Family: Wire
Date: April 2010

Frame:
Lens:
Lead
Black Iridium Polarized
$220
OO4044-03
Lead
Emerald Iridium Polarized
$220
OO4044-09
Lead
Ice Iridium Polarized
$220
OO4044-08
 
Lead
OO Blue Iridium Polarized
$220
OO4044-07
Matte Black
Grey Polarized
$220
OO4044-01
Matte Black
Warm Grey
$150
OO4044-04
Matte Black
Warm Grey
$155
Polished Black
Black Iridium Polarized
$220
OO4044-03
Polished Chrome
VR28 Black Iridium
$160
OO4044-05
Polished Gold
Bronze Polarized
$220
OO4044-02


cisco32 -
I got the black iridium polarized ones. Yes, not the most eye-catching model from the brand, but they do their part. The more rectangular lenses compliment my round face, as compared to the earlier model, and they fit me pretty good. No complaints.
PaulT00 -
Frame: Lead; Lens: Emerald Iridium Polarized.

I got these mostly because they had Emerald Polarized lenses (I'm an Emerald fan - I have 7 pairs with the green lenses, 5 polarised and 2 not, plus an emerald slate) but actually I really like them. I've also got the Crosshair 1.0 and the Crosshair S and these are very different - slightly heavier, but a comfortable wraparound fit and what surprised me is the sheer width of those wide, wide wraparound lenses. They look much bigger on me than the Crosshair 1.0s. I don't agree that they're boring, they're quite understated but the overall shape of them is pretty stylised and there is that very wraparound look to them which you don't get with the other Crosshairs. One point deducted because on me, at least, they have to sit just right on my nose or my right eyelashes brush the inside of the lens which drives me mad. However once they are sitting in the right place they're very comfortable and stay put. Very happy with them and may have to invest in another pair or two - maybe an OO blue pol next time.
OAKLEYGARTH -
Frame: lead
Lens: OO blue polarized
A little heavier than the standard crosshair with a little smaller coverage area. Had to get these just for the amazing OO blue lenses. They almost glow
ElMiguel -
Frame: Lead
Lens: Black Iridium Polarized

I bought a pair of these after my Flak Jackets were stolen. My face looks better with lenses that are more rectangular, so these were a great choice when compared to the original Crosshairs. I also found the nose pads to be a lot more comfortable than my Flak Jackets because they didn't compress into themselves after extended wear.

Obviously there aren't really any striking or unique aspects to the frames other than the ubiquitous Oakley "O", but I don't understand why other buyers were surprised at this. It's obvious from the pictures that these aren't those type of "everyone look at me!" shades. I like them precisely because they're simply designed (but with the Oakley quality one expects) yet sophisticated. They pair perfectly with both everyday wear and formal wear.
louie boy -
Frame: matte black
Lens: grey polarized

this cross hair 2.0 frame fits so good behind the ears fits nicely on my oval face. the socks grips well when it is wet since i have a very short hair (crewcut)it is very secured i use this shades for my daily driving and motorcycling activities .very good lenses nicely moulded in the temples through the brows and cheekbones. mostly covered up so i don't have problems of wind getting strained my eyes. lenses give me a full protection from the sun, it is very hot during summertime here in manila, philippines. the grey polarized lenses does all the protection i need, not a strain in my eyes. nice shade and killer looks!!
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