Year after year, Oakley snow goggles continue to improve the technology and design of their snow goggles. This year is no different with new introductions and color refreshes. There are many models to choose from but we wanted this guide to truly reflect the best of the best from Oakley.
Our Top Picks
If you want a more complete guide to Oakley snow goggles, we have an in-depth Oakley goggle guide. But for now, check out the video below to see what Sunglass Rob and Tyler have picked as the cream of the crop from Oakley this winter.
If you are looking for alternate fit options, all of these Oakley snow goggles are available in asian fit. Continue reading below to find out more about your new favorite snow goggle.
The Flight Deck boasts one of the most expansive views you can get out of a snow goggle. A rimless design and spherical lens let you make the most of you peripheral view so you don't miss a thing. With PRIZM lens technology, you can choose from a variety of lens types to enhance contrast in whatever conditions you will be in.
Flight Deck XM
The Flight Deck design is so great that it made it on to this list twice! The Flight Deck XM has a medium fit and is approximately 20% smaller than the Flight Deck but still has all the same features that have made it a hit. We have a comparison review if you want to know more about the differences between the Flight Deck and Flight Deck XM.
The ultimate peripheral view and a cylindrical lens give you the best of both worlds with the Line Miner. The goggle is designed so the lens sits in close proximity to your face. This way you don't have to sacrifice your peripheral view if you want the throwback style of a cylindrical lens.
Line Miner XM
If you like the style and performance value of the Line Miner but need more of a medium fit, the Line Miner XM is for you. Triple layer face foam lined with fleece, a silicon-ribbed strap, and PRIZM lens technology make this goggle a go-to for beginners and experienced riders alike.
Oakley Snow Goggles in Prescription Online at SportRx!
Did you know all of these Oakley goggles are available in prescription? Have any more questions about knowing what to look for when choosing a ski or snowboard goggle? If you have any remaining questions please contact us. We are more than happy to help you out with any of your prescription or non-prescription needs!
Best Oakley Snow Goggles for 2018
The 2018 winter season is around the corner, and we are here to inform you of the best Oakley snow goggles to date! Each of the following goggles comes with triple layer foam technology, which is made of microfiber, and simply is the softest and most comfortable technology that a goggle can have. They all have the dual shield lenses that reduce fogging, and contain a silicone strap to ensure that the goggles stay in place while you ride. Our optical experts, Rob and Tyler, talk in depth about the best Oakley snow goggle collection in our video below.
Oakley Goggles with PRIZM Lens Technology
Any of the amazing Oakley Snow goggles featured in our video above or blog below are available with PRIZM Lens Technology. Whats makes PRIZM lenses so great? Well, I am glad you asked! PRIZM is Oakley's proprietary lens technology and it works by fine tuning lenses for specific environments. In doing so, each lens is created differently to boost contrast and allow you to see like never before. If you need something to help you navigate the mountain on an overcast day, a lower tint lens like PRIZM Hi-Pink would be great. And if you need something for optimal protection on a sunny day, PRIZM Black Iridium is your new best friend. PRIZM lens tints that work great for all around conditions include Jade, Torch, and Sapphire. Continue on to take a closer look at some of our top Oakley Snow Goggles.
Oakley Flight Deck
The Oakley Flight Deck goggles are available in a couple different sizes, the original, and the XM (extra medium). The XM came out a few seasons ago and is the latest version of the Flight Deck series. It has the same technology as the original, but has a smaller fit. The lenses have a spherical shape, with a rimless look.
Oakley Airbrake XL
The Oakley Airbrake XL is the upgraded version of the Airbrake, and fits a large to extra large head. Some great features of these goggles include the switch lock system. This system makes it super easy to change lenses in and out. If you have trouble doing so, we have videos on our website. Also, these are the only pair of Oakley goggles that come with two lenses, one being for brighter conditions, and the other for lower light situations.
Oakley Line Miner
The Line Miner is a new model from Oakley. The main difference between the Line Miner and the Fall Line is the lenses. The Line Miner has taller lenses in comparison. One of the cool features of these goggles is the cylindrical design. This allows Oakley to bring the lenses closer to the face, which gives a wider field of view and better peripherals.
Oakley Fall Line
The Fall Line from Oakley is similar to the Line Miner design, with a couple of minor differences. The Fall Line lenses are shorter, but make up for their height with the rimless edges, which look a little cleaner.
Dealing with over the glasses goggles (OTG) is so...not even last season...it shouldn't even be a thing at all anymore. You can custom tailor your Oakley snow goggles to your prescription allowing nothing to hold you back on the slopes. As always, you can get prescription inserts for each of these goggles! All you have to do is contact SportRx and we will take care of the rest. Check out our website or give us a call!