Flight Deck XM Snow Goggle 2021

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Product Description

Oakley's most popular goggle, the Oakley Flight Deck XM Goggle 2021 is the scaled down version of the Flight Deck for people with slightly smaller faces and do not like the oversized look. With Oakley's Prizm Spherical lens quality and its frameless design, the Flight Deck offers distortion free vision and an unrivalled field of vision. 


The revolutionary Prizm lens technology dramatically enhances contrast and visibility over a wide range of light conditions. The lenses are also highly impact resistant to keep your eyes extra safe. The Flight Deck XM is also 'OTG' (Over the Glass) compatible catering for people who need to Ski and Board with Prescription Eyewear. 


Looking for Asian Fit? Oakley have introduced Global Fit for 2021, ideal to cater to all facial/nose bridge shapes and sizes with the one goggle for Asian Fit and Standard fit. No need to differentiate!

  • Prizm Technology Global Fit 
  • Frameless Lens Design 
  • Optically Correct Spherical Lens Technology 
  • Ridgelock Technology Rigid Lens Carrier w/ Flexible O Matter Frame 
  • Foam: Triple Layer face foam 
  • Frame Size: Medium – Large Fit 
  • Anti-Fog: F3 Anti-Fog Coating 
  • Helmet Compatible: Yes 
  • Over the Glasses: Yes 
  • UV Protection: Blocks 100% of UVA, UVB & UVC rays and harmful blue light up to 400 nm.
About Oakley

Oakley is an iconic sportswear, equipment and eyewear brand - chances are you’ve heard of them. They’ve been going since 1975, when the company’s founder was selling motorcycle grips out the back of his garage. Since then, they’ve grown into a global powerhouse. Oakley eyewear is the first choice for a huge number of pro athletes, enthusiasts and beginners alike.

Oakley’s snow gear, goggles and helmets are made with amazing attention to detail, ensuring that you’ll be safe and protected when you’re out enjoying the cold. With cutting edge technology, expert design and fashion forward styles, there’s nothing not to love.

Whether you’re a die-hard boarder, a casual skier or maybe you’re stepping out onto the slopes for the very first time, Oakley is your spot for perfect goggles and protective gear.

Shipping & Returns
Australian shipping:

We offer Free Standard Shipping Australia Wide for all orders over $99. We will use the most efficient shipping method available to your area with most items being shipped within 48 hours.

Please note, we no longer accept shipments to Parcel Lockers unless paid for using PayPal, Zip Pay, or Bank Deposit.

Standard Shipping: ETA (from date of shipment)

Metro areas

2-3 business days

Regional areas

3-5 business days

Bulky Items

Up to 7 business days

Express Shipping*: ETA (from date of shipment)

Metro areas

1-2 business days

Regional areas

2-3 business days

New Zealand Shipping:
  • New Zealand orders will carry a $25 shipping charge per item.

  • We cannot ship bulky items, hardware, Burton, Anon, or POC products. We apologise for any inconvenience.
  • Customers are responsible for VAT.
  • Estimate delivery 7-14 business days.

Returns Policy:
  • Online purchases can be returned for refund or exchange within 30 days from the original purchase date.
  • In-store purchases can be returned for exchange or store credit within 14 days from the original purchase date.
  • Items must be presented in their original, unworn, unused, re-sellable condition with product tags attached.
  • Products sealed for hygiene reasons (e.g. swimwear, underwear, watches, and jewellery) must have seals intact.
  • Proof of purchase is required
  • Drill-mounted skis purchased in store or online are not accepted for refund/return.
  • The return shipping costs are not covered by us, unless there was a shipment error.

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    01 Oct 2022
    Nicolas H.
    Australia Australia


    TLDR: Superb optics and comfort. Terrible lens changing. Enjoyed using during a week in Thredbo in mid-Aug. I bought the Oakley *********** XM 2021 Jasmine Grenache Camo with PRIZM Torch Iridium 17% VLT lens. Love the pink colour palette. I haven't skied in 10 years so accidentally went down a goggle tech rabbit hole and ended up also owning a pair of Anon M2 2022 goggles. I'll add comparison notes, mainly for catharsis after holding all this wisdom within. I'm relatively light-sensitive. Comparing side-by-side and taking into consideration the differences in VLT, the Anon M2s have more optical anomalies esp. lens ******************************************************************************************************************************************* with either. If pushed, the material differences would be somewhat better recognition of terrain contours and less eye fatigue from the Oakley PRIZM lenses after a long day. Comfort-wise, the Oakleys were superb with generous, soft foam padding perfect for my delicate face. I have a 55 cm circumference noggin with a high nasal bridge and high cheek bones. While the Anons were very comfortable too, I think the Oakleys would be better right through to the end of a long day. I didn't get hotspots from either and really would be happy with either. I found the Oakleys' lens changing unacceptably slow and fiddly, especially since I couldn't do it without risking rubbing the insides of the lenses with my peanut butter fingers. I almost returned the goggles because of this after my first lens-changing tribulation but they would definitely have be considered used! A good workaround was to take the lens off while keeping the goggles in their bag. The Anons' lens magnet-based changing system was so much easier and faster! I found myself fitting the Oakley lenses in the mornings in my room before heading out, choosing the lens according to the weather forecast, then switching to my Anons and changing their lenses (effortlessly!) as conditions changed while on the lifts. Anon lenses: Perceive Variable Green 22% VLT and Perceive Cloudy Pink 53% VLT. My other Oakley lens was the PRIZM Persimmon 46% VLT whose rendition esp. contrast is exceptional; my fav. Yes, I've massively overcooked all this, but it ended up being perfectly manageable and I was prepared for any light: during my trip I experienced highly variable conditions. All made possible by packing the other goggles and spare Anon lens in the wonderfully compact and comfortable Osprey Glade 5. To my eyes, marginally greater field of view compared to the Anons M2s. Was tempted to get XL but so glad I didn't as comparing with a mate's, they were too big and the XMs fit my face and generic rental helmet perfectly. He has a big noggin, craves depth of field and owns a matching helmet so XL works for him. While I tend to baby my gear so didn't trash it, I could tell the build quality was excellent (as was that of the Anons). As an side, buy a Gogglesoc! They saved my goggles many times during rest breaks when they slipped off my helmet or my helmet rolled with them on, reminiscent of 'peanut buttered toast fallen on the floor face down yet again' situations. I skied front of mountain only and didn't exert myself too much, sticking to green and blue runs, so the only time I experienced fogging was because my face mask was awry. This was never an issue with the Anons because I had an MFI face mask fitted. Anon's MFI system really is superb. If you can, try before you buy! I got really lucky with the Oakleys as they fit perfectly without trying them first. By contrast, I tried on Smith I/O Mag 2022s (S, M and L!) and they all left a surprisingly large gap midway down my perfect nose! (I got to try the Anons before I bought). I love the two-goggle setup. I just hope the foam on the goggles last long enough to really get use out of both of them to justify the extravagance. Thanks for making it to the end!