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The Oakley Stockholm Goggle doesn’t come with a bottle of Swedish vodka, nor does it smell like herring. Rather, this smoking hot ladies-specific goggle gives women the luscious fit they’ve been waiting for. Oakley sealed temperature-controlled air between two layers of anti-fog-treated polycarbonate lenses to reduce the chance of fog accumulating on your inner lens. Vented air circulates through the goggle to further reduce fog, and triple-layer foam with wicking fleece might make you think you’re wearing a spa mask. Total UV protection, the Stockholm’s excellent impact resistance, and a wide field of vision make this Oakley goggle an intelligent choice for your one-goggle quiver.

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Beware of colour!! we ordered "mint leaf/blue iridium" looks nothing like the nice teal-turquoise colour in the picture. It's a dark dark green with dark dark purple & dark lens. Ordered this for my sister for christmas, we all had a good laugh at how inaccurate the photo is of the picture. My sister has wide cheek bones a medium face these fit nice good goggles so we're just exchanging for a yes puke-worthy colour.

Did not like fit

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Wife felt these were a little too big for her face. They are a great product, the fit is sort of for skinny/ pointy large faces. They did not work under her helmet either. Not a lame product, just through I would share about the fit.

Sharp and comfortable....

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these for my wife before going on a ski trip and she loves them. They're really sharp, vents well to prevent fogged up goggles, and worked well for her on a bright day on the slopes.

Nice goggles

    Happy with the goggles, they are comfortable & the black iridium lenses were good in sunny weather and when it was snowing. I think I have a "normal" sized face - not big, not small, so I think they fitted fine with my one minor complaint being that the peripheral vision wasn't quite as good as I had hoped. My husband's A-frames had better peripheral vision. All in all I was happy with these and can't go past the fantastic prices from BC.

    If you are asian

      Hi, I bought the 2009 version of these and had to buy the Asian fit version of these goggles from the Oakley site just so I could get goggles best for my facial structure. Asian's don't have a nose bridge so these goggles won't normally fit us. My old goggles had a high nose bridge which would leave a gap above my nose and air would go in fogging up my goggles as a result. THESE ARE AWESOME GOGGLES but if you're asian, buy the asian fit.

      Comfortable and Versatile

        First, the fit is great. Typically women specific goggles are too small for my face, but not the case with the Stockholms. Secondly, wanting higher sun protection, I chose the black iridium lenses. The clarity is good as is the contrast. The Oakley website does a killer job explaining and comparing the available lenses.

        great goggles

          Love this! I have a really small face (5'2" adult, skinny) and this fits perfectly! The peripheral vision on this is pretty good. I also wear this on some sunny days (not too sunny though) especially when it tends to shift between sunny/cloudy/rainy in one day. If it's really bright though, I'd recommend you get a different one (I have another one for really bright days). I bought this especially for days when it's cloudy-low light conditions. This has never fogged up so far so I'll still be wearing this this coming season :)

          Ask me next ski season

            Well since I got these to replace a stolen pair of zeal goggles, which I loved......there has been no bad weather skiing days. I'll have to wait until next season to try them out and see how well they work. I can say that they fit really well, definately good for a womans face. They are pretty nice looking, and they fit easily under my helmet goggle tab.

            women's fit is pretty crucial

              --I tried on a bunch of Oakley goggles and these were the only ones that fit the curve of my face--no pinching and no gaps. They are also very comfortable.
              --I have worn them in many conditions -- snow, bluebird, even rain, and have never had them fog up.
              --I have the G30 lenses, which are pretty great all-around lenses. They do great in bright light and medium light, though on really dark, cloudy days, the contrast is a little low and I recently got Stockholms with persimmon lenses. Persimmon was better, but still not great with the low lighting -- I'd recommend going even to yellow for that.
              In general, they are some of the most feminine style, fit the female face, and are also a functionally great piece of equipment.

              Great Goggles!

                Love these goggles - they are a perfect size, not too big but offer plenty of peripheral vision. I am very particular about my goggles as I have had so many pairs that are uncomfortable - but these are awesome! I have the Persimmon lenses which have been excellent in all types of lighting. I can wear them all day without any problems. They are very durable, stylish, and never fog up!

                What I was looking for.

                  These are very nice goggles for women. The size and viewing area is comparable to the a-frame, but these have a much more feminine look. More specifically, the physical size is slightly narrower than the a-frame (due mostly to lack of "helmet hinges" on the strap, but slightly taller as viewed from the front. Performance is what you would expect from Oakley goggles.

                  Loved these

                    had a real mixed day, snow, wind, crap comin off the blowers, a few tumbles.
                    first time out with these goggles, had a bit of fogging up when I had my bandanna up, but cleared within 30seconds, never had to let them dry out, warm up, wipe.
                    Fit pretty comfortable under my helmet, but a bit uncomfortable strapped on the outside.
                    only cons i'd say would be the buckles on the strap dug into my ears when i had them underneath my helmet (but just raise the strap higher duh)
                    Would I recommend? 100% yes, just for the no fog and great lens

                    Great goggles, don't always last.

                      I really these goggles - good for my small face, don't fog, fit nicely under my Smith Variant Brim and there is massive choice of lenses.

                      However, I have found the foam on the top of the goggle has a tendancy to fray and break. Oakley replaced one pair within warranty free of charge, and gave me a discount on that replacement pair when it happened to those as well outside of warranty.

                      I teach skiing full time, so my both the goggles I got replaced had well over over 100 days of wear before the foam broke. However, you do have to be careful to avoid putting your fingers on the delicate foam at the top. If you can manage that, they're a sweet pair of goggles!

                      Can you switch out lenses on these for...

                      Can you switch out lenses on these for night vs. day riding?

                      How's the peripheral view through these...

                      How's the peripheral view through these if anyone's tried them?

                      What does H.I. mean and is it polarized

                      What does H.I. mean and is it polarized

                      I have a small face and small nose so I...

                      I have a small face and small nose so I think these goggles will work for me. I ski in the North East. What color frame should I buy?

                      considering you have a "small face and small nose" these do come in (believe it or not) an 'asian' version, which is made specifically for asian people because their noses are flatter and smaller than other races. check it out on oakley's website and that would probably be a better fit for your face.

                      what are the weather/light conditions for...

                      what are the weather/light conditions for skiing in france? i haven't been there but have skiied in hokkaido and i couldn't see a thing (no contrast-everything was white). what lenses do you recommend for skiing in france?

                      It really depends on the weather and the time of day you will be skiing. If it is bright and sunny you will want a lens that blocks out light. If you are skiing at night or in low light conditions you will need one that lets more light in. If you are really worried about the lenses, get a few different ones just to be safe.

                      How do these compare with the A-Frames? i...

                      How do these compare with the A-Frames?

                      i know the stockholms are woman-specific, but is there really a noticeable difference? should i splurge and get this upgrade?

                      There is a noticeable difference, but the main thing you have to consider is the shape of your face. These are definitely for people with smaller noses and a little wider of a face. I would suggest trying them on first locally to ensure a good fit. If you have ever worn Smith goggles, these are comparable to the Smith I/OS model.

                      I am new to skiing and unsure what lens...

                      I am new to skiing and unsure what lens color to buy. I ski in WI. I usually ski late afternoons and nights but would like somthing that could be used for days if needed.

                      How does the high deffinition persimmon...

                      How does the high deffinition persimmon lens differ from the persimmon lens?

                      I want to get a pair plus a replacement...

                      I want to get a pair plus a replacement lense so I'm covered for bright and low light, what are the best lenses to go with? I like the G30 but the seem like the are best for mid conditions, I don't want to overlap too much since the are expensive. So, opinions? What are the fav's?

                      What lens is good for general conditions...

                      What lens is good for general conditions?

                      This comes down to personal preference for most. I prefer a rose lens for all around though.Honestly, grab any pair off of SAC, tramdock, or WM...You can get "general" gogs for as little as $10!You won't find oakleys quite that cheap on whiskey, steepandcheap, and tramdock, but you will find some amazing deals. Like stated above, it's really personal preference. But if it helps, I like using the Persimmon lenses for an all around choice. And they run pretty cheap compared to some of the other ones you can buy from Oakley.

                      will it fit well with a mx helmet?

                      will it fit well with a mx helmet?

                      They will fit, but I would get some of those clear sheets to peel off the lens after each ride so the lenses do not get all scratched up from dust/rocks/wiping. Also these have kind of a large vent on them which you may not want while mx due to dust getting in.