Oakley Line Miner Snow Goggles 2022-2023
2023 is the year of the Liner Miner renaissance. A low profile goggle that’s built a name for itself with superior peripheral vision, with a slew of signature colour ways and some serious pro endorsement, this is easily one of the most popular goggles you’ll see for this coming winter. Everyone from Mark McMorris to Ståle Sandbech is jumping on the Line Miner hype train, and for good reason – they do the job well, they make the most of some of Oakley’s best tech and, let’s face it, they look pretty good too.
Who Are the Oakley Line Miner Goggles For?
A wider field of view and downward vision can benefit any rider, but we think it’s well suited for those into freestyle who’ll be more likely to spend time glancing around to scout landings. Fit-wise they’re standard with a wide option, but also three different frame sizes, so you should be able to get on well here regardless of if you’ve got a peanut head or a pumpkin head.
Oakley Flight Deck Snow Goggles 2022-2023
A true classic. If you’ve ever bought a pair of goggles, there’s no doubt you’ll have heard of the Flight Deck. They were originally inspired by the helmet visors worn by fighter pilots – and it really shows. Expect seriously good peripheral vision, thanks to the rimless frames and Prizm lenses; allowing you to easily spot all the best lines and features on the mountain. Plus, what’s more, the ridgelock lens change system is one of the easiest out there – just push on the button to pop the lenses out. It’s that simple. Just don’t leave them lying around a bar during après; they won’t hang around for long.
Oakley Mod1 Pro Helmet 2022-2023
Ready to ramp things up a notch? Oakley’s Pro model retains the classic style of the original Mod1. Think slimline vents, earthy colourways, and no extraneous bells-and-whistles. However, with the Pro, they’ve lobbed in a few extra features, most notably, the heavy-duty shell. This outer layer is made with super tough Dura-Matter, the most hard-wearing material in Oakley’s range. It boasts top ding and dent resistance, designed to combat any spills, crashes or – let’s be honest – drops on the floor of the après bar. Combine this with the MIPS technology and you’ve got a helmet that’s well-suited to the park.