Oakley Splice

Oakley Splice
Brand: Oakley
Modelyear: 2015
Best suited in the following weather:
Snow/Foggy
Overcast
Partly cloudy
Sun

Available lense: Prizm Rose, Prizm Jade, Prizm Black, Clear, HI Yellow, Hi Persimmon, Persimmon, Blue Iridium, VR50 Pink Iridium, G30, VR28, Gold Iridium, Black Iridium, Fire Iridium, VR28 Black Iridium, Grey, Emerald Iridium, VR28 Polarized, HI Amber Polarized, Grey Polarized, Fire Iridium Polarized
(Official information from Oakley)


What do you think about Oakley Splice?
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8 reviews
Jerr
Jerr (Guest)
04/11/2019
Strenghts:
Fitment (M/L)
Durable lens (when cared for properly)
Great ventilation
Wide field of view
Wide range of lens choices
Large selection of color options

Weaknesses:
Being Discontinued

Summary:
Performance
Oakley lenses live up to the hype and well worth the price point. I've been using a Prizm Jade lens for last few years for just about all conditions, when the conditions are real dicy I'll bring out the H.I. Yellow which I also enjoy for night skiing.

Design
They look great. I own a few pairs now and personally love the look, an prefer the wider nose cut-out. I previously wore the Crowbar model which would apply pressure on my nostrils.

Durability
I know of some have whined about the lenses being ruined after trying to wipe the interior surface when wet - which is a silly complaint to make being that pamphlet that comes with the goggles strictly warns against wiping the lens when wet, rather you're suppose to air dry the lenses if they get wet. Besides a user error complaint by some, I've never run into any issues with mine.

Model year: 2008

andreasthorsell
05/12/2013
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Strenghts:
Sick nice
Do not squeeze my nose as I think Crowbar does
Easy to change lens
Awesome fit on the Giro G10
Black field of view
Both lenses and arcs can withstand a lot of strokes

Weaknesses:
Not the cheapest goggles but easily worth it.

Summary:
Try these and you will never regret it.
Stylish, beautiful and for everything!

Recommends the Blue Iridium lens works the cannon in any case. Then a Four Iridium is a must. Balloon factor 1000 !!

Model year: 2012
SkiScot
20/02/2012 (Modified: 26/11/2013)
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Strenghts:
stylish
Sitting well on medium face.
Comfortable
Good fit with Giro G10
Good field of vision

Weaknesses:
Fits less well with POC helmet, big luck
Fits less well with Sweet trooper helmet.
Does not hold really well in high traffic (100+ so tears in the eyes), except for none.

Summary:
Very good but can always be better. Would highly recommend these to POC Lobes. Have both ...

Model year: 2012
(Guest)
04/01/2011
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Strenghts:
Large field of view
Great fit
Lenses and colors for all weather. I'm using Fire Iridium for sunny days, and H.I. Yellow to bad days. Works perfectly
Perfect for my Giro G9 helmet

Weaknesses:
expensive
Expensive extra lenses

Summary:
The best googles we find on the market!

Model year: 2011
Heddious
29/09/2010 (Modified: 03/07/2014)
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Strenghts:
Large field of vision
Easy to replace lens and other parts if you want
Do not squeeze the nose that the Crowbars do

Weaknesses:
Expensive.
They are round at the top and glide properly with some helmets.

Summary:
Although they are among the most expensive goggles in the market, I think they are worth the money. The lenses appear to be quite scratch resistant, which is nice. Have driven with Crowbar for two seasons before and they are beautiful, but Splice does not squeeze the nose as much, and it's easier to change glass.
The only advantage of the Crowbar is that they ventilate a bit better, which is not strange since the ventilation openings on them are much larger.

Model year: 2010
Svane
11/06/2010
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Strenghts:
Really beautiful
Sick nice
good ventilation
Nice fit

Weaknesses:
Just so expensive

Summary:
Sick handsome goggles like never and always sitting nice! Even though they are expensive, it's worth buying them!

Model year: 2010
jaggajao
31/03/2010
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Strenghts:
Good relief for the nose.
Nice design.
Do not immerse again.
Extremely smooth to change glass in.
Fits many helmets.

Weaknesses:
Expensive if you do not award the price for many ski days / year.
Not so good looking down as I hoped for.
Expensive extralinser.

Summary:
Very beautiful goggles that give them there
extra points in the slope.
Unfortunately, better visibility was promised downwards which
I did not think it was right because you still have to
lean the cigga aside when lighting it which does
that you lose focus on the flame and you get scared to fire
on the glasses instead of the ciggen.
But on the whole very good!

Model year: 2010
Pajbanan
01/03/2010
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Strenghts:
* Extremely handsome
* Extremely beautiful
* Good ventilation
* Never again
* Extremely worth the money

Weaknesses:
The only weakness is that they are too beautiful so you can never take them away: P

Summary:
F * banned good googles for those who want the best to look through.

Model year: 2010