Family: Sport / Jackets
Date: Holiday 2005

Frame:
Lens:
Dark Grey
G30 Iridium
$135
04-641
FMJ 5.56
G30 Iridium
$130
FMJ Dark Chrome
G30 Persimmon
$170
04-642
Jet Black
Black Persimmon to Grey Transition
$220
13-710
Jet Black
G30 Iridium
$130
New Blue
G30 Iridium
$130
New Blue
VR28 Black Iridium
$130
Pearl
VR50 to Brown Transition
$210
13-709
Red
G30 Iridium
$130


jumpman73 -
Frame: Pearl
Lens: VR50 to Brown Transition

This was my first experience with the Transitions lens. First off, the frame is beautiful. The Pearl is such a nice looking frame. I didn't like the rootbeer or brown earsocks or nose pads but it'll work. I guess it is consistent with the lens color. The frame itself is very comfortable and lightweight. The transition lens was pretty neat. I felt like it really adjust well to the light conditions, it wasn't too dark or to bright. It really hit the mark well. The only problem I thought was that it didn't change fast enough. Maybe it was a problem with these lenses but it seemed like it took about 5 minutes to actually change. On the other hand, when you use the UV light on it, the change happens a lot faster.
Bigjimb -
Frame: Dark Chrome (?)
Lens: G30 Persimmon

These bad boys are AWESOME. both in my cabinet and out on the street they stand out from all the other Oakleys i have seen in quite a long while. The Dark Chrome has a question mark as they are more of a copper/bronze colour compared to the other Dark Chromes i have seen, but this just adds to their bizarre appearence and serious coolness! have worn these for the last 2 days and had more stares than have ever had before, even when wearing my Pit Boss. People don't ever say anything, just stare at my face lol. i have a large face so whilst these are big, they don't look any bigger on me than my Pit Boss or my X Squared, so they don't look too ridiculous out in town. i think being 6 and a half foot tall, weighing 17 stone, and being covered in tattoos is the main reason i can carry them off, on someone a little more conventional looking i think they would stand out way too much! can't comment on the anti-fog features yet, but i imagine they will work pretty well, although the lense vents do compromise your peripheral vision a little until you are used to them. all round priceless sunnies, have been after some for years and have not been disappointed
O4life -
Frame: dark chrome
Lens:g30
This pair is bad-ass you have to have guts to wear them kinda like the over the top or medusa, needless to say they turn heads
J Chu -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: G30 RX

LOVE these glasses. The G30 lens is a fantastic all around lens that can be used in many situations. The RX cost me a pretty penny but they were worth it. I use them for MTB as well as daily wear outdoor glasses. I have no problem with the hingeless design - they just go on top of my head since I always wear them the days I wear a baseball cap. Super comfortable. They do look a little dorky as street glasses but if you are fit looking you can probably get away with it
TomG -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Vented G30

The only eyewear I use for riding. Frames look awesome, great finish, and lenses are great for most conditions. 2nd favourite in my Oakley collection. I have to admit, I even wear them out at times! I don't care if they look different!! Who wants to fit in!! Shame they have been finished.
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