Family: Wire
Date: February 2012

Frame:
Lens:
 
Black Chrome
Black-Grey Gradient
$150
OO4060-08
Brown Chrome
Bronze Polarized
$200
OO4060-04
Lead
Black Iridium Polarized
$200
OO4060-06
Lead
Prizm Black Iridium Polarized
$203
OO4060-2261
Lead
Warm Grey
$160
OO4060-09
Matte Black
Black Iridium
$150
OO4060-03
Matte Black
Black Iridium Polarized
$200
OO4060-10
Matte Black
Emerald Iridium Polarized
$200
OO4060-13
Matte Black
Ice Iridium Polarized
$200
OO4060-11
Polished Black
Warm Grey
$140
OO4060-05
Polished Chrome
VR28 Black Iridium
$150
OO4060-02
Polished Gold
Dark Grey
$140
OO4060-01
Ti Pewter
Black Iridium Polarized
$250
OO6014-02
Titanium
Tungsten Iridium Polarized
$250
OO6014-01


The Game -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Black Grey Gradient

I like the look of the first Crosshair but the fit was terrible. When the 2.0's came out it wasn't any better and should'nt have been called Crosshair. The New Crosshair is awesome. Like mentioned before it feels like my favorite wire, the Inmate.
edge2lyfe -
Frame: Ti-Pewter
Lens: Black Iridium Polarized

Very light weight and very comfortable. I agree with the above statement being similar to the Inmate because of the extra coverage. These are nice looking glasses, the only sad part is they're now made in China.
Pjam -
Frame: crosshair matte, polished and Ducati
Lens:
love my crosshairs, they fit right that's why I got me 3 pairs, great shades, sporty and classy at the same time, enjoy
M -
love the fit, so nice and lightweight, coverage is great.
flyer -
Ti Pewter, black polarized.
Pro:
Lightweight ti wearability.
Typical Oakley ne plus ultra optics and clarity.
Great coverage, with virtually unimpeded peripheral vision.
Artful ti-wire manipulation for an unobtrusive and secure fit on my 7 3/8" noggin.

Con:
I approach Oakley design and rendition as artistry for the face.
This New Crosshair is however, invisible in a sea of Ray-Bans, Maui Jims, and Revos.
I'll retrofit a set of coloured icons/socks or somesuch.
Maybe that'll help.
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