Leave your mark on The Wall.
December 2, 2011
These goggles are comfortable, fit well, never fog up or get ice build up, keeps my face warm and look good. They do stick out from your face a bit but not over the top and i would say its probably normal.
The main drawback is that they arent shaped to fit a helmet meaning that there are gaps in between the helmet and goggles. I have to wear a beanie underneath to stop my forehead and head getting cold.
All in all they are great goggles with minor drawbacks that are easily fixed!
Can you switch out lenses on these for night vs. day riding?
October 1, 2011
You bet! They're pretty simple to remove, and just require a steady hand to keep from scratching anything. You can find the replacement lenses here: http://www.backcountry.com/oakley-stockholm-goggle-replaceme
By: Zach Pina
October 5, 2011
Dogfunk.com Price Comparison
Dogfunk.com knows that no one wants the used-car-salesman experience, so we decided to show you the other guys prices in an effort to keep your shopping experience as informed as possible. We do our best to confirm this information is correct, but assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the price and shipping information provided by other vendors.
How's the peripheral view through these if anyone's tried them?
October 1, 2011
Pretty good, there are no restraints meaning you can see all around you. Full rounded lense and great vision!
December 2, 2011
January 20, 2012
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.
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?
By: Lexie Scott
February 7, 2011
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.
February 21, 2011
December 12, 2010
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
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.
February 11, 2010
go with something with an amber or persimmon lens
March 11, 2010
Merebea Danforth x4236
February 27, 2009
These are some high quality goggles as you'd expect out of Oakley. The Stockholm is a cute frame for the ladies. While it's technically helmet compatible, in my personal opinion they look funny worn with a helmet. The notch in the top of the frame creates a weird gap. If you're a woman (or a man) with a smaller face and wear a helmet, I suggest the A Frame instead.
April 2, 2009
i have the smallest, narrowest face and the only thing that ever looks good is in youth sizes. I havn't used these goggles yet, but they look awesome. I wouldn't recommend the persimmon lense cuz it kills the look of the whole goggle. i ordered the G30 lense and the extra $ was workth it.i noticed it stuck out a little far on my face but it still looked fine.i'll write more when i try em on the slopes.
August 30, 2009
I just bought these goggles in the black frame, pink iridium lenses and i haven't used them yet. I was at the oakley store and tried on the A Frame & the Crowbar and they were huge on my face, since i have a small face size. The Stockholm still stuck out on my face a little bit, but they are comfortable, well padded and well ventilated. The one thing i really liked was the strap can be adjusted easily. I haven't fit the goggles to my hemet.
I think these are really good goggles for the price you get them at; they may be a little more then other lower quality companies, but they are comfortable, easy to wear, fog free as far as im concerned and totally worth buying! hope this helps!
March 25, 2009
I have only been snowboarding once ... in my life. So I wouldn't say I know a lot about gear, but these goggles were great. They fit well and never fogged up on me. They were comfortable and stayed in place. Hopefully they will get lots of use in years to come.
April 2, 2009
Oakley's women's Stockholm goggles are extremely comfortable and have come in handy during many snowy conditions. I have worn these goggles during sunny conditions and blizzard conditions. They did not fog up and they remained comfortable for an entire day of riding. The fit should work well for any woman. I highly reccommend these goggles!