Oakley Stockholm Goggle (Women's)

Oakley Stockholm Goggle (Women's) -

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    Style: 57-567

    Oakley made the Stockholm Goggle specifically for women. The frame offers a smaller fit that's better matched to women's faces, and an engineered High Definition Optics® lens offers true vision even at the periphery. Dual lenses with F3 Anti-fog help prevent that annoying fog from building up, and the Stockholm Goggle is also impact resistant so you can take a tight tree run without having to buy a new pair.


    • Frame Color: Pearl White
    • Lens Color: Pink Iridium
    • Lenses included: 1


    • Women-specific design with smaller frame size
    • XYZ Optics® and High Definition Optics® to maintain undistorted view
    • Flexible outriggers and rear section for comfort
    • Flexible urethane frame for comfort
    • F3 Anti-fog technology to keep lenses clear
    • Polar fleece foam feels soft against skin
    • UVA/UVB/UVC protection for eyes
    • Impact resistance for durability

    Questions and Answers

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    "I need a pair of goggles that have a brighter and clearer view when its foggy out. I have to take off the ones I have now cause I can't see good out of them. Also when it's sunny, are they still good to use?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Kathy on 11/26/2012 - 7:39 am
    "No goggle lens is great for all conditions. I would suggest getting a replacement lens that lets more light into your current goggle. "
    Answer by Steve (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/28/2012 - 1:33 pm
    "Is this helmet compatible? "
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    Question by Joy on 3/18/2013 - 1:43 pm
    "Yes it is!"
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/18/2013 - 1:45 pm
    "Is this polarized? Thanks!"
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    Question by JK on 2/25/2014 - 1:32 pm
    "This is not polarized. Polarized lenses are not this light, they are always a darker lens shade."
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/25/2014 - 2:47 pm