the Oakley logo by gently pulling up on the rubber tab at the top of the frame

    Step 3: Work your way around the outside of the goggle, carefully popping out the tabs, finishing with the last tab in the center of the nose bridge.

    Step 4: To reinsert the lens just reverse the process. start with the center of the nose bridge and work your way around, making sure all tabs click into place for a flush fit, finishing with the top tab.

    Oakley Flight Deck with PRIZM Lens

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Holy crap! These are, hands down, the best goggle on the market. I rode in full sun, shade and flat light. I lifted them from my eyes to see what difference they made. I knew the flat light was being filtered, but not like I thought. It was like night and day. I am so happy I have these in my possession.

    F3 Anti-Fog Coating

      It is stated that the F3 anti-fog coating is "permanent". However, I must say this is not entirely true. More like semi-permanent. It is NOT recommended you wipe the inner lens as the coating can be removed. However, if you always let them air dry, then the coating will remain intact. Good thing to keep in mind! Although the new Prizm technology may be fantastic for depth perception on snow, I would go with a Smith Optics goggle featuring the 5X anti-fog inner lens technology. This coating is in between the lenses so you won't be able to wipe it off. Granted touching your lens is never suggested. Hope this helps! Personally, I would go with the Smith I/O 7 or the Smith Vice goggles. But again, that's why a review is just an opinion ;)

      Lens selection

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

      I was trying to figure out whether the Prizm Jade or Torch Iridium lens would be more flexible for lower light conditions - aside from getting the Rose lens. I tried both and the Torch Iridium lens was clearly better for lower light conditions. The Prizm Jade lens was noticeably darker. The Oakley website isn't clear about this and even the salesman in the Oakley store got this backwards.

      I bought these goggles to replace my Smith I/O which I could never really get comfortable on my face. I was thinking about the Smith I/OX but didn't bother at the end of the day when I came across the new Prizm lens. These goggles are huge however I'll take that over tunnel vision.

      I have this with the Factory Pilot Fire Red strap which is pretty sweet with the raised Oakley logo that has the rubber texture.

      I wear a Smith Vantage helmet. These Oakley's are a bit more rounded at the top so they don't sit flush against the helmet. I don't expect this will be a big deal since I wear a balaclava anyway. Looking forward to using these next week!

      Hey William,
      I've been trying to get a good answer from several people at Oakley and at the Oakley stores. Seems everyone has a different answer but I also wanted to find out if there was a difference between the Jade, Torch and Sapphire. They have all 3 categorized in the same VLT percentage but when I was at the store an looked through them they do seem a little different. The Torch seemed a little lighter to look through than the others. A couple of people said they preferred te Jade but like you said it's probably darker. What's your take?

      Best pair of goggles I have ever bought

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love these and used them all last season the rose Prizm in low light is incredible. Just picked up a second pair this year with the sapphire Prizm lense I'm stoked to try them. You won't regret buying this or any other Oakley product.

      Best pair of goggles I have ever bought

      Unbelievable clarity

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

      I own the Sapphire Irridium prizm lenses, and the color has been great for overcast and bluebird days this season. I love oversized goggles having previously owned the VonZipper Fish Bowls, and these offer the same amazing wide viewing range. The foam they use on these goggles make them the most comfortable ones I've ever worn.

      Unbelievable clarity

      Changer of games

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the Rose lens and it's just incredible, I've always been a big fan of the Hi Yellow lens for flat light but these make HI Yellow look like you have your eyes closed. Just because I'm a geek I switched goggles with my wife who had a HI yellow lens, we both did back to back runs in a blizzard with HI yellow and Rose Prizm to compare. The difference was crazy. I had to fight to get mine back. Rose is also fine in all but the most sunny days. Finally the Flight deck as a goggle is great too you really do have a wide field of vision and the frame is barely noticeable, other goggles make you feel like you are in a tunnel after using these.

      if you see them in stock, pick up a pair

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      worth every penny. the range in depth you can see on the snow with the prizim lenses is incredible - the jade iridium work great in very condition.

      Best Goggle Setup I've Owned

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the Matte Black frames with Prizm Rose lenses. The amount of clarity in low light situations is astonishing with these lenses. Even in full whiteout, above treeline, I am able to confidently see my line. The only downside I've encountered is that the Prizm Black and Prizm Jade replacement lenses are back ordered everywhere I look. Thus, I have been forced to use the Prizm Rose lenses on bluebird days. While I am still able to see great, my eyes get a little worn out toward the end of the day. Regardless, if you like storm skiing, then you need these lenses.

      Best Goggle Setup I've Owned

      So I'm this close to buying these awesome goggles but my only fear is that they won't fit with my helmet. The thing is that there isn't a shop nearby where I can test these goggles.
      Does anyone have any experience with the helmet compatibility of these goggles?

      What is the difference between the Sapphire Iridium prizm, Jade Iridium prizm and Torch Iridium prizm lenses? Thx!

      what's the difference between the xm and the prizm???

      The XM refers to size and the Prizim refers to the lense. The XM is new for the 2015-16 season and features a slightly smaller lense and frame, while the Prizim refers to Oakley's high definition lense. With this being said there is a Prizim XM, it all comes down to preference.

      Can women wear this or not?

      Are the jade iridium coming back in stock with the black strap

      Has anyone tried the asian fit? I ordered the standards and the curvature of the lenses was too much for my asian face. I didn't realize they had an asian fit until after purchasing.. but would like to know if anyone has tried them before I go through the ordering/return process again.



      Thanks,

      Is the Prizm replacement lenses compatible with the original Flight Deck goggle or does one have to buy the Prizm Flight Deck goggle?

      when will backcountry have the Flight Deck with Prizm Jade Iridium lens?

      I am seeing that the SKU was created, but it looks like none have been sold and we have none on order. Usually that means that the item was on order, but was removed for some reason - typically because the vendor was unable to fulfill.

      We DO have the Prizm Jade Iridium replacement lens on order! You could grab a Flight Deck with another lens you like and then get the Jade and use them interchangeably.

      Those should arrive within the next few weeks!