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Old 08-19-2004, 07:49 PM   #41 (permalink)
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oakleys are the best for sports, imho. that's the only real purpose for them, since most of them wrap-around and have a tight fit, they don't go loose. except for their wire series of course.

the m-frame series are the best for biking i believe, interchangeable lenses allow you to change to different ones for different riding conditions, the lenses in general are a lot larger, and since the frame only runs along the top, the lenses are allowed to flare out to the sides to provide more coverage.
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Old 11-23-2004, 10:43 PM   #42 (permalink)
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I just bought myself a new pair of Oakleys (Square Wire 2.0) off of ebay. I've been without a good pair of sunglasses for a few months now ( I lost my last pair in Hawaii), but I couldn't see very well out of the cheap sunglasses that I was wearing. They just didn't feel right. I've had three three pairs of Oakleys over the past 7 years, and they fit me very well, and I can definately see better in a nice pair of sunglasses than at $10 specials at the gas station. That being said, I'm partial to Oakleys because I think they look awesome, and the price isn't out of this world (See Maui Jims). I think that any of the brand names (Ray-Ban, Revo, Oakley, ect) are better than what you get at walmart.
I got my Oakleys for $100 shipped, while they cost $155 plus tax in the store. You can get some exceptional deals on ebay if you know the exact model that you are looking for. So I go to the mall, try on a ton of sunglasses and figure out which ones I like the most, write down the exact model number of the sunglasses and confirm it with the sale representative, and then check out ebay for a couple weeks and buy the exact same pair, new, in box from someone. The last pair I got were Half Jackets and I paid around $70 for those.

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Old 11-24-2004, 01:21 PM   #43 (permalink)
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No. Which is not to say they're crap. They're usually well made. They are also consistently designed across the entire frame (This is something that has bugged me about most glasses in general. There's usually a lot of attention to the details on the front of frames, but they all seem to use the same bland earstocks... Oakley actually has product lines defined by the elements of the earstock).

I'm actually thinking of getting some Oakley frames for use as regular eyeglasses... because they're actually cheaper than most eyeglass frames with a similar level of attention to styling. But that's just frames without any lenses. The lenses from Oakley cost more than most of their frames.
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Old 11-25-2004, 09:28 PM   #44 (permalink)
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I don't really think I could spend that much on a pair of sunglasses but only if some conditions applied
1. great warranty ( i'm a klutz when it comes to sunglasses I break them like no tomorrow so if they had a warrany covering replacements then I would be more likely to buy a pair, but I lose them too and that doesn't help.

2. If I was able to get them at cost ( I had a friend whose roomate worked at a fancy sporting goods store and every other paycheck he would use his discount with a full paycheck, so when he would run into some tight times with money he would sell them to my friend for what they pay them for.

I have bought some knockoffs from a county fair in my area which aren't to horrible of knockoffs (not near as good as quality but definately worth the $10 a pair), and I've bought some knockoffs from Mexico that where complete junk.
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Old 11-25-2004, 11:14 PM   #45 (permalink)
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I have my Oakley Minutes... they are polarized and mega durable. They have lasted for a long time. They fit my head tight too. The perfect sunglasses.
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Old 12-09-2004, 04:30 PM   #46 (permalink)
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I really loved my Oakley's, but hated their customer service. I sent a pair back for repair under warranty. They first claimed they never received them. When I had it tracked, I was able to get the name and signature of the person who signed for them in their repairs department. They admitted that they recieved the package, but that it was just an empty torn envelope. I sent the glasses back to them in a case, inside of a box. They seemed to have lost the glasses in their recieveing department, but wouldn't do anything about it. What bothered me the most about the whole process was that they lied and changed their story at each and every step. I have yet to buy a new pair of Oakley's even though I really liked how they looked and I saw out of them.
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Old 12-17-2004, 11:02 AM   #47 (permalink)
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definately gonna spend money on a good pair of oakleys. i bought my first pair 3 years ago and wore them for 2 summers on a golf course. i only wore them in the morning when cutting grass in the direction of the sun rise beside that they stayed on my head and i never had a problem with them falling off. I bought a second pair for a trip to the beach last summer and both pairs went with me to the beach this summer. i dont recomend wearing them in the water because the waves will rip them off. oh yea and another thing try and but them from one of those little keiosks in the mall. i got mine a t sunglasshut, i paid 140 for the first pair and my gf worked there the time i bought my second pair i got them half off. she said she would give out discounts to people all the time if they asked. the people behind the counter dont care they are gettin paid crap and want to make a sale so just act like your not intrested and maybe they will sell.
another thing is offer to buy a cleaning kit and glasses holder for your car to boost the cashiers sales number for a possible discount.
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Old 12-19-2004, 07:06 PM   #48 (permalink)
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(If it hasnt been stated) I hear Oakleys arnt even polarized lenses, so in a word... No, they arnt. Ray Bans however are, and therefore eliminate glare.
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Old 12-19-2004, 07:17 PM   #49 (permalink)
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I tried Oakleys and I swear I'll never buy them again. Too much money for a little piece of plastic that look kinda funny. I'll take glass lens shades any day over plastic.
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Old 12-19-2004, 09:21 PM   #50 (permalink)
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(If it hasnt been stated) I hear Oakleys arnt even polarized lenses, so in a word... No, they arnt. Ray Bans however are, and therefore eliminate glare.
http://oakley.com/catalog/eyewear/polarized/

You can buy them with polarized lenses if you want, and not all ray bans are polarized its just an option when buying the lenses just like with oakleys. They are both owned by Luxottica. So when comparing the glasses they are just different styles for different people from the same company.

oakley makes a pair of mp3 player sunglasses that are completely crazy for $500 and rayban has titanium framed glasses for $200 so it dependes on what style you like
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Old 12-19-2004, 09:35 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Oakley are the only shades that my eyes have ever been comfortable with. My Juliets... the best money I've ever spent on sunglasses. To those that dismiss spending high dollar on shades because they worry about losing or breaking them, just think of the money you spent on them before you put them in a potentially dangerous situation. When you spend $275 on shades, you WILL take care of them. My Juliets are about 5 years old, and are in near perfect condition. Working as an Oakley retailer for over 2 years I got in the know on all their little advancements. Call it what you will, but at the most basic level I feel Oakley is unparalleled at keeping the sun out of my eyes. Money permitting, I would like to have a pair of prescription Ducati Juliets.
Yup I agree I bought the Juliets when the first came out (got a deal worked at a bike shop). Still function perfectly and fit well on my head even after taking a hit on the frame after I hit the throttle a little hard on my motorcyle and I wasn't wearing a helmet (stupid I know and doesn't happen anymore) and they took a slide on the street and came out virtually unscathed. I agree on the Ducati model as well when I wore out my last pair of ear socks I ordered a new pair and the sent me the red. Looks good on the old titanium frames.
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Old 12-20-2004, 10:18 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I have had probs with my eyelashes hitting the lenses on my Oakley A-wires, as well. All I do is slide them down my nose a mm or two, and the problem is solved. That, and being overzealous with lighter fluid have solved the problem nicely for me.

If you are willing, Maui Jims are nice, some have photochromatic lenses, others have graduated tints (lighter/darker from top to bottom of lense) and still others have flexible frames, I believe. They're pretty expensive, but they look a little more professional when you wear them for a business lunch, or walking to the bus station in your suit, etc. Maui Jim's optics seem to be good, as well. Ray-bans are always a valid option.

For the love of God,think of these glasses a couple years down the road, and don't buy some "over-the-top" style from Oakley like every other look-at-me fashionista in the catalogs. Just pick something less edgy, and make sure you like the fit, look, optical quality, and price range before you buy. Bring a friend of the opposite sex with you when you try the things on.

And, depending on where you live, sunglasses can be essential for your eyes in later years. The sun is a vicious bitch, and will destroy your eyes in any number of ways, not the least of which is skin cancer on the thin skin of your cheek bones and nose, which could metastasize to your eyeball. Sunglasses and sunscreen, tough guy.
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Old 12-21-2004, 12:40 PM   #53 (permalink)
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a lot of people associate high priced sunglasses with brand name clothing. the distinct difference though, is that a good pair of sunglasses is an investment- it actually works to protect your eyes. a cheapo goodwill jacket vs $300 abercrombie? eh, both will do the same thing. not so with glasses. why would i risk my EYESIGHT because i wanted to save some bucks?
If you wanted to save your eyes then look for the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standards label on the glasses.

Hint it's more then Oakley that has it.
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Old 12-22-2004, 09:23 PM   #54 (permalink)
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If you want to splurge on something, go for the Oakley Thump PM3 sunglasses. They look like something out of a Mission Impossible movie, sunglasses with headphones. A digital sound processor, an equalizer, MP3, WMA, and WAV file compatibility plus a 6-hour battery, USB 2.0, and frame-mounted volume and track- control buttons--in this flash-memory MP3 player/sunglasses.128MB, $395; 256MB, $495. www.oakley.com

I bought a pair for myself for getting a raise and I couldn't be happier. Pretty decent sound quality, good battery life, and decent memory makes this worth the outrageous price.

Other then that, I'd say just buy whatever sunglasses you like.
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Old 12-29-2004, 04:30 AM   #55 (permalink)
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Old 01-06-2005, 08:18 AM   #56 (permalink)
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I agree with the idea of investing in nice glasses to protect your eyesight. I am the type of person who has to wear sunglasses on cloudy days or else I can barely see since I have to squint so much. I invested in a decent set of Oakley wires a couple years back and they just recently crapped out on me. Got a new pair now with magnesium frames and springed hinges. It doesn't get much better for protection of eyes and style.

Squinting, in the long run, causes wrinkles on the face which make you look older.
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Old 01-06-2005, 11:26 AM   #57 (permalink)
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I can't weigh in on Oakleys as I have never had a pair. However, I love my Revo's and they were well worth the price. I actually had a second pair made with prescription lenses in them.
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Old 01-06-2005, 11:29 AM   #58 (permalink)
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I can't weigh in on Oakleys as I have never had a pair. However, I love my Revo's and they were well worth the price. I actually had a second pair made with prescription lenses in them.
but then you don't have the REVO lenses in them anymore... so you paid for the frames basically.
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Old 01-06-2005, 12:18 PM   #59 (permalink)
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After talking with a guy who is quite obsessed with sunglasses... used to sell them, I've come away with two things: Oakleys are the best sun glasses ever quality-wise, and Christian Dior sucks big.
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Old 01-06-2005, 12:21 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Cynthetiq, Only on the prescription pair. My dive boat glasses and my other pair have the original lenses
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Old 01-06-2005, 12:23 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Cynthetiq, Only on the prescription pair. My dive boat glasses and my other pair have the original lenses
when I have the extra cash I'll do something similar for those times that I have to actually not wear my contacts and wear glasses.
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Old 01-13-2005, 11:16 AM   #62 (permalink)
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I go for cheap myself. I look for the UV sticker on the $12 piar at Kohls and buy something I like, that's all.
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Old 01-14-2005, 04:19 PM   #63 (permalink)
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I used to buy Ray Ban Aviators but I lost them too much.

Now I buy 15$ sunglasses at Walmart that look the same and perform the same function very adequately and spend my money on something else.
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Old 02-11-2005, 12:37 PM   #64 (permalink)
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Just checking back in to say I did get (clear) prescription lenses put in some Oakley O2 frames. I like 'em. I've had people comment on 'em (which has never, ever, happened to me before).

Also, to clarify my previous post, I'm talking only about their full-frame metal models. I'd never buy plastic frame Oakleys.
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Old 02-11-2005, 02:25 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Yeah the O2s are sharp aren't they that is what I have worn for a couple of years now. I like them enough to simply replace the lenses and keep the frames.
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You can just wear coke bottle bottoms. UV light doesn't penetrate glass.
To test your completely inaccurate theory, try lying in direct sunlight through a windowpane for a full 6 hours and come back when you've sufficiently burned your skin.
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Old 02-12-2005, 06:08 PM   #67 (permalink)
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You're the only one that can aswer that question. You can get "foakleys" as most gas stations for $5, it's up to you whether the quality and name brand is worth it to you.
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Old 02-22-2005, 10:41 PM   #68 (permalink)
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Just a couple weeks ago I noticed that I had lost my Dad's 200$ pair of Nikon sunglasses. I am sooo pissed, I can't afford to replace them and I am so spoiled by their lenses now that I won't be able to buy much else. The lenses in there were this amber-purple that made the entire world look newly beautiful everytime I put them on.

Oh and I had kept them perfect for a long time because I knew they were freakin 200$, I took them along on many journeys.
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Old 02-23-2005, 01:15 AM   #69 (permalink)
 
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I bought a pair of prescription Oakleys. While I liked the sunglasses themselves, I never got used to the odd way they handled the prescription insert. I got rid of them after a year or so. I now wear a pair of prescription Vuarnets. Expensive and hard to obtain (you have to order them online and have them made in France), they are the finest pair of glasses that I have ever owned.
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Old 02-23-2005, 08:05 AM   #70 (permalink)
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I have both Oakley sunglasses and prescription glasses. The sunglasses are C-Wires, very *Matrix* style - charcoal black frames with black mirror lenses, I love them, I have had them for over 5 years and they still look like new after much use and abuse. I have never once regretted spending the money on them, because I believe I have had good valuse out of them.

The presciption ones I just got last week, first imprssions are good, lets see if they hold up as well as the sunglasses!
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Old 02-23-2005, 08:56 AM   #71 (permalink)
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i dont think oakleys are worth all the money since they are the same as a lot of other glasses that you can get for maybe 50 dollars. you are just paying for the cool oakley name. i have a pair of von vipers, which i probably also paid for the name, but i know that i got a good pair of glasses too. they fit well and have actual glass lenses so they are hard to scratch. they are also polarized which i need since i spend a lot of time on the water.
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Old 02-23-2005, 11:26 AM   #72 (permalink)
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Oakleys are a little too rich for my blood, but I do wear quality sunglasses. I have two pair of nike sunglasses, one metal frame with reflective dark lenses for looks and general wear, and one plastic sports frame with swap-out orange and amber lenses. those fit snugly and I can take them skiing, mountain biking, lawnmowing, etc...
Inside I wear them on the top of my head and this keeps me from losing them. I have had these pairs for almost two years. both around 60$ in price.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:09 AM   #74 (permalink)
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:21 AM   #75 (permalink)
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i got a coupon type deal the other day for gattaca brand sunglasses where you only pay for shipping *$10-15
and get 4 fours for that much. if anyone wants the website to take a look gimme a pm
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Old 03-01-2005, 03:46 PM   #76 (permalink)
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I have a pair of Fives that I got at an nhra national event like 3 or 4 years ago from the oakley vendor.

they were like 60 bucks, and they're the only shades that fit my face well, and they look better on me than any other sunglasses i've had.


tough mothers too, they've been used and abused. I'm not sure how many times the ear pieces (is that the word for them?) have popped off.



I had a pair of straightjackets when i was 13 or so, but my mom ran 'em over with her fucking minivan.........then had the audacity to replace them with a fake pair her boss was hocking

i knew what was up RIGHT away, goddamnit
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:26 AM   #77 (permalink)
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Mostly you should buy sunglasses for quality. Oakley sunglasses are amazing because they are the strongest lenses out there (industrial grade) Any other sunglasses will just shatter if you got hit with ur sunglasses on. I am just saying they are the best quality for your money. It says something when the soldiers in Iraq use Oakleys over any other brand. (mostly because they can stand shrapnel)
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Old 01-03-2009, 03:36 AM   #78 (permalink)
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I used to know a guy that would only use $600+ fly rods. He seemed to think it made a huge difference in his casting and he simply couldn't fish with the $100 "crap" rods from Cabelas. Then a guy at the fly shop challenged him to cast an expensive rod and a cabela's rod (with tape over the labels) and tell them wich was which and he couldn't do it.

The point is, some people don't feel good about their stuff unless they spend as much as they can afford on it, and people saying things like "better optics" always makes me raise an eyebrow. What does that mean?

IMO with a pair of oakleys you're mostly paying for marketing that they have done to get the perception of "cool". Stuff like UV protection, polarized lenses, etc can easily be found in much cheaper glasses, but you don't get that big elongated "o" on the side that lets everyone know you spent a lot of money on your glasses.
I personally like Ray Bans and my optomestrist approves of the ones I use. That's probably the best test: ask your eyecare providor. They will tell you if your lenses are up to the job and share the downsides as well.

Better optics means your eyes are treated better. That includes the bad light spectrums that are filtered out and how hard your eyes have to work to overcome the distortions of lens you are looking through. When it comes to eyes the money is worth it. Simply stated, Optical Quality means the lens is free from distortion. Lines reflected in the lens will follow in straight lines the even contours of the lens, versus wavy, eye-straining distortions found in non-optical lenses.

Price is not always an indication of quality, but, in general, good optics do cost more. And it's definitely worth it, if seeing clearly and comfortably is important to you! Some specialty lenses, like polarized and photochromics add some additional cost. The quality of the frame is also an issue. Better quality frames hold the adjustment and fit better and last much longer than lower quality materials. Sometimes, you do get what you pay for, but in some cases, you're just paying for a brand name or this season's latest fad. It is important to consider the comfort and health of your eyes when considering the purchase of sunglasses.
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Old 01-03-2009, 05:15 AM   #79 (permalink)
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Since I wear prescription glasses, I have to have lenses for my sunglasses prescription-made. I currently wear Silhouette frames (they're awesome, flexible and impossible to break, look them up) with photochromic lenses that turn dark in sunlight. I'm only ever getting photochromic lenses in future. The one exception is for driving - I have a pair of driving prescription sunglasses since photochroming doesn't work perfectly in a car.
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Old 01-04-2009, 11:40 PM   #80 (permalink)
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I have a pair of Crosshair Titatiums and I absolutely love them. They're so light you never notice you're wearing them, they fit great, and they're really tough. They're also ridiculously expensive. My eyes are more sensitive so I tend to buy better sunglasses and keep them for a long time. The only bad experience I ever had with oakley's was with a pair that had spring loaded hinges which broke after almost exactly a year twice. It's certainly a personal choice but if you know you won't lose them and are willing to pay for the style and great lenses go for it.
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