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Get the right Oakley Stockholm Lens to maximize your riding enjoyment.

Your super tinted goggles just not cutting it on stormy days? Pick up an Oakley Stockholm Goggle replacement lens. Choose from a variety of lenses (see lens tint chart) if you took a nasty fall and scratched your other Stockholm lens, or you just need a more versatile lens for overcast days so you can right when the light is flat. All Stockholm Replacement Lenses feature Oakley's distortion-free XYZ optics and fog-killing venting and moisture-absorbing F3 coating.

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Unanswered Question

How can you replace a lens on the the...

How can you replace a lens on the the stockholm goggles?

Not about the lens. The felt aroung the...

Not about the lens. The felt aroung the goggles needs replaced. Is there a kit for that?

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Hey Betty, nope... if you can't reglue it its time for new goggles...

1 5

Had to return - Scratched lenses

Was very disappointed when I received my lenses. They appeared used because there were several scratches on the lens. I returned them and had to buy a replacement while I was on ski trip. Not very happy....

5 5

New Oakely lenses.....

I've had my Oakely Stockholm goggles for three years now and just had the original lens (for sunny days). I finally decided to try to persimmons (for overcast days) and what a difference. I love them!!! We just skied 2 weekends ago at Kirkwood near Lake Tahoe and it snowed the entire weekend. These lenses were fantastic. Visibility was perfect. I wish I'd invested in these lenses sooner.

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I have Stockholm snow jet black/grey...

I have Stockholm snow jet black/grey polarized lens and am looking for a polarized lens that will be good in cloudy/stormy conditions.
Any suggestions?

5 5

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HI Amber Polarized are pretty sweet, once you go polarized it's tough to go back, great when it's dumping, have yet to try them in other conditions

5 5

Black iridium=sunny day...duh, but...

we all know the black iriduim works good in bright sun, thats self evident, but how does it look???? im crazy about completley reflective lenses and this is the next best thing besides a fire lens. in the sun it looks silver and there is just a tiny bit of transparency

2 5

almost better than not wearing gogs

persimmon lens is ok, and thats it...it doesnt excell in any condition but doesnt lack in any either, except one...ill just go over the spectrum -BRIGHT SUN: stay away! this is not dark enough by far, after a bluebird day everything looked pink...i immediately went and got a darker lens -STORM/SNOW/FOG: contrast is laughable but at least the lens is light enough to see in those condtions, the mountain wont look like its shrouded in shadow -OVERCAST: contrast sucks again, but the shade of the lens is good for overcast -NIGHT: hard to decipher anything different, ice/snow/guy dressed in white/jumps, its all hard to see cuz theres no definintion or contrast, but at least the shade is light enought to see at night BOTTOM LINE: this lens kinda sucks, but it will work if your pinching pennys and need an all around lens, just stay away from the sun and be prepared for everything to turn orange :-)

4 5

reflective freak

we all know the black iriduim works good in bright sun, thats self evident, but how does it look???? im crazy about completley reflective lenses and this is the next best thing besides a fire lens. in the sun it looks silver and there is just a tiny bit of transparency...so dont worry girls, your boyfried wont see you checkin out that guy doin the backflip off the kicker while he's stmblin down the bunny hill

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Hi,

Just to confirm- exactly which lens did you pick from the Stockholm range? exact colour please. Thanks!

2 5

almost better than not wearing gogs

persimmon lens is ok, and thats it...it doesnt excell in any condition but doesnt lack in any either, except one...ill just go over the spectrum -BRIGHT SUN: stay away! this is not dark enough by far, after a bluebird day everything looked pink...i immediately went and got a darker lens -STORM/SNOW/FOG: contrast is laughable but at least the lens is light enough to see in those condtions, the mountain wont look like its shrouded in shadow -OVERCAST: contrast sucks again, but the shade of the lens is good for overcast -NIGHT: hard to decipher anything different, ice/snow/guy dressed in white/jumps, its all hard to see cuz theres no definintion or contrast, but at least the shade is light enought to see at night BOTTOM LINE: this lens kinda sucks, but it will work if your pinching pennys and need an all around lens, just stay away from the sun and be prepared for everything to turn orange :-)

5 5

LOVE Them!

Not only do the Stockholm frames kick a**, the lenses are awesome too. I have several different lenses and have been happy with each of them, actually overly surprised with their performance in pretty much all conditions. I ride Mt Hood mostly, so the conditions can change in an instant. The lenses are so easy to pop in an out, that if you need to change them mid-day, it's super easy.

I have the Oakley Stockhom google with...

I have the Oakley Stockhom google with iridium lenses.I'm looking for an additional lens that will work in other conditions, especially snowy or cloudy days. What color lens is my best option?In addition, how hard is it to change the lenses on the Stockholm goggle?

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They are not the easiest lenses to change (so you probably dont want to try while on the lift) but they aren't completely impossible to swap out. For clowdy or snowy days, the HI Amber Polarized, HI Persimmon, or Persimmon should do the trick.

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Blue Iridium works for me in all conditions except night skiing (HI yellow) and very very sunny bright days (black iridium). But there is no situation in which it has felt uncomfortable... If you have this particular iridium you might not need anything else.

3 5

guess i got the wrong product

i got these replacement lenses hoping to interchange with my other lenses. but that's not so easy. i guess i made the wrong choice. probably these are good if your lenses are broken and you need to replace them, not to interchange depending on the light conditions!

Responded on

They're actually pretty easy to change. I used this You Tube tutorial (made by Oakley) to learn how to change the lens:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPA0ZjBzbfQ

The tutorial is for the A-frame goggles, but the lens change works the same way.