Family: Sport
Date: March 2007

Frame:
Lens:
Crystal Black
Black Iridium
$175
09-665
Jet Black
Black Iridium Polarized
$255
09-668
Jet Black
G26 Iridium
$175
09-688
Jet Black
Grey
$155
09-664
Matte Black
Grey
$170
11-471
Matte Black
TR22
$185
53-096
Matte Black
TR45
$185
53-097
Matte Brown Smoke
Bronze Polarized
$235
09-669
Metallic Red
+Red Iridium
$175
09-666
Metallic Red
VR28 Black Iridium
$175
09-697
Polished Aluminum
G20 Black Iridium
$205
09-667
Polished Black
Fire Iridium
$180
team bright green
Black Iridium
$180
OO9056-0435
Team Red
Fire Iridium
$180
OO9056-01
Team Yellow
Fire Iridium
$180
OO9056-02



Ryan -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Fire Iridium
Light glasses, can easily play sports in them, won't slip around. The sunglasses look sick, theyre awesome! They are really sharp, I love how the red and green stand out. It's so much easier watching and playing sports. I'm 16 and got the range lens, so the lens is big on me, should have gotten the path, but these are amazing
anonymous -
Frame: white chrome
Lens: fire iridium
These were my first pair of oakleys, and I have to say there's nothing quite like them. They fits snug, even when my head is bouncing around. They are very light and comfortable and they look awesome. Theyve been through dust, sweat dust and pool water and still are great.
ShadyOak -
Frame: Crystal Black
Lens: Black Iridium

I didn't like the Radar at first, but like many designs they really grew on me. They are a logical next step from the M-Frame. They are super light, very comfortable, you get a choice of nose bomb size, and more aesthetically pleasing IMO. The coverage offered by the Range lens is nothing short of awesome and looks great. Nuff said :^)

P.S. The fact they come with a case is a great bonus!
thebrownbomber -
Frame: Crystal Black
Lens: Grey

I picked these up for $100 intending to buy another lens but the gray has been doing fine and looking good. After a year of heavy use the light scratches are getting on my nerves so I'm looking into a new lens. Awesome coverage, super lightweight, you'll forget you have them on until 10 different people compliment you on your "sweet sunglasses." Everyone likes them. The frame grabs your noggin just fine and doesn't slip off unless you are wearing them really loose. Wouldn't buy the other shapes as Range covers perfectly and is styled as aggressive as it should be. I'd love a mirror lens, but there really isn't anything left to be desired.
wundrdog1 -
Frame: Metallic Red
Lens: +Red Iridium

I would say that I have a medium to large cranium. Baseball cap size is 7&1/4 - 7&3/8. The new Radars fit me perfectly. From some others who've reviewed them, I thought they were going to be too tight, but I tried them on at a bike shop and the fit was amazing. Snug, yet flexible, like they're giving your head a gentle hug, but not the vice-like grip of say a SJ 1.0. Know what I mean? And they are so light! Lighter than M-Frames even. Never thought that was possible. So glad I picked them up! Unfortunately I got them in Metallic Red/+Red so I feel obligated to keep them in the box/display case and never wear them (I also want the Retina Burn [Path], but they have the same issues). Some day I'll have to pick up an old beater pair to wear when I go biking (like white chrome/blue irid). If you wear Oakley while playing sports, these are the perfect pair. Also, the range lens shape has lots of coverage. Not much (if any) light gets around the edges of the lens to your eyes. A primo addition to any O collection. A+
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