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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? :)
March 29, 2013
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I have a smaller head and face area.. will these goggles still fit comfortably? I had a pair of crowbars that fit great.
August 20, 2012
best goggles ever
By: jackson wright
January 17, 2013
Yeah, these are the exact same fit as Oakley Crowbars, just a wider nose piece.
By: Adam L. Saucedo
October 25, 2012
These have a similar shape to the crowbars so you should be just peachy.
By: Tim Bohlken
September 20, 2012
how well do the persimmon lense do in low light- night riding?
By: anthony savasta
August 9, 2012
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.
By: Wally Phillips
August 10, 2012
Adam L. Saucedo
October 25, 2012
Ive been buying Oakley goggles almost every season because their style, quality and comfort. Best thing I like about these Oakley Splices is the new nose design - its a little wider around the nose so it doesn't pinch you nose making you sound like you have a cold or something. Definitely recommend these goggles to who ever is viewing these reviews!
How "mirrory" or see through are the G30 Iridum lenses?
March 21, 2012
Quite reflective. The iridium coating is what gives the lens its mirror.
By: Josh Chapman
March 22, 2012
January 26, 2013
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.
The HI Yellow lenses are amazing on grey days. They make everything light up. I also use them for night riding. I find them way too bright for sunny days.
No, definitely not recommended for sunny days. H.I yellow is for flat to very low light.
By: Josh Chapman
March 5, 2012
How will these goggles fit with a Burton R.E.D. Avid helmet?
December 4, 2011
they fit perfect. i've been rockin this style for a while and its been working. however it might depend on whether or not you wear the goggles under or over the helmet. i wear them under and the goggles fit the shape of the helmet beautifully haha
April 27, 2012
I was wondering if there is going to be a sail on these any time soon?
October 30, 2011
These are all the 2012 colorways on Dogfunk, so I wouldn't expect them to be going on sale any time soon. However, check out some killer deals on our past stock of the Splice here:
By: Zach Pina
October 31, 2011
what lense should i get for the midwest. most of our days are cloudy but some sunny, and i also do some night boarding.
October 14, 2011
I have 2 lenses. HI Yellow will amaze you when you first use them on a grey day. They will brighten everything and they work for night riding. I use blue iridium for sunny days and they work very good.
choo need some Pink Iridium or High Intensity Yellow, mind you these won't be the best in bright sun, but they will perform well at all other times.
By: Pocho Libray
October 27, 2011
Anyone tried these w/ a Smith Variant Brim helmet?
By: Sid Nitzerglobin
September 12, 2011
January 18, 2011
I have had smith i/o, oakley a-frames, wisdoms, and crowbars, along with spy orbits, dragon rouges, dragon maces, and electric eg2s.. The oakley splices blow all of them out of the water. They are super comfy and provide great vision. I also love how customizable they are. You can swap out riggers and straps to switch things up. i recommend these to every one of my friends when they look for googles. they are absolutely amazing.
Is the HI yellow lens reflective... or at least semi-reflective... and would you reccomend splice of electric EG2?
By: Jason Redrow
August 25, 2011
The HI Yellow are subtly reflective, a little less than Pink Iridium lenses. These are very low tint lenses. You will see the reflectivity when you use them in the right conditions (grey days and night riding under lights.)
The HI Yellow is somewhat reflective depending on outside light. It's very much a low-light lens though, designed more for contrast acuity than the glare-reducing mirrored (Oakley's Iridium) coatings.
By: Zach Pina
August 31, 2011
ok. i was saving up to buy some okaley goggles they are the canary blue/ blue iridum lenses. but they dont have them listed any more and i think they should list them agian cuz i need them badely. they have the plain canary blue but they dont have the blue iridum lenses, so i was wondering if u could put them up agian?
May 24, 2011
They have the canary ones on amazon for around the same prise.
June 3, 2011
Unfortunately we won't be getting any in stock until next season, sorry for the inconvenience. Try Oakley directly if you need them now.
By: Josh Chapman
May 27, 2011
Just got my Splice goggles.
My 1st pair is a ZEAL SPX goggle which I love! They are fantastic in every way but a bit too dark for those special snowy or flat light days. I picked up a pair of Splice with the HI Yellow lens for those dark/flat days. Just surprised they seem narrow and cut off my breathing. Is this just a new-out-of-the-box issue? I think I remember my Zeals doing that at first but not now. Have not had new goggles in 2 years so I do not remember if these need a break in period. No, my face is not huge, just a normal dudes face and nose.
April 1, 2011
October 22, 2012
Love my splice goggles. Have yet to experience any fogging. Also fit a wide variety of face sizes. Would really suggest doing your homework on lenses. Buy appropriate lenses for what you normally ride in and not just because its paired up with the design you like. Oakley does a great Job on their site showcasing the lenses and preferred riding environment. You could also ask the live help, they definitely provided some great insight for me.
Yes all Iridium Lens are at least Simi- Reflective, the Fire and Black iridium lens are completely reflective
February 27, 2011
April 2, 2012
I am a huge Oakley fan. I own 5 pairs of their sunglasses so I was pretty excited to get some snow goggles. I bought the Neon Orange with the Fire lens and it looks awesome, the optics though were disappointing. I found that the fire lens is too dark for anything except the very brightest of days and even though the lens is huge, with all the padding on the inside, the range of view was actually pretty small. I also have a deviated septum, so I was hoping that the increased nose area would help, but it didn't for my case. On top of that, there is a seem in the polycarbonate lens close to the left eye that can be noticed every now and then. I ended up buying some Smith Phenom goggles for low light situations and I found that they have a bigger range of view, the nose region is infinitely better for someone who has a big nose or nasal problems like me and overall just more comfortable. As much as it hurts for me to say it, I cannot recommend this Oakley product to any of my friends. I would say that you should get this if your whole reason for getting goggles is for style, cause that is really the only thing I can say was good about these.
February 22, 2011
I got a crowbar and i loved it. But this one is just better. Crowbar wraps my face really tight so that no wind can get into my eyes. The splice does the job just as good except it doesn't press my face so hard i got a goggle mark on my face after wearing it whole day. Crowbar is nice, Splice is just better.
June 22, 2011
I got a pair of these for free on the opening day at the Canyons Mountain Resort in Park City Utah in December 2010. They are nice goggles and fit well. There is no nose pressure which is super nice, but it seemed that the nose area is a little higher than other goggles so I could constantly see the nose padding while boarding. I usually wear Women's goggles because I have a small face so my problem might have been that these Splice goggles were to big for me so I had to wear them higher on my head. I gave them to my dad because they were free and he loves them! My brother also has a pair and he has no complaints with them.