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Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Sunglasses


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Why We Like The Flight Jacket Prizm Sunglasses

We see the road ahead like never before with the incredibly aerodynamic Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Sunglasses. Whether we're cycling, running, or just trying to stay fast in the outdoors, these speed shades keep us at the front of the pack with optimal visual acuity thanks to the groundbreaking Prizm lenses.

Prizm technology works by controlling light transmission and finely tuning the colors to match your environment, resulting in sharper optical acuity and increased vividness of the details around you. Oakley staples such as the Three-Point fit and no-slip Unobtanium nose and temple pads ensure a comfortable, snug fit that keeps these sunglasses in place, even when wet, while the interchangeable temple lengths help you stay safe by accommodating different helmet sizes.

  • Racing sunglasses built for speed and visual acuity
  • Prizm lens tech enhances color details, acuity, and contrast
  • O-Matter frame is as lightweight as it is tough
  • Advancer nosebridge adjusts for airflow and speed
  • Unobtanium nosepads and temples grip even in wet weather
  • Open-edge brow maximizes upper field of view
  • Included microfiber bag offers safe storage
  • Item #OAK01PS

O Matter
Nose/Temple Pads
Case Included
yes, microfiber bag
Face Size
Frame Dimensions
[width/temple] 137 / 136mm
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
cycling, running, training, hiking, casual

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Love these

I've put it through the wringer

These rarely collect any sweat as the frameless top means no plastic molding to contact my eyebrows and wick the sweat onto the lens. Sweat runs instead as intended down the side of my face. On prolonged hot sweaty climbs I will still put these up on my helmet and the ear pieces work fine in terms of stashing them into the vents to get them out of the way. Often I just leave them on when climbing as they don't fog or collect sweat. I use these on and off road and I wear a cap under my helmet always. The top of the lens is just in line with the front of the bill on my caps so that is nice. I keep the nose piece in the "open" position which keeps them a little off the face - it looks from other reviews like some folks run it both open and closed but I have never closed down the nose piece and see no reason to do so. I have the jade prism lens, which is good so far in SoCal for anything from mornings with some marine layer to bright sun.

>Rating: 5

Great looking

I've used it several times

I purchased the low-light lenses, because I really just needed glasses to keep the wind out of my eyes. These do just that, & give you that ol' pro look, too, which is cool lol.

>Rating: 5

Simply awesome

I've put it through the wringer

My main issue with sunglasses espically on the MTB is that I sweat a LOT, which means I always have an issue of sweat dripping on the lens. These fit in such a way that I rarely have an issue. The bonus with these is it is also one of the few sunglasses that fit with my Bell Super DH helmet. So if you have made it to these you have most likely looked at a bunch of other glasses and it's tough to find a pair and once you do it's hard to justify the price. YIKES Put your mind at ease the Prizm lens technology really opens your eyes literally. I find myself squinting less and when out on my fat bike it did notice a bit of fogging and in that moment you simply push that nose piece to pull the glasses away from your face and like magic no fog. I would recommend these to any of my riding buddies. I ended up getting the everyday lens, as I found out in the open desert area the trail lens was a bit to bright for my blue eyes.

>Rating: 5

Progression, Oakley

I've put it through the wringer

I would've given my Jawbreakers a 5 star review, so I have to give these glasses a 5 star review also. This is despite some initial disappointment. Better field of view and ventilation but I was fairly surprised at how easily I was able to fog these guys up regardless of that increased ventilation. The advancer is gimmicky, but I oblige and use it for slow climbs and times when the glasses start to fog. I haven't rode with my jawbreakers since getting these. My only hesitation is the lens swap. . . will never be easier than the jawbreaker. The looks aren't better or worse than the jawbreaker in my opinion and you cant beat the build or peace of mind wearing a pair of oakleys on the road.

Do you mind my asking how easy the lens swap really is in practice? I'm planning on doing it about once per day for my commute (clear lens for the darkness of early morning and Prizm road for afternoon).

>Rating: 5

Seemed gimmicky, but I like it!

I was a bit skeptical when I first tried the Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm sunglasses because the nose-piece lever seemed a bit gimmicky, but I actually found that I use it ... a lot. Most of my riding is mountain bike in the mountains around Park City, which means I spend a lot of time between 4-6 miles / hour. This can cause sweat to drip down onto my sunglasses, but the Prizm's solve that with a quick flick of the nose piece that moves the lens away from your face (but still keeps it close enough for sun protection. I've used them heavily this season with no issues, but we'll see whether they are durable enough for multiple years of use. Like with other Oakley's, the lens quality is also very high.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Dork Glasses For Mountain Biking

I've used it several times

I lost my Radar Path EV Trail Prizm glasses this spring that I had been riding with for around 4 years. I had been debating these, Jawbreakers, and the Field Jackets with the Trail Prizm lens. The lens is fantastic for every day use. I do a lot of evening rides in the trees, so I can't stand using a dark lens sunglass. These glasses are awesome for lighting up the view in the evening, and are also great on a sunny day. I haven't used the nose bridge clip for anti-fog yet, because I haven't needed to. The field of vision is fantastic, I can't see any of the frame at all when I'm riding. Would definitely recommend these glasses for those who are picky about their riding eyeware.

Hey there! Is it difficult to swap between different lenses on the Flight Jackets? I need to do so about once-twice per workday for my commute (clear to Prizm Road). Thanks!