Family: Zero
Date: 1993

+Red Iridium
Glitter Gulch
Gold Iridium
Black Iridium

Dullisc -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

The 0.4 lens is a bit bigger than I thought it would be but that is a good thing. The lens coverage is great with a great light fit. Leave them on for a few minutes and you can forget your even wearing them.
The design is more subdued and does not get as much attention as the the others can but you still get that nostalgic feeling when wearing them. A great pair to get into if you looking to start a collection of the Zero lineup as there seem to be plenty of 0.4 in good condition available
A worthy pickup for sure.
Winfried -
Just signed up today looking for parts for mine. Broke the left ear piece today taking 'em off after a bicycle ride. Really bummed - kept them pristine in metal Vault I bought back in "93 in Dallas. Going to superglue for now - after all, they ARE worn in the open position.

Have other Oakley's - these are my favorite for biking and roller blading though.

Still bummed, though. Love those glasses!
BriP -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

Light, full coverage, and unique. Vintage Unobtanium just seems more sticky than the newer stuff, and these dont budge on my head at all. The Gold lens increses contrast so is perfect for driving - even in mid to low lighting. Just managed to pick these up for a song at $90 in really great condition, and just puts a smile on my face. There's nothing like classic Zeros (0.1-0.6). I used to have 0.7's but the fit was just awkward and was too loose for me. 4 out of 5 for non-swappable lens, which means if you scratch it, they're done for. Probably te reason they're getting increasingly rare nowadays!
bearoak -
Lens: Black Irridium
I do miss these Zero's.Light weight great llok and feel exceptional clearaty in all areas of view. Loved em!!
flippj -
Frame: all
Lens: all
slightly bigger than expected, but still ultra light, good coverage and i love the gold iridium and cobalt/+red combos
View All 16 Reviews

O-Review Logo & Design
© 2004-2019 Atom Crown Design and DCJ Productions.
Product Images, Logos and Artwork © 1975-2019 Oakley Inc.
All personal photos © 2004-2019 by their owners...or Rick.