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Feeling pressured? Could be your goggles. The Oakley Splice combines patented, distortion-free XYZ Optics with a pressure-eliminating frame design to help you breathe, see, and perform better than ever. Until now, most goggles have relied on the classic 'raccoon-eyes' frame shape that accommodates a range of face and nose shapes, but that can create unwanted pressure on the nose bridge, restricting breathing and causing discomfort. To eliminate this, Oakley's team of learning computers designed a frame that arches completely over the nose, using your cheekbones for support and filling the gap with super-soft triple-density face foam. The result, in short, is a super-comfortable goggle that maintains all the amazing range of vision and clarity you expect from Oakley. But don't believe the hype; try them and find out for yourself.

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  • Flexible O-Matter frame remains pliable in any temperature
  • F3 Anti-fog coating eliminates the steam-room cloud
  • Outrigger strap mounts distribute strap pressure evenly to the face with or without a helmet
  • New for 2010/11: integrated attachment points for Oakley Splice Bandito removable face mask
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Awesome goggles!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I owned the Crowbar's for years and switched over to the Splice's because I liked the style a little more. Both pairs are awesome, but I absolutely love these.

They hug your face super tight allowing now wind to get into your eyes, but they are still super comfortable. You'll be wearing them and honestly forget they are on. The lenses are awesome and hardly ever fog up. I definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a good pair of goggles.

I have have the dark tint lens and it kills it on sunny days. They work great for keeping the reflection of the snow from burning your eyes. However, on cloudy days and night skiing they are brutal. If you are going to go with the dark tint lens I would recommend getting a fairly clear lens when the sun isn't out.

Awesome goggles!

Use em' daily

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The splice has been my go-to goggle for a few seasons now. I have always loved Oakley's lenses and how well they work in each condition. I have a pair of Splices for flat light, with a Hi-Intensity yellow lens. And, a pair with a Fire lens for those blue bird days. The frame fits nicely and un-restrictive, and the foam sits against the face quite nicely.

I found that changing a lens out in these can be quite the project. Also, replacement lenses are so expensive, it may be less of a hassle to just by a whole new goggle.

Overall, I love how good the optics are, how they look, and how they fit.

Use em' daily

splice goggles

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

wonderfull goggles. great peripheral view, never get foggy.

pretty low light with fire iridium, but really versatile, it would be better to have a couple of lenses.

i noticed that air flows into your face through some small holes next to the nose, o dont know if i really like that.

otherwise excellent goggles, would recomend anyone to buy them. plus sick colors available

Purple People Eater

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I these Oakley Splice's in March of 2013 at Holiday Valley Resort in Lower New York. They were a buddies of mine because due to the amount of snow my fire lens was too dark for the 4 days we were there. Worked great and wore with a POC Bug Receptor Helmet. Wore my Neff beanie underneath. I would totally snag a pair of these!

Purple People Eater

Didn't work with helmet

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

If you consider your face to be closer to the medium size

(as I do) you may want to rethink your purchase. Returned these goggles because they pinched my nose with my helmet (Smith Vantage w Lip).

Love the splice

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Originally a crowbar cat myself, I am growing to love the new style and look of the Splice. I have noticed a lot more peripheral viewing with these, so that is a bonus. I also love how easy it is to switch out the lenses. Skiing in the Wasatch can sometimes get tricky. Driving up to the mountain it will be overcast then when you get to the bird it will be a bluebird day. Super simple to pop out the lens and change it accordingly. A+++++ for these goggles!

Good Bang for your Buck!

    This is a good pair of goggles for the price. These have good peripheral vision and are durable. The Lens switching system is a bit of a pain, but it is fairly simple. If you are willing to spend a couple more dollars, than the Smith I/OX or the Oakley Airbrake are a much better buy as they come with a second lens. Both the Airbrake and I/OX have a much easier lens swapping system too.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great goggle, as expected, lens tint is as expected for blue bird days, used in more overcast and it was ok once you adjust but was tough for the back end of a bluebird day, couldnt see any contrast in the shade. Looks great, never fogs.

    the reviews don't lie

      solid pair of goggles. i have the viper red with fire iridium. well worth the money. don't waste your time on cheap goggles. its your vision were talking about here. go for gold and pick up a pair of these oakley splice goggles. they dont fog up, due to the great ventilation. and the vision is great.

      I would like to buy these goggles is it...

      I would like to buy these goggles is it possible to put the money into you bank account.

      can lenses be easily changed on these...

      can lenses be easily changed on these goggles

      Best Answer

      Hey Lu,

      You can change the lenses on these. Its not terribly difficult but its not a quick switch that you can do on the lift. Definitely something youd need to take gloves off for.... If you want some goggles where you can change the lens on the fly id check out the Oakley airbrakes:

      Same shape and feel as the splice but with a quick flip lock so you can change lenses super fast.

      Hope this helps!

      Hello, I currently have a pair of Fire...

      Hello, I currently have a pair of Fire Iridum/Splice for the sunny days and a High Intensity Yellow for flat light/foggy days.

      I need a pair thats in the middle for cloudy days where the sun can occasionally come out. Basically good for both cloudy and occasional sun. Whats the recommended goggles for that?


      if you get the dark grey lenses can you...

      if you get the dark grey lenses can you see through it?

      In the image that you provide, the lightning...

      In the image that you provide, the lightning green almost looks more yellow that green, is that the case?

      hi im going to windells this summer and i...

      hi im going to windells this summer and i might get the lens with dark grey and buy an extra persimmon lens for riding back home we usually get sunny days on spring and medium to low light in winter should i get these lenses? :)

      I currently own a pair of these and they're...

      I currently own a pair of these and they're quite awesome. Problem is, i only have a fire iridium lens, and i do a lot of night skiing. Should i get the H.I. yellow or persimmon lens for a good combo?

      I have a smaller head and face area.. will...

      I have a smaller head and face area.. will these goggles still fit comfortably? I had a pair of crowbars that fit great.

      how well do the persimmon lense do in low...

      how well do the persimmon lense do in low light- night riding?

      Hey anthony savasta,

      Thanks for asking. With the Oakley Splice Goggle, the Persimmon lens would be decent in low light riding, but may not do as well for night riding if the lighting is minimal. But, in the case of what comes with the goggle, it would be your best go for both as the Hi-Yellow would be another option for better night riding but would let in too much in any sort of light other than super low.

      are the H.I. yellow lenses still good in...

      are the H.I. yellow lenses still good in the sun?

      do these work well with the bern macon...

      do these work well with the bern macon helmet. and i wear my goggles under my helmet.

      How big are these? i have a small to medium...

      How big are these?
      i have a small to medium sized face (I'm about 5'6")
      I own a frames and those fit.
      i really want these but am concerned that they would look weird.

      Best Answer

      they are a large goggle- i am a little bit shorter than you and they cover a lot of face. But they look awesome and do not look that big or dorky or anything at all. if u wear them with no helmet or beanie they might look a little large, but if you ask me, it's way cooler to have a big goggle than to have some cheap,tiny thing. They are rad.

      Are these googles helemt compatidible with...

      Are these googles helemt compatidible with the smith variant brim helmet? I love the design of the gogs but I want to make sure before I purchase them that they will fit correctly. Also, do these goggles fog up a lot? I do a lot of backcountry skiing and I have to hike to get up to the trail and will they fog up if I have them on my face while I sweat and breath? because I have owned a pair of goggles before that did this and I really didnt like them, they were a pair of smiths and I am hoping the oakley splices wont do this.

      I've been thinking of getting some new...

      I've been thinking of getting some new goggles for a while now. Have had the crowbars for 2 seasons now, and they are incredible. Would like to try something with a bigger lens, and larger viewing area. Thinking of the Oakley Splice goggles, the new Oakley Airbrake goggles, or the EG2's by Electric.

      Has anyone had any experience with any of these?