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A gender-specific fit is one of many shred-worthy features included in the Oakley Stockholm Goggle, inspired by one of the all-time park queens, Gretchen Bleiler.

  • Oakley’s patented XYZ OPTICS and a unique feminine frame geometry make this goggle all but custom fit for you
  • Dual vented lenses with F3 anti-fog technology keep your vision clear whether you’re clearing vert or bombing into terrain
  • Impact resistance and UV filtering round out a sexy and smart eyepiece worthy of the gnarliest shred session

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3 5

Cute, but wouldn't attach to helmet

These are great goggles, but the plastic buckle on the strap made it impossible to slide it under the clip on the back of my helmet :( sad I have to return them, but I hate when my goggles slide off my helmet.

4 5

Love the goggles, didn't fit with my helmet

I've been using the same unisex Smith goggles for years (you can tell by all the scratches), and decided to take advantage of the end of season sales to replace them. Purchased the persimmon lenses for all-around use, as the amber goggles I've been using are a bit too much for anything but very sunny days. I've never tried Oakley goggles before.

Looks: love the not super girly graphic, and the shape-- much more flattering than my old goggles!

Lenses: The persimmon lenses would be great for afternoons when the sun starts going behind the mountain or on an overcast day. Exactly what I'm looking for.

Fit: Very comfortable, with a lower profile fit than my unisex goggles. However, the top isn't rounded enough to fit flush into my helmet (a pretty basic unisex RED helmet from several years back), so there was a gap on my forehead.

The verdict: I definitely want to find a goggle that is more compatible with my helmet, which I won't ride without. Sent back to try a different style.

Are these lenses polarized? It says...

Are these lenses polarized? It says optional?