Family: Zero
Date: May 1999

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We improved our golf specific Zeros™ by arcing the earstems closer to the skull and streamlining the architecture with an integrated, asymmetrical hinge. The low-profile nosepiece and open-edge lenses let you address the ball without craning your neck. Larger Unobtainium™ earsocks enhance comfort and increase grip during perspiration. XYZ OPTICS® geometry and Iridium™ coatings keep the course contours in critical focus.
Black
Black Iridium
$100
05-251
Black
G30 Iridium
$100
05-261
Blue
VR28
$90
05-267
 
Cobalt
+Red Iridium
$100
05-254
Cobalt
Slate Iridium
$100
05-263
FMJ 5.56
Fire Iridium
$135
05-268
FMJ Platinum
Emerald Iridium
$130
05-266
FMJ Platinum
Gold Iridium
$130
05-264
FMJ Platinum
Gold Iridium
$130
05-260
 
Joker
Gold Iridium
$100
05-257
 
Joker
VR28
$90
05-262


Chaos -
I had a pair of the original Zero 0.4 Squared but when I came in to the oakley HQ because I had some minor issue I can't even remember, they refreshed me to these new Zero 0.4 Squared glasses. I liked these even more.

I loved this pair. I do a lot of small water crafting and these just worked so well. So light, great coverage, nose bombs like pillows hahah

Someone stole mine too. now they are discontinued. I really wish they'd bring these back. Those new Zero L's or whatever just don't look very good IMO.
Celicagame -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black Irdium

U can't remember what I was thinking when I bought these. I do remember thinking "Man, these are really light!". The look of these was really nice too, they screamed Oakley. But they fit me really bad. They ended up being stolen and maybe that person did me a favor
Ian -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: Slate Iridium

Zeros are one of those cult classic sunglass. Most know about them, but the few that really use them swear by them. I love mine. Small, lightweight, unique. You can't go wrong with a Zero. The biggest issue I hear from people is that they don't look right on their face. My answer is that they should wear them when no one is looking, they'll fall in love, and then they won't care what people think.
dan-E -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black Iridium

Finally got to try these on after I saw a friend wearing them. Obviously they're super light, and the design of having the "frame" consisting of only the earstems is very cool. The pair I tried looked pretty well used so I thought they'd slip off easily but that wasn't the case. The lens and the earstems have that built-in base curve so that the back end of the earstems are almost touching which, while not as secure as Juliets, are still solid enough that you could play sports in them without worrying about them being knocked off. And in terms of appearance, I prefer these to the new zero.
saturnine -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black

These are definately some of the lightest glasses out there. They are quite comfortable, and offer good coverage. They are flimsy and feel like they would break easy, plus the lens' scratch a bit easier than others that I have owned. The O icons are painted on, and the one on the right earstock on my brand new pair is already flaking. Good sunglasses, with a few minor issues.
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