Oakley Flight Path XL Black Celeste Prizm Hi Pink Iridium
- Gender : unisex
- Part Number : 0OO7110
- Product Dimensions : 11 x 9 x 13 inches
- Size : Large
- Weight : 0.34 kg
- Brand : Oakley
- Product Code: Oakley
- Availability: In Stock (7 Available)
- Prizm Snow is Oakley’s exclusive lens technology that’s engineered to help you see contrast on the mountain in a variety of challenging light and snow conditions.
- When used in racing disciplines, the semi-rim frame is designed to absorb and protect against the impacts of gate slap and provides a dampening effect when contacting the helmet. The semi-rim design is also streamlined for uninterrupted airflow and reduced drag.
- As an evolution of Ridgelock, we created an extended field-of-view (FOV) by hiding the inner lens gasket within the frame and creating unobstructed visibility throughout the lens. This results in 19% greater overall FOV and a massive 35% improvement in upward FOV (when compared to original Canopy).
- Optically correct injection-molded dual Plutonite lens material with F3 Anti-fog coating that meets high impact requirements based on ANSI Z87.1 and EN 166 standards, and provides 100% protection against UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400nm
- All-day comfort of triple-layer face foam with moisture wicking polar fleece lining, a wide 50mm wide adjustable strap with silicone lining for a more secure fit, and discreet frame notches at temples that provide compaibility with most prescription eyewear
When flying down the hill at 70mph you need to be able to see everything possible to find your winning line, but also in order to stay safe in doing so. Which is why ”enhanced vision” was the driving factor for the new Flight Path snow goggle. Developed in conjunction with Super G World Champion Aleksander Kilde of Norway, Flight Path is Oakley’s next premier snow goggle that holds up to the high demands of the world’s best athletes for use on any mountain. The XL size maximizes field of view at all angles, and the new Ridgelock EV lens construction leads to greater upward visibility, allowing for an unobstructed viewing area when in an aggressive skiing position.