Amazing goggles love the colors and lenses. Fits small faces and fits with about every Tyler of helmet…
- carrie, 12/19/13
These goggles are awesome. They are super comfortable, which most goggles I have had in the past are not. I use the persimmon tint lens and absolutely love them. Before the…
- Andrew, 12/14/13
Fit with my giro helmet. Lenses that can be replaced if needed based on conditions. Tip: dont wipe the inside if they are wet let it air dry. This will take the anti fog coa…
- amanda, 10/22/13
Two of my friends have the Oakley A-frame goggles and love them, but I got these because I got a good deal on them. First higher end pair of goggles, and I love them. The an…
- Michael, 03/09/13
These are by far my favorite Oakley's I've had! The original Half-Jackets and Flak jackets were great. The gas cans are cool and I think the Fast jacket had lenses too big. Th…
- Thomas, 12/10/13
I purchased these goggles for my wife who I took skiing for the first time. She loved the goggles - thought they were stylish, did not fog up and were perfect for a sunny to s…
- Chris, 01/22/13
These goggles are great for smaller faces. I'm a lady with a medium face and it was just a little small. Looked pretty good with just a hat on, but I normally ski with a hel…
- Madeline, 04/30/12
Good aviator glasses if you want to look like Goose or Fat Elvis.
Fit is good and they are light. They are not too big and fit well on smaller faces.
One warning: these…
- JOEL, 06/08/13
These sunglasses are pretty sweet. They have a great fit to them and feel pretty stinkin' sturdy. I would like to point out that wearing these does illicit responses such as:…
- Jonathan, 11/09/12
These really are the best sunglasses ive ever had. Really durable and comfortable. Weight is never an issue. You almost forget they're on your face. I've had mine for almost a…
- Caleb, 04/11/11
These sunglasses are great. They are awesome for all occasions including sports, going to the lake, or just going out in public. Definitely a must buy for any person looking f…
- Thomas, 04/12/11
Crowbar/IO/Splice/EG2 owner; these are my favorite. The fit is superb even with helmet because of the indent of the frame so your helmet doesn't push on the tops. I was skept…
- Carlo, 10/21/11
It's crazy to think that a name as big as Oakley all started out in the garage of some guy. That guy, and founder of Oakley, is Jim Jannard. Jim wanted to push the limits of industry standards, so he created Oakley with the idea of making a product which looked and worked better than anything else on the market. That same idea is still around today, as Oakley continues to push the limits of what is possible for sunglasses, clothing, footwear, and gear. Oakley hasn't received over 600 patents worldwide for no good reason, they blend art and technology together to make the latest and greatest in the industry.
Popular glasses such as the Oakley Flak Jacket Sunglasses are crafted so that they will stick to your face as well as your nose in any amount of movement. I think they have people jump and flip on a trampoline at the Oakley HQ to test the sturdiness, but I could be wrong. The Oakley Men's Flak Jacket Polarized Sunglass has interchangeable lenses to improve performance in multiple environments. Oakley glasses are capable of being worn all day without the irritation most other sunglasses often provide thanks to the lightweight and stress resistant O Matter frame material.
On a side note, I'm going to tell you now that from personal experience, the Oakley Gascan Sunglasses are all that and a bag of barbecue chips. These glasses stay in position on your face through any physical activity, and I've made tons of new friends simply because I got my mitts on a pair of these bad ass sunglasses. Overall, Oakley continues to provide quality, reliable, and stylish sunglasses along with other products that launch this organization forward for many years to come.
Don't be afraid, embrace the fact that just about everything in your life will improve once you get a hold of some Oakley sunglasses. At least that's what I think.