- Price: £107-£147
- Lens: Cylindrical
- System: Classic
Why We Chose The Oakley Line Miner Goggles: We love the slightly nostalgic aesthetic, but it’s been suped up with all the modern tech.
The Oakley 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. 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 damn good.
“Oakley isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel here, but they’re going back to basics in the best way possible”
Who Are The Oakley Line Miner 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 or a pumpkin head.