Just because the spring sun bakes the snow doesn't mean you switch to golf. The breathable Oakley Factory Pilot Splice Goggle protects your eyes and enhances your vision, which lets you ski until all of the mountains' snow melts away in June. Top vents guard against fogging, a patented O-Flow Arch welcomes fresh air inside to keep you cool as the sun softens the park snow into perfection, and the slimmer frame design boosts visibility while you look down at landings.
- Tough dual Plutonite lenses block out 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue rays while the XYZ Optics and spherical shape prevents distortion and enhances vision
- Low-profile, flexible O Matter frame yields a durable but form-fitting design
- O-Flow Arch doesn't clamp down on your nose—instead, it enables easy breathing and comfort throughout your spring sessions
- Medium fit works for most face sizes
- Helmet-compatible design fits with your brain bucket
- Three-layer fleece foam liner is soft and smooth on your face and dries quickly after you rag-doll for a hundred yards
- Top vents, dual lens design, and F3 Fog Technology prevent interior condensation during hikes and after falls
- Silicone-coated strap grip secures the goggle to your helmet or hat
- Rigid O Matter strap outriggers let you fine-tune the fit to your helmet or helmet-free head
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What does the FACTORY PILOT mean? Are...
What does the FACTORY PILOT mean? Are these different from other oakley splice goggles?
They're the same Splice goggles, just a different aesthetic. Back in the day, Oakley's claim to fame was the "Factory Pilot" sunglasses. Look them up online. I'm sure you've seen them before. These goggles simply replicate the style on things like the band, colors, retro logos, etc.
I have the Nightrider ones, they are SICK. I love the fire iridium and flat black, and the vintage logo is very unique.
Got a pair of the fire-iridium goggles and have used them just a few times to date. The goggle looks pretty slick with a grippy elastic strap. The clarity of the lense is really clear, probably the best lenses I have ever had in a goggle. They are very breathable with plenty of ventilation. The fire-iridum lense is really only suitable for a sunny days and I found it a little difficult to make out the terrain when things got cloudy. One other issue was the general shape of the goggle. It fit my face perfectly but I felt like I had blinders on sometimes as the goggle extends so far out from my face, you feel like you can't see as well to your feet or to the sides. This can be a little disconcerting in the trees or on a slope full of people.
I ended up cracking the lense but Oakley replaced that free of charge.