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If you answered B., we'll put the Dumbass Hat back in the closet.

Q: What do you do when the light changes but the pow is still nipple-deep?
  • A. Shell out another $150 for a second pair of Oakley Splice Goggles at the resort ski shop
  • B. Pull out the Oakley Splice Replacement Lenses you were smart enough to pick up when you bought your goggles, and change up your tint

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which can i use for cloudy days ?

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which can i use for cloudy days ?

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Rose and Black Rose Iridium would be the best lenses in stock for low light days.

I would also like to know the VLT on the...

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I would also like to know the VLT on the Rose lens listed. Cannot find it after extensive research. Is the name correct? Thanks!

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Hey Gjk,
The VLT on the rose lens comes in at 57%. It makes the lens an ideal all around lens similar to a persimmon lens. The lens should work well in low light and still will block some rays on the sunny days too. This lens is great for most days except for the super low light or extremely sunny days where it either will be slightly dark or too light.

With the Rose lenses they have listed,...

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With the Rose lenses they have listed, what is the VLT on it, it doesn't show that color on chart, or at least I don't see it?

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Hey Motorcity Madman,
The VLT on this is 57%. Trust me you are seeing the chart right, this lens option was not listed. We will work to get a more updated list posted. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

Any chance of you shipping to Sweden?

Best...

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Any chance of you shipping to Sweden?

Best regards,

Charles

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Charles,
This is a sad story indeed, but Oakley is one of those brands we are not allowed to ship outside of the United States because of trade restrictions. Trust me, we wish it were otherwise.

Many international customers deal with these restrictions by shipping to locations within the US and then arranging for further shipping themselves. If you have specific questions about how to ship certain brands to Sweden or another international location, please contact our Gearhead crew by phone or chat.

I'm an east coast rider and will be traveling...

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I'm an east coast rider and will be traveling out west to Park City soon. I currently have the fire iridium lens (not polarized). Which, if any, might be a better option for those blue birds out west?

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The dark Grey Polarized or the Black Iridium Oakley Splice Replacement Lenses would both be excellent options for brighter conditions, and would complement well the fire iridium lenses you already own.

4 5

Black Iridium Lens

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are a great lens for someone who doesn't want to buy two lenses. Riding in the east cost i didn't need two lenses so these were a perfect universal for sun and overcast.

how you know if the lens is mirror ?? (...

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how you know if the lens is mirror ?? ( dont see the eyes )

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Oakley calls their "mirror" lenses "iridium" lenses - although some colors are more reflective than others. I'd recommend Emerald Iridium, Fire Iridium, or Grey Iridium if you don't want people seeing your eyes. Blue Iridium, Pink Iridium, and Black Iridium are not as reflective as the Emerald, Fire, or Grey.

I've already got a Dark Grey lens and am...

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I've already got a Dark Grey lens and am looking to invest in one for those overcast days. I won't be doing any night riding. Which one should I get?

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Hey Haziq,

If you check out the size chart for goggles and lenses it lists the Visual Light Transmission (VLT) for each lens color. I would probably suggest the Persimmon lens as it allows for 61% light transmission compared to the 10% of your Dark Grey lens.

is the fire the same as the fire iridium?...

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is the fire the same as the fire iridium? or are they different?

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Fire Iridium (labeled "Fire" here) is not polarized. Fire Iridium Polarized (labeled "Fire Polarized" here) is polarized and costs more.

5 5

Great lens, but be very gentle with it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Excellent lens, very easy to change lenses out for changing conditions. Persimmon is perfect for your basic snow day with low light, but not completely overcast. As a reviewer mentions below, though, be very careful wiping away fog, water, debris....for some reason, the coating is very fragile and even if you're using a soft cloth (I was using a chamois from a different pair of goggles) you can very easily ruin the lens and get a big smudge across it. Only use the provided drawstring bag, and even then just dab it, don't wipe it.

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The coating really isn't that fragile as long as you don't wipe it when it's wet. The inside, if wet, will just smear, but it tells you that on the bag. The outside, I have found, is really robust, and after multiple falls on snow, wiping it with a glove and jacket, it still doesn't have scratches.

do the clear ones still have a UV protective...

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do the clear ones still have a UV protective coating?

do the clear ones still have a UV protective...

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do the clear ones still have a UV protective coating?

4 5

Don't touch the inside of the lens!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got a spec of something on the inside of my lens, and tried to wipe it off. A small smudge turned into a bigger smudge until the whole thing was just completely opaque. Great goggle otherwise, so 4 stars

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Make sure that if you ever need to touch the inside of your lens, which you should rarely, you only use the Oakley bag that came with them!

5 5

switch em out

I got the hi-intensity yellow for night/low-light days. I alternate with the fire mirror that came originally with them.
Easy to switch. great lens.

5 5

Quality

Got me a clear lens so I don't get mangled when its dark out. Same Oakley quality as always.

5 5

Hi-Intensity Persimmon Lens

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great lens, easy to swap out and great for cloudy days. Lights up the snow and allows you to easily distinguish changes in the snow.

So i have a pair of goggles and they have...

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So i have a pair of goggles and they have dark lenses i want the opposite of that what would i wanna go with?

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The H.I. Lenses listed above will give solid UV protection and diminish glare while not darkening your view so much that you lose the definition of the terrain.

So i have a pair of goggles and they have...

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So i have a pair of goggles and they have dark lenses i want the opposite of that what would i wanna go with?

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HI Yellow is the best all around low light lens.

so are all these lenses 48?

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so are all these lenses 48?

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Hey Harry,

No, use the "select options" drop down to see the prices of each variant.

I am getting oakley splices with persimmons...

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I am getting oakley splices with persimmons lenses, but i would like to know a good combination for those! If it helps, i go skiing mostly in Telluride, Colorado.

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That lens does best in flat to low light by increasing contrast and depth perception.

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