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Smallest Goggles for women

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Hi All, Does anyone know which goggles (other than kids) are the smallest for women? Any help would be appreciated.
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You can buy Asian fit goggles from some of the bigger brands. I have a small face (even for a woman) and have found the Oakley Stockholm model to be a good fit while still providing decent peripheral vision. Smith Optics I/OS also fits the small size of my face with decent peripheral vision.
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@SammyQ, I have some Bollé ones, maybe the Nebula. I've had them for a couple of years though.
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I have Oakley Stockholms too and they fit a small face well. There don't seem to be many about this year though, so I'm wondering if they've been discontinued (annoying if so as I won't be able to get replacement lenses). If so, I'm not sure what the replacement model is - might be worth sending an email to them or asking a vendor.

I can verify that the Airbrake model, described as 'medium' fit, is a fair bit bigger.
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i use kids' goggles. Cheaper too.

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SammyQ wrote:
Hi All, Does anyone know which goggles (other than kids) are the smallest for women? Any help would be appreciated.


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@SammyQ, have a look at Smith Anthems - I've had a couple of pairs (ok more than that) Madeye-Smiley
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I use Oakley A Frame. I have a small head. tried loads of goggles before I got one that sat against my cheekbones. I think bone structure is as important as size
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Mrs NBT finds that Oakley XS O frame are a great fit for her petite features

http://uk.oakley.com/en/womens/goggles/snow-goggles/o2-xs/product/W0OO7048/?skuCode=59-584
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Scarlet wrote:
I have Oakley Stockholms too and they fit a small face well. There don't seem to be many about this year though, so I'm wondering if they've been discontinued (annoying if so as I won't be able to get replacement lenses).

I called the London store today – the Stockholm model has, indeed, been discontinued. Annoying for me because the Stockholms have been the best fit for me of all the goggles I've tried across the brands.
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@Zero_G, that's annoying. Tempted to buy up all remaining stock NehNeh
Did they say what model will fill the gap in the product line? It would be good if something like the Airbrake with switchable lenses came out in a smaller fit.
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I have a really small head and face and have found that these kids' goggle from Dirty Dog fit well and are just the right size - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dirty-Dog-MONSTER-Goggles-Carbon/dp/B0049HE6BE?tag=amz07b-21 or https://www.trekwear.co.uk/kids_clothing/eyewear/ski_goggles/dirty_dog_monster_kids_ski_goggles_matt_pink_white_camo_rose_flash_mirror_matt_pink_white_camo_rose.htm?utm_source=google&utm_medium=base&productid=2440&gclid=Cj0KEQiA2o6lBRCn_b7yppe98rQBEiQAMpnYnVItCnRfAyq633gX9xBiGnjlKQm5tJ77r_DlNba6LVIaArg88P8HAQ

Good luck finding the perfect pair. Little Angel
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Scarlet, I've already ordered spare lenses from their website and I have two Stockholm frames, so I'll be good for a few more years, methinks Madeye-Smiley

The chap at the store said Oakley has no plans to produce a new women-specific model. Which is a pity.
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FionaG, the field of vision looks really small on those goggles. Is it?
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@nbt, Yes Oakley XS O very good for small face, the only trouble is finding other lenes than standard. However this link seems to be the Oakley XS o2 (a never version).
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@Zero_G, I'm thinking along similar lines. I have 2 frames with Persimmon and Emerald Iridium, but the latter seems a bit scarce. Any experience of the Fire Iridium? I'm wondering whether to pick one up now as a spare. £25 for spare Persimmon seems like a no brainer.
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Adidas ID2 Pure v good, and small too...
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Oakley A Frames are a great goggle and designed for smaller faces. Plus they have just been superseded by the A Frame 2 so there should be lots of bargains available on the net.
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Electric 2.5s. My daughter is tiny, she uses them
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Scarlet wrote:
@Zero_G, I'm thinking along similar lines. I have 2 frames with Persimmon and Emerald Iridium, but the latter seems a bit scarce. Any experience of the Fire Iridium? I'm wondering whether to pick one up now as a spare. £25 for spare Persimmon seems like a no brainer.

Hmm, no experience with the Fire Iridium. I must have nabbed the last Emerald Iridium from the Oakley site, soz Toofy Grin
From memory (because they have removed that really helpful lens tint chart from their site), the next darkest lens after the Emerald is the Black Iridium. Though there must be other retailers who still ahve the Emerald in stock?
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https://www.otg-goggles.com/5-best-womens-ski-goggles/ This list says that the Smith I/OS is good for "small/medium heads"? I think "smallest" is a vague term. You might have a small face but a big head? Laughing My smallish wife (don't tell her I said "ish") tends to pick the "asian fit" goggles with good results.
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Mrs LY (4'11" and XS/8 in pretty much everything) has recently acquired some Smith IOS that she says fit her really well - not a cheap option though. Sadly she's not keen on junior gear, which is generally more cost effective! She did find considerable differences in fit though, even amongst the "small face" goggles. Don't tell her I said so but I think "nose shape" is key! If you have chance then definitely try on (with helmet if you wear one) before you commit....
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Don't Oakley make most of their Goggles in an Asian fit too ?
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POC Iris in size small are the smallest adult goggles I have come across.
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The OP asked this question years ago...... she's probably grown. wink
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@SammyQ, atomic make a fused double lense goggle with their HD lens ( very similar to Oakley prism) in a small size
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