Oakley Flight Deck M Snow Goggles

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Maximize your field of view with the rimless, toric frames of the Oakley Flight Deck M snow goggles, inspired by the helmet visors of fighter pilots and designed to fit midsize faces.

  • Features

    • Injection-molded Plutonite® lens material provides 100% protection against UVA, UVB and UVC rays
    • Styles with Prizm™ lens technology are designed to enhance color and contrast so you can see more detail
    • Optically correct Dual Lens with F3 antifog coating helps keep vision clear
    • Ridgelock Lens Change system makes changing lenses quick and easy with a complete seal to keep out harsh conditions
    • Discreet frame notches at the temples provide compatibility with most prescription eyewear
    • Flexible O Matter® chassis conforms to your face comfortably, even in extreme cold
    • Triple-layer face foam with moisture-wicking polar fleece lining provides all-day comfort
    • 50 mm wide adjustable strap with silicone lining offers a secure fit
    • Included soft goggles case replaces the paper and plastic used as packaging in the past; case is wrapped in a sleeve to add structural integrity
    • Microbag included for storage and lens cleaning
    • Meets impact requirements based on ANSI Z87.1 and EN 166 standards


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    UV Protection

    100 percent

    Light Transmission

    CLEAR: 65 percent

    GARNET: 19 percent





    Lens Shape


    Bridge Fit

    Standard Bridge Fit

    Frame Size

    CLEAR: Medium

    GARNET: Medium

    Helmet Compatible


    Eyewear Compatible


    Interchangeable Lenses


    Additional Lenses Included




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