Why we chose the Oakley Flight Tracker: Excellent multi-directional field-of-view, the benefits of Prizm Lens Technology and great frame venting
We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again, we’ll say it until we’re blue in the face. Oakley knows what they’re doing when it comes to ski goggles. On this note we have, of course, included the Oakley Line Miner in our Ski 100. As you can see, we’re also including the equally good Oakley Flight Tracker. The Oakley Flight Tracker is a real ‘the mountain is your oyster, so get stuck in’ bit of eyewear. It opens up the possibilities on offer and, maybe (just maybe), will make you question how you ever skied without them. A chance to see the mountains in a whole new way? Yes, something like that.
Inspired by Oakley’s first oversized snowsports goggle, the Canopy, the new Flight Tracker has a classic, stylised, shape with an oversized full-rim toric design and excellent field-of-view in all directions. Available in different sizes and engineered to integrate well with most ski helmets, there’s a sense from the minute you first get to grips with it that the Oakley Flight Tracker is made for helping everyone to see everything.
“The Oakley Flight Tracker is made for helping everyone to see everything”
The goggles are OTG Compatible, and come with discrete frame notches at the temples that mean they’ll function well with the majority of prescription eyewear products. Speaking of visibility and ‘being able to see’, the Flight Tracker has a low-profile frame design. In layman’s terms, this essentially means there’s far less ‘goggle-ness’ blocking your view of the world around you. This low-profile frame design is also what helps to make it more functional with a greater variety of helmets.