- Price: £153
- Lens: Prizm
- System: Ridgelock EV
Why we chose the Oakley Flight Path XL Snowboard Goggles: Oakley’s top engineers teamed up with some of the world’s best racers, including Norwegian Super G champ Aleksander Kilde to make sure that no matter the conditions, you won’t be left wanting with the Flight Path.
The Flight Path was released last season to rave reviews, an amalgamation of new concepts and tried and tested Oakley tech make it one of the hottest goggles on the market, this is your brand-new widescreen TV for the mountain, and it’s comes equipped with full high-definition capabilities.
At its core the Flight Path is a goggle for aggressive alpine riders or those who’d really make the most of the extended upper FOV, but thanks to the incredible adaptability of Prizm lenses, there isn’t a rider out there who won’t be able to reap the benefits from a pair.
“At its core the Flight Path is a goggle for aggressive alpine riders”
Who Are The Oakley Flight Path XL For?
For some, riding fast is a way of life, and if you’re the kind of snowboarder who prioritises agility, makes a beeline for technical descents and goes hell for leather trying to break the land speed record every time you strap in then, then you’ve got to be able to react to external stimuli at the drop of a hat. Being able to see what’s ahead of you and scout your line with confidence requires a goggle that allows you to see as much of the mountain as possible with the best possible visuals. Introducing the Oakley Flight Path.