Oakley is a recognized brand in the field of winter sports. Specializing in ski goggles and goggles, Oakley equipment will provide you with the sun protection you need in the mountains. In order to offer you the best Oakley goggles at unbeatable prices, Precision Ski has selected many models for you.
In addition to giving you, the skier, a sporty style that's second to none, the Oakley goggle protects your eyes from wind, cold snow, humidity and light. The Oakley goggle is not an accessory you can do without, quite the contrary. It's designed entirely to protect your eyes from the sometimes harsh mountain weather.
Since 1975, Oakley has been supplying the most demanding skiers with ski goggles. What makes Oakley the brand of choice for top athletes is undoubtedly the innovation and technology that the helmet shows. Forerunner in the field of polarizing glass and panoramic screen, Oakley offers you goggles that allow you to ski the mountain with complete peace of mind, whatever your level of skiing.
The particularity of Oakley is that in addition to perfectly filtering UVA, UVB and UVC rays, all the ski goggles of the brand are equipped with two screens separated by an air gap, which limits the formation of mist. They are also equipped with an efficient natural ventilation system that can easily evacuate hot air. Oakley ski goggles offer you a wider vision and unquestionable comfort, thanks to the integration of top-of-the-range technology.
Have you ever skied down the slopes without an Oakley Goggle? If you have, you'll remember the inconvenience of not wearing one. The icy wind that attacks your eyes and prevents you from seeing in front of you properly, the flakes that force you to close your eyes, and the brightness that blinds you. The sun's reverberation is still the most important factor that makes you want to wear a ski mask. In order to face all these bad weather conditions and to protect your eyes correctly, it is essential to have a good quality goggle. To do this, Precision Ski strongly recommends that you opt for an Oakley ski goggle.
Different lenses, multiple tints, a variety of models: Précision Ski relies on the diversity of its products to satisfy you. Men, women and children can get Oakley accessories and protections. Choosing Oakley protection means choosing top-of-the-range equipment that will allow young and old alike to fully enjoy their skiing trip. Goggles adapted to fog, sun, cloudy weather, and designed for many mountain sports, you'll understand: Précision Ski has everything you need!
Essential accessory to ski down the slopes without being hindered by reverberation, the ski goggle prevents you from being attacked by bad weather such as rain, wind, snowflakes, or even light
To enjoy the joys of skiing, it is therefore necessary to equip yourself with a ski goggle that is perfectly adapted to your use, your level of skiing and your style. This is why Precision Ski strongly advises you to opt for an Oakley ski goggle.
Inspired by the helmet visors of fighter pilots, the Oakley FLIGHT DECK ski goggle is the flagship model of the brand. It offers unparalleled sensations in terms of comfort and visibility. Indeed, the frame is hidden behind an imposing screen, which allows it to perfectly fit the curves of your face. Its hypoallergenic triple density foam provides you with great comfort.
The lenses are interchangeable, so you can adapt to the weather and light conditions. Its design without rimming also allows it to be compatible with many helmet models and the notches at the temples give you the possibility to wear your corrective glasses
This range of ski goggles is a real revolution in the world of optics. The Oakley ski goggle with PRIZM lenses dramatically increases contrast and visibility to give you unprecedented control of light transmission, resulting in unparalleled vision quality. This technology is the result of several years of scientific research and is now approved by the greatest professional skiers such as the American Olympic champion Lyndsey Vonn, or the number one in the slalom discipline, the Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen.