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dirtjump_boy -
very cool lanyard i have one in "dark fatigue?" very very nice, detail is great and u can stick all kind of stuff on the D Rings
JL -
Frame: Fire
Face: Silver

Nice watch but I probably wouldn't pay this much money for a digital watch again. I was attracted to the silver/fire colour which blended in nicely with Fire lenses. Unobtanium band was nice and grips nicely to your arm, and this watch has basically all the features of a Nike sports watch!
oogie -
Frame: Powder Blue
Face: Silver

A great option for the gf/wife! Give them a little something oakley to wear, without having to entertain the idea of a small icon watch (they don't seem to want a watch like that anyhow).
yoko -
Definitely a girl's watch because of it's size. MSRP price is high compared to the product range of other manufacturers. This is now discontinued but can still be found in the O-Vault for $30-40.
Isotope -
Frame: Black
Face: Black

I've had this watch for several years and it has held up perfectly, with one exception - the Unobtainium clasp that holds the band has begun to rip. However, Oakley probably has clasp replacements available. Other than this small flaw the watch is great, it has excellent styling and wonderful features such as dual time zone display, multiple alarms, a well designed countdown timer function, sapphire face, good button layout and the Unobtainium band. This watch was well worth the $180.
Oakleyman -
Frame: Black
Face: Black
GREAT watch for everyday use. I have 4 of them , and they go great with all of my Oakley apparel. Good functionality. I would keep this watch out of the salt water. The band is a bit soft, so you have to be careful.
o-xide -
Frame: Blue
Face: Silver
Looks cheap. The bracelet has the Time Bomb look. I rather wear my Time Bomb
yelkao -
Frame: Black
Face: Red

Definitely a great digital watch. It was my first Oakley watch and it's the one I've used the most besides my GMT. It's a good watch to wear mountian biking and for athletic activities. The multiple alarms and the dual time zone display are nice features to have. This is a tough, practical, multi-use timepiece.
idealoakley -
Frame; BLACK
FACE; BLACK

This is an awsome watch. It is packed with plenty of useful functions and multiple alarms and timers. These are perfect for anyone who is into summer activities that might get them wet. This watch has a unobtanium strap that seems to attract fluff and dust. The face looks very cool with the black face and greyish/yellow numbers. Oakley deffinately should not have discontinued this line.
pepper -
I have the blue and although I like it, it is the least favorite of my 7 Oakleys.. It sticks up a little more than all the others and the band is a little 'stickier'
berbano -
Frame: Black
Face: Silver

I've had the watch for about 6 months now and I'm finally posting the review since I'm just now starting to use the watch what I bought it for. I'm using it to referee soccer games, which has turned out to be a great idea, since I can hold 3 diffrent countdown timers on the watch at one time. Nothing groundbreaking but a nice little feature that saves a bit of time between games i've i'm working a tournament. Alarm isn't the loudest but gets the job done. Styling is simple and the watch on the whole seems to be well made. The light is a little odd, but it works alright. Price is a bit high, but that comes with the "O" i suppose.
insomniac -
I bought this watch 3 years ago. I got the GoldenRod one and a lot of people seem to compliment it because of the design. The battery just went out recently and I've used the light function a lot so the battery life is awesome. I highly recommend this watch.
oogie -
Frame: Black
Face: Yellow

A good little digital watch. I like the contrasting colors with the black face and yellow readout. Good funtionality and features. A bit steep at the $180 mark, especially when the D2 and D3 come out at a cheaper rate. Personally, I use it for a good weekend and vacation/trip watch as to avoid endangering the GMT.
Thomas64 -
Frame: Black
Face: Silver

Great digital watch. All the functions you would expect from a digital watch. The digital display is nice and big. My only complaint is that the rubber band is a little flimsy. Nontheless, it's a great watch.
brian -
This is a great watch for everyday use. It has taken a beating but still looks new. I wear it to work, riding my bike and even to work outside. My battery finally died after five years of use. Well worth the $4 dollars for a new battery.
bong -
Frame: Black
Face: Black

i don't usually like digital watches, but seeing these are Oakleys, i'll let the D1 slide. actually, this is the best looking digital watch i've seen, with an overall design that is unmistably Oakley. i love the embedded Oakley icon and the sculpted buttons. unlike most of the other D1's, i also love the fact that the digital readout are grey letters on a black background instead of vice versa, which adds to the Black/Black colour scheme. the unobtanium band seems to be of lower quality grade than on their Analog series watches, and for some reason it attracts a lot of dust and lint. however, the D1 is very comfortable to wear and does what it does very well.
tb2000 -
Black & Black

Why did they have to discontinue digital!? I really loved D1!! I used them on my long run and marathon. Only complain was the battery issue. Bring back the great watch!!
travee -
Black/Goldenrod
Compared to other digital watches this is top of the line. There are so many features on this watch I still haven't figured them all out. If you do lots of interval training or lap timing this is the watch for you.
The watch band feels cheap however, I have found it to be very resilient and strong. My only knock on this watch is the yellow paint is easily chipped and is falling off. I think that during its time, it was way better then any timex but with a price tag that large for a digital watch many people would bypass it. I think it sucks Oakley is discontinuing their digitals. This is a great watch for any kind of athlete.
idealoakley -
FRAME: BLACK
FACE: SILVER

Overall the watch has plenty of valuable functions and looks good at the same time. I use it in the water and never an issue. My only complaint is that the rubber strap seems to be a lint/fluff magnet.
DEATH-BY-OAKLEY -
Good watch for every day use.
The band is a fluf attractor.
Works well in water.
Great functionality for racing and lap times.
mason65 -
I've been wearing this watch for three years now, and am very pleased with it. Prior to this I wore a Nike "sport" watch which snapped off my wrist after three months. I've worn this watch daily and it has seen its share of abuse. The silver around the face is just starting to chip, and the band really reeks if you don't wash it for awhile, but I can handle aesthetic shortcomings as long as the watch is mechanically solid.
Eric -
Great watch, easy to read, easy to operate and strap is easy to break, but HARD to find... It's been 3 years that I look forward to get a replacement strap, and Oakley discontinued the product so no replacement part available, and it's a unique mount system, so that's impossible to find a third party strap....
cp -
sweet watch! Oakleys first!! bought two and one is still sealed! black on black! then comes the GMT wow! any Oakley watch is great! can't wait for the new GMT 2 to come out!! or the D4!
keep up the superb work Oakley! Thank you!!
Hannah -
A mtinue saved is a minute earned, and this saved hours!
HED4JC -
The first digital watch, it is something an Okaley Collector must have in their collection!
EastCoast -
Frame: Crystal Black
Face: Silver

This is a great watch. Three separate alarms, big clear face, very scratch resistant (no scratches after 2 years+), comfortable. Intuitive in use. Nothing wrong with this watch, everything is right. It would be nice to see Oakley expand their digital offerings, as it is obvious they know how to do it right. (Aside: Further colours would also be nice - Pearl with a different 'jellybean' colour on each button, or Crystal Red with Silver buttons, would be sick.)

Update 06/09/04:
The part of the buckle that holds down the band broke just after having Oakley replace the battery. Very disappointing as I can't wear the watch with the band flapping around. The calendar is good until 2050, so I would expect the watch to last longer than two years, especially as I baby this watch. Bit the bullet and bought a new one. We'll see how it goes. It's still a very tight fit to get the band through, I'm paranoid it will break again. Downgraded to four out of five stars. If this D2 breaks I'll have to advise against this watch completely.
El CID -
Frame: Crystal BLK
Face: SIL
A well made watch that has recieved a hand full of abuse on my part. It's hold up well for it's first year except just recently the strap holder on the band broke, but I'm fixing to place an order for another band. Unfortionatly Oakley is going to discontinue the digital series and carry on with their analog. But I have a feeling that soemthing cool is going to take it's place. Come'on it's Oakley!
Oaklyn -
Frame: Crystal Black
Face: Silver

This watch is excellent so far. I recieved it about a week ago and have had no problems. Large face, excellent features and a nice strap that grips your wrist when wet. I highly suggest purchasing this watch. Check overstock.com, they have this watch for an incredible price that makes it an even better deal.
fin7 -
Crystal Blue/Silver

Bought for my eldest after he lost his crush red skull.
He's abused this watch to the max and still it keeps going, hardly a sign of wear. never a day goes by when it's not on his wrist. If these are to be discontinued, I need to get a replacement.
saturnine -
Frame: Black
Face: Black
Very durable watch, I've been using/abusing mine for the past year and it is in perfect working condition. It does get a bit uncomfortable when sweating, due to the wide onobtanium (rubber) band. Also, the viewing angles of the LCD arent very good, you have to angle it just right to get a good view in the sunlight.
cycling-pablo -
Black/Red
I have never really done the watch thing until I got this watch as a gift from work. I absolutely love this watch! Very well made and well designed. No flaws as far as I am concerned.
evan.carrigan -
Frame: Crystal Black
Face: Silver

Great sports watch. I bought it for runs, gym and roughing it. It certainly does it's job and does it well. Good design and good quality. Easy to use.
sparra -
Frame: Grey
Face: Orange

This is a really cool watch, especially if you're into your sports. My brother owns one for sailing, and it does everything he needs it too, and it looks great in addition! Seems really good quality also, considering he's given it a good beating over the last few years.
tb2000 -
Grey
Since the Oakley discontinued the digital watch series, I've been stocking up on digital model. I use them for running and other sports.
I've used other sports watch, like Casio, Timex (ugh!), Pulsar, Nike (Ugh! x 100)... nothing beats Oakley. Oakley should just add solar panel on it, and bring back D1 and D3!!
TSIcon8 -
Frame: Black/Red
Nice watch, but I dont really do digital watches. Good for when I'm working out or running or just out and about in some relaxed attire. Very durable though as I have had mine for a while and no damages at all.
vindicator -
Color: Black/Red

This classic Oakley digital just screams the Big O. I got mine from eBay and I'm glad I did. I use it for weekend drives, for snorkeling and other watersports. The use of unobtanium makes the watch grip your wrist better, eliminating twisting. Just be a bit careful when putting them on and taking them off, since the sliding fastener could crack in time.
Ann Arborite -
Watch functions well, and I really like the style. The crystal is amazing- No scratches. I never take it off ....until, first the band-holder mysteriously ripped/fell off. Then about a month later I was taking off a long sleeve sweater and the band broke. (I didn't think was being rough)
Oakley was great about replacing the band ($22.50). Good turn-around time.
But, I will be much more careful when taking off shirts from now on.
BTW- My first battery lasted approx. 2 years.
Xtremehardy388 -
Just got a Black/Black, today. Very sporty style and almost weightless. Tons of features and can be overwhelming, at first. Great watch!
Farlius -
Color: Black/Red

Great sports watch. A lot of options/settings. You can beat the crap outta of it. I swam with dolphins with mine. The styling resembles a Blade, which is pretty sweet.
Ian -
I just picked up one from a friend. This watch feels very average to me. Contrary to other posts, I found this watch very counter-intuitive. The center button on the face could have been removed completely, as it only functions as holding a button on another watch might. It's an extra step.

However, it is very comfortable. It's one of the few watches I can wear while asleep. I'll "notice" others during tossing and turning. I appreciate the size of the face and its readability. I also like how the light only lights up the numerals, and not the entire face like other watches might. If you can get one for under $50, go for it. Unfortunately, this is one of the very few Oakley products which I believe is not worth the price.
Xtremehardy388 -
Update from last year's post:

Since I've gotten the D2, I've also gotten the Crankcase, GMT, Judge, and Crush 2.0. However, the D2 is still my "go-to" watch for sports and work (firefighter/fire safety inspector). I also wore it while going through the firefighter academy. It held up like a champ! To replace the strap is about $22.50. Mine was tearing when I got it, though. Anyway, mine was covered in sweat, pounded with water, and abused to the limits. It's still running like a champ! I got my girlfriend the smaller version and she loves it. She is using hers while doing biology research in the rainforest. It's holding up very well.

The D2 is light, has a lot of features, and is rugged. I'd suggest it for anyone wanting a sporty digital watch. Good for sports events, tactical situations, or just an everyday wearer.
Xtremehardy388 -
Another update-swam in about 2 feet of water and the watch died. JUST called Oakley and am going to send it in. They did say that, because the watch is older, they don't have extra parts...
Ed -
Color: Black/Black

I finally got an Oakley watch! Yes, I would have preferred a higher-end analog, but at $30, this was too good to pass up. The styling is very distinctive, with a "swirled" look to the face. The band is pre-curved, which takes a little getting used to but feels pretty good. I was hoping it wouldn't be so thick since my wrist is small, but the mid-size face isn't too bad.
Ed -
Color: Crystal Black/Silver

I didn't need another D3, but I found this one for $25... who could resist? Crystal Black is a very interesting translucent dark grey shade of Unobtainium. The silver buttons create a nice contrast, but on a few of the buttons on my watch, the color of the plastic is uneven (I've seen this before on silver or other metallic-colored plastic). As with all the digital watches, there are many more functions than I will ever use.
Mike -
Nice swirl as mentioned above.. but it was not at all speicified in the website that it was such a tiny watch and having a small wrist, only had like 2 more hole options left to loosen it on my wrist (so what more dudes with big wrists?).. so this is actually what the d5 and d3 are all about when I called customer service.. point is that why sell such a small watch for men's? This was almost a joke if you ask me and infact just to prove my point I am even considering giving this as a gift to my female cousin just cause it really is such a good female watch
Evilunknown1 -
Color: Gray/Red


Kool watch, TONS of functions, if I did any running or anything this would be absolutly perfect ( I figure your gonna get stabbed with a knife eventully, so whats the point? :p ) Only bad thing is it is very very small. But it's alright, this is a good outdoors, fishing etc. kind of watch, not for everyday wear. that's for the Timebomb or the Judge ;)
Calvin -
Purchased one for $20 thinking "what a great deal". Have always loved the quality of oakley sunglasses, but this watch is terrible. After swimming one lap in the pool, never going more than 5 ft below the surface, the screen was blank and water was visible in the case. After noticing this, I went back and looked at reviews on the site where I purchased this watch as well as another site selling the watch, and multiple reviewers experienced the same problem, some after just wearing the watch in the shower.
Mark -
I have small wrists so when I saw the D3 for $20, I bought it immediately. The first D3 died as soon as I went into the swimming pool for the first time. The replacement D3 has worked fine in the water. I like the chronograph function on the D3 better than on my Timex Ironman watch. If you are timing intervals, you don't have to reset the stopwatch to return to 00:00. As well, the watch keeps track of the total elapsed time of all intervals. The "stop" button on the side is a bit awkward but I am giving the D3 a score of four skulls and crossbones because the features are great and it fits my wrist!
flippj -
lovely and light for someone like me with a small wrist and is very active. loads of functions which i hardly use, nice feel when worn. not a fancy watch by oakley standards but still gets people looking when up close-suits my needs to a tee!
Xtremehardy388 -
Watch works great. The "buckle" is extremely easy to break, though. Watch out for that. Otherwise, the watch is great for those who like a lot of features.
Billybob -
Okay I'm convinced. Let's put it to acotin.
Dann -
I could have Cowprint if that does indeed exist, but either way, it's an interesting frame print for the original frogskins.
banarno -
One of the old Virgin Serilium colours they used for the original Frogskins.
About as retro as you can get.
TERRORISM -
Would you really want to wear something like this? 5 stars for originality (other than stealing the idea from a cow or dog), but -4 stars for a hideous appearance. Good luck convincing me to wear this "pattern"...

TERRORISM -
Oakley brings yet another unique colorway to the table with Damson. Deep, dark, and glossy, Damson lives up to its violet namesake. Unfortunately, however, not many lenses match well with this particular frame.

Farlius -
Frame: Aqua
Lens: VR50-Brown Gradient

Wife forgot any and all of her sunglasses while leaving on a trip to Spain, luckily we were flying out of O'Hare and luckily (and awesomely) they have a O-Store in the terminal. She tried on a bunch and when she landed on these she was in love. Not quite as big and obnoxious as many of the newer styles and like a lot they have the gradient which seems to be a staple of the Oakley Women's line. She has a smallish face and they fit great without any unobtanium accenting, something she has had a problem with in the past. Highly recommend for the Wife or Girlfriend
redline8x1000 -
Frame: Black-Red
Lens: Grey

This pair is sick! Picked up a pair for my chic over the weekend and she looks hot in them. Asian fit is the best for Asian faces for sure as I have a pair of the Straight Jackets in Asian fit. The styling of the earstems on this pair is very sexy too with the O logo at the hinge. If I was a chic I'd probably get these for myself too!
Tessie -
Real brain power on display. Thanks for that anwesr!
Dann -
This is the name that Oakley uses for a black frame. Not matte, not glossy, but just a standard frame.
Pander -
Pretty basic color option, not very exciting. Have it on my Square Wire 2.0 and A-wire 2.0. Looks great with +Red or BI.
Ed -
Your basic black frame. Nothing flashy, looks good with just about any lens.
O.T.T. -
Have this on my square wire 2.0
It does the job well, goes with anything and iwth the black iridium lenses and black earsocks the damn thing just looks seamless
bong -
they're basically black frames, with the finish somewhere between matte and glossy. i have these on Square Wire 2.0 and they look good with almost any lens option.
Iggy -
I have this on my Square Wire 2.0 and E Wire 2.0. Nothing much to say about it; a pretty reserved frame colour, but on the glasses I have, it works well. I just wish it didn't have that blue tinge.
Lali -
I like the classic look of my A-Wire 2.0's. Nothing flashy, but a nice touch.
b2r -
I have this on a Square Wire 2.0 with Black Iridium. Looks really good and classy and not flashy at all.
BronzeT -
Out of all my Monster dog colors this one always get attention.Probably the reason why it's one of my favorite color.

Just like the Bronze it's actually much darker than what the photo shows.At first glance it actually looks like tortoise shell.
TERRORISM -
Although not very flashy, Dark Amber serves its purpose by maintaining a neutral color with aesthetic appeal. The transluscent frame seemingly "glows" while being worn or held up to the light and, as BronzeT stated, almost appears to be Brown Tortoise in color.
Wookieman -
A nuetral color that really shines in the sun. Not too different from polished rootbeer. A solid color, but nothing special.
LIEUTENANT -
This one has to be the crown jewel of the crystal frames.Unlike the awful,boring polished rootbeer,this is bright,aggressive but in a strange way mild and mellow as well.It fits in every kind of frame it's used with,and it gives a really strange,all oakley,beauty to every design.Specially for the monster dog that's displayed here,it's got to be the best frame option.Bravo oakley!
Ian -
Very cool color. I wish there was a picture up. I have it on my New Straight Jackets. Google "Patriot Blue" paint for a Dodge/Chrysler, and there you go.
Jay Ho -
Nice lenses. I am a fan of contrast lenses and I wasn't sure about these until I tried them. The view is really crisp through these. I have been wearing mostly polarized lenses lately but there are just days/times when you don't need it. They can be a bi dark for certain apps but overall, a very versatile color. I have then in my tortoise Hijinx and with the large frame coverage, it makes everything just a touch darker still. I think the color of the frame has a lot to do with these lens' asthetics but on a brown type frame...HOT HOT HOT!
RangerK -
I got a pair of these direct from Oakley. These are far better than even bronze polarized, in terms of full sun as the base bronze in bronze polarized is too light. I'd like to see the SI glasses come with this lens color as an option.

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Wookieman -
I used to have this lens in the Felon and Hijinx. It was alirght at first but it seems just a little too brownish-green? It is good for extremely bright light. The lens does help increase contrast and green really seems to pop, but when put up against bronze or bronze polarized, they just seem to make the world look a whole lot nicer. I have since replaced the lens in my hijinx with bronze polarized and the Felons spend a whole lot of time in the drawer.
Ian -
If I could, I'd give Dark Bronze a solid 4.5. Darker than Bronze, lighter than Grey, but with increased contrast. I find myself wearing my Hijinx with this lens on bright days without a second thought. A very good all-purpose lens.
Jon -
I have no idea why these have such a low rating! These are GREAT! I love contrast lenses, and have Titanium and VR28 Black Iridium lenses. I wanted something similar but different at the same time. Although the base is almost identical to the Titanium, there are subtle differences. These are great for all conditions, and haven't let me down yet. There isn't any iridium coating on these, but your eyes are pretty well hidden behind these lenses. Great lenses overall!
Adam -
I agree with Jon. These lenses should be rated much higher than a 3.2. These are great contrast lenses and offer a wide variety of versatility. Overall, these are excellent!
iridium ? -
i somewaht feel oakley is running out of iridium, as most of the lenses wih this coating are unavailable. And non-iridium lenses are wide available.
So instead of tungsten or titanium-iridium i bought dark bronze for my split jacket. overall i am very happy with the lens as it ofers all the constrast i need and very good protection against bright light. Only in some situations with lot´s of glare (glass, asfalt, water ) i wish they had iridium coating, or at least polarized wich is only available in the bronze.

Ed -
Very low-key matte grey/black. Not too exciting from a color standpoint, but the rough texture is unique.

Looks a lot like a chalkboard.
LEX7 -
This is basically a matte black coloured frame but Dark Carbide sounds better. I have this on the Mag Four S and when teamed with the black iridium lens this is a very badass frame colour.
Dann -
Beautiful Matte Black frame. The matte finishes on the Mag series all make them seem very study and a bit thick.
x-metalman -
I've always liked this frame color, and the name makes it sound really cool as well. Would look good paired with Ruby or Ice.
RubyMars -
A versatile frame color for wire sunglasses. Obviously goes well with Ruby, but I also like it with a more subdued Black Iridium. Lets face it, wire's are to look dressy, so sometimes you have to go subdued, and this goes perfectly with a black lense, whereas silver would stand out.
Iwan -
Very nice matte finish which goes well with almost every lens option. Can chip though so be carefull!
dta15m -
nice finish very dark like a matte black look.
Ed -
Think of this as a matte version of Dark. Even more conservative since it's a matte finish. Still looks good with any lens.
bong -
really nice frame finish. they're matte black, and look awesome on my A-Wire 2.0 Spring Hinge with Ruby lenses.
DoctorCrip -
I like Dark Carbon just as I like Carbon, but I prefer this a bit more due to the matte finish. However, both go great with almost any lens color as well as with almost any color or style of clothing.
Rick -
I find this to be an interesting black frame treatment. I think it really benefits from the beauty of the 24K Gold lens in my Matt Kenseth limited edition Splice.
TERRORISM -
Dark Chrome maintains a "neutral" look, appearing almost to be a polished black frame. In fact, the frame appears to be identical to its o-matter counterpart (polished black) in the Matt Kenseth Splice. Due to it's "dark" hue, it also looks great paired with just about any lens option. Unfortunately I'll have to rate this a bit lower due to the color not really having any differentiating characteristics.
oogie -
Again, the chrome FMJ series are some of my favorite frame options. I think the sheen and "tough" look they bring really highlight the frame's lines.
bong -
really interesting frames. they're a very dark grey (almost black) colour but the shiny chrome finish give it nice, subtle colour changes and depth.
TheVault -
Not very flashy, kind of like a black chrome but matte.

I have it on my Splice, and it really looks like polished black to me. A pretty normal frame for my taste.
BrianJ1888 -
A little better at blocking out light than the normal Crystal Blue. It's kinda navy/black out of the light, and more blue in the sun.
RubyMars -
Not a terribly exciting frame. Unlike the black. Not quite as versatile with black, seems to work with neutral lenses like Black and Ice. Forget about flashy stuff like Fire. Also a good partner for G30. Looks almost Identical to Gunmetal FMJ, so if you're strapped for money, good alternative.
Ijon__Tichy -
In my opinion the best grey/black lense.

+ Looks more dark green than dark grey !
+ Enhances contrast very well!
+ (I know that this is subjective, but) very very clear!
+ Has no Iridium coaring but it is very hard to see your eyes because the lenses reflect very good (at least that's what I experienced with my bottlegreen Eye Patch)!
+ No Iridium coating -> less scratch sensitive
+ Cheap

I understand that a lot of members think the 2005/2006 lenses are boring and they may be wright, but the dark grey lense is very, very nice! I'ld love to see this one with a nice Iridium!
Rick -
I've got this lens in several different frames. I think it makes a great daily wearer. A real work horse. You don't have to spend time thinking "Is the right lens for today?" since is has a versatile nature. It does have a pale dark green appearance to it. Definitely a worthwhile lens to have in the collection.
Tick -
I like the Greenish look of this lens. It's not flashy but it's certainly not boring. It's got it's own look. It look awesome in the Crosshair.
american image -
very neutral almost all day wearing lens, might be too neutral for extreme light conditions good in all framecolours
Ed -
A good all-purpose lens that goes with a wide range of frame colors. Not quite as dark as Black Iridium, so I don't mind it as much even though it is a neutral tint. Although Oakley is more famous for their mirrored lenses, these non-Iridium tints are great for a less flashy look. Compared to regular Grey, Dark Grey has a slight greenish tint.
BrianJ1888 -
Nice neutral frame with a little more gloss and metallic look than plain black.
LEX7 -
The only reason this gets a 2 is because its my first set of these and its a nice change from normal grey. Basically its just a darker version of the grey lens, which makes it more useable as I for one cant wear the normal grey lens if the sun is shinning even a tiny bit. Probably be the new grey (overused boring lens)
Pander -
It's a bit of a want-to-be metal. It has to look like a steel frame, but it isn't so it's a bit dissapointing.
johnnyfreeball -
got these in my crosshairs. i love that it doesn't mirror. the inside of the lense has a greenish hint, but that actually helps it feel more soothing, i think. i like 'em.
LEX7 -
i would call this more dark silver, as it is quite metalicy, it is used on the ducati frames and i think works well. would prefer if it had a glossy finish though.
Viscouse -
I got this in my Why 8.0s. It goes great with the demure nature of the glasses. What a perfect fit. I especially like (as has been said before) the greenish tint. It's strangely soothing, so I'll take it, and it has an air of mystery (are those...are those green? And grey? At the same time?). This great lens doesn't need the Iridium, it's all good by itself.
Pander -
Very comfortable lens. Very easy on the eyes when the sun is not that bright. The absence of an Iridium coating makes this a really cool looking lens. It's a perfect alternative for when you don't want Iridium, but still want a well protecting lens
DoctorCrip -
One of my favorite "standard" colors for my O Matter frames. It has a matte finish, which I prefer to glossy and it goes great with all of my favorite lens colors. As Pander noted, it also gives the glasses a metal-like look which is yet another plus.
Wookieman -
A great nuetral color that looks good paired with many lenses. It is a great alternative to boring old black while still being very conservative. I paired my dark grey flaks with a VR28 black iridium lens. Perfection.
Ian -
I have it in a few glasses. I wish there was less greenish tinting to it. Dark Grey is a misnomer. I think Olive Smoke would be more appropriate.
TomG -
I have this option in the Pro Racing Jacket. Great pairing for Vented G30 lenses. Gives a sleek stealthy look.

Sweet!
chef boy -
are these totally reflective?
LIEUTENANT -
This is one really fine lens!Prior to the dark grey,I was used to black,or closer to black lenses mostly,i.e.emerald iridium etc,and my first encounter with those,was kind of strange.They were brighter than I expected,the green tint was a major change,and difficult to get used to,plus not to forget the lack of iridium.Yet,the dark grey lens is fantastic in every way.The "brightness" is translated to versatility,since while they have 10% light transmission according to oakley,they manage to do really well in overcast days,and the lack of iridium,makes them fit with any kind of outfit,whether you're wearing suit or casual.I should mention that I have this lens in my unknown,and they are one of the finest pieces of oakley eyewear in my collection.Five skulls definitely!
Celicagame -
What a great lens. But it's so under used. These look great when paired with a gold frame like the inmates and probation. My only complaint is that there is no polarized version
b2r -
A neutral color that is not as dark as Black and darker than Silver. Goes very well with several lens colors. Looks best combined with black on two-tone frames.
Zax -
Amazing lens! I hate the Grey base lenses due to the lack of contrast, but absolutely love these. I have these in the Foose Gascan's, and was able to wear these all day without any issues. Too bad there's no Polarized Version of these. I also don't know of any other lens that gives off a green hue. Very subtle though. The mirror on these seem more apparent than others, so that's always nice. Great overall lens! Very impressed with these. Almost the opposite of the amazing Warm Grey lens!
banarno -
I think this was an exclusive colour to the Collegiate range.
Nice rich,individual colour.
Iggy -
One thing I didn't like was that it wasn't nearly as dark as I expected, comparing Oakley's pictures and the real deal. However, the transparent parts of the frame really, really caught my eye. Lovely effect!
b2r -
It's a bit lighter than Dark Grey. Looks good combined with the crystal parts underneath. Would be nice on other models too!
TheVault -
Very nice crystal frame, on the MD it becomes almost black when you wear it.

I find that putting a lens with a high transmision percentage lets some light enter the frame so it can show the crystal quality of the frame better.

Its the exact same frame color as the one in the Olive fluoro pack.
Ian -
I love the color, and it is the only reason that I own a Flouro Pack. I really do dig on the variety of Olive colorways.
The Game -
I liked this color so much when I saw it that I bought the oil drums even though they never fit me. I remember walking into an O-Store and trying this on. I felt I could pull the model off but I was just in love with the color. Closest color I found was the dark olive on the gascan
oogie -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G40
The Dart is officially my favorite frame of the new women's line of eyewear. The inner hinge design is very unique. And it is the first large shield for women that I think actually looks fantastic when worn. Very good fit (since my wife (filipino) can wear them).
OsmosisJones -
Frame: Slate
Lens: Gray
I got these a few weeks ago for my girlfriend and then got her Riddles as well. She prefers these over the Riddles any day. The hinge-design is amazing, the clarity is of course outstanding and the case that comes with it is very helpful. The white bag makes it all look classy. She loves it and I love them on her. Good glasses.
Rick -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G40 Black Gradient
My wife looks great in these. They are very similar to the Riddle, but they have a refinement that the Riddle just doesn't quite have. Nothing against the Riddle. Their may only be 4 color combos, but they are all pretty sweet. The detailing on these is quite unique. Oakley seems to be concentrating on the inside of glasses almost as much as the exterior finish. The fact these come with the white leather vault is a plus. My wife is happy and for that, I award 5
stars.

NB: A few people have commented that their vision goes a bit wonky when they try them on. Not sure as I haven't noticed this, could be the gradient but I thought it might be worth mentioning. I would recommend giving them a test run prior to purchasing.
dan-E -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black/Clear Gradient

It's probably the only one of the new Women's Line that guys might try on (not that I did or anything) as long as they don't get a glimpse of the Berry frame. The hinge design is quite lovely - you know, if you're a chick and into something like that - and the overall shape of the frame make it look much less garish that the similarly sized Riddle. Clearly a women's design, some Metrosexual guys might actually love this (not that there's anything wrong with that).
Eddy -
Frame: Polished Gold
Lens: G40 Black Gradient

Had them custom made for my mother as a mothers day present, she went bonkers when she got them. It's the best looking frame/lens combo.
Hexesonxs -
Frame: Slate
Lens: G40 Black Gradient

This model has been a very good seller for as long as I've been working for Oakley. I frequently have to tell people that this model is "unisex" because we honestly have just as many male customers who buy Darts, although our customer base is largely South American and European, which may explain things. Overall, it's a well designed pair of sunglasses and extremely durable.
Michelle -
Frame: Dart
Lens: I purchased these glasses last year, only 6 mths later a smuggy mark appeared on the lens. The mark looked like the tinting was wearing off. I then sent them back to ebay who replaced the lens. About 3 mths later i lost them. So i purchased another pear. AGAIN 6mths later the lens got little glinpses in the lens????? I suggest that no-1 buy these glasses unless prepared to stuff around with oakley. Very disappointing
Please let me know if anyone eles has had this problem.
m_shell@hotmail.com
Rosa -
Frame:Slate
Lens: Gray
I LOVE these glasses! I had the Haymakers before these and I've never been so happy with a pair of sunglasses! They look great and I get a ton of compliments on them!
Farlius -
Frame: Brushed Bronze
Lens: VR50-Brown Gradient

Wife loves them and the biggish style, but she somehow cracked the lense on the upper left side. She has been meaning to send them in (aka, have me send them in) but they're still sitting in one of her fancy white hard cases and she's been circulating through her other pairs. She likes the color scheme and the full lense format.
wyogirl -
Frame: dart
Lens: black gradient
I have had these glasses for about 5 years. I have had to send them back to Oakley twice ( on my dime of 65.00 each time) to have the lenses replaced. Granted I love the design and look but the lenses suck. They told me not to put any lense cleaner or anything but water on them which I have done and I still had to have the lenses replaced....Take your chance with looking great but shelling our some extra dough!
Mrs H -
Frame: Polished Gold.
Lens: Brown - Clear Gradient.
These were one of my early purchases and I absolutely love them to this day. Had absolutely none of the problems previously mentioned by others with the lenses either.
The design of the glasses is detailed and I get loads of compliments on them.
I love the hard, white vault that they come with too.
I used to have 2 pairs of Riddles, which I think are a similar size, but didn't keep them as they rested on my cheek. A problem I definitely do not have with the Dart.
So, in summary, a classy, stylish pair of sunglasses which are very comfortable and long-lasting.
Sanne -
Thanky Thanky for all this good infomration!
Dann -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey
I spent weeks bugging the guy at Newport Sunglasses, seeing when the Dartboards would come in, and about 3 months waiting for them to be available since they appeared on the website. Finally one day I decide to pop in and see what the status was after bugging a few other stores while I was at it. Behold, the Oakley rep was stocking the case with the newest glasses. I asked to try on the dartboards and bought the only one they had before it could even make it into the display case. The NightCamo frame has a nice design on the armbands, and a stainless steel joint where it connects to the lens. The lens is continuous throughout the left and right side with no frame surrounding it. The grey lens I chose is good for most lighting conditions. It handles well in bright light like Black or Ice would, but won't cause you to be sightless once you walk into a dark indoor room. Evening light should be sufficient, but low light should be restricted to G30 or Titanium Clear. The lens tends to become oily due to the lack of frame, but cleans a little more easily due to the same fact. I recommend the dartboard for it's light weight and cool style.
Chris Thombs -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G30

I was thinking of this cool combo to match my spring wardrobe but the colors didn't quite match my shoes.
Bryan -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

Haven't been able to find a pair of glasses that fit as well as the old straight jackets. I had all but given up when I walked in an O Store and found the dartboard. Glasses fit great, and are even adjustable so that I can get that perfect fit.
luke -
Frame: White Camo / Night Camo
Lens: Clear / Grey

I tried out those 2. As said by others, extremely light weight. Ear stems are softer than other jackets... flexible.

The camo prints on the ear stems look a little crappy. Low res... decolorized... unlike those we see in the website. Bummer.

I didn't get em... cuz I hate frameless. And the lens are a little too large for me.

kingphilbert -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

I was hoping that maybe this would be my next pair of Oakley's. Hoping I would get them by summers end. I found myself face-to-face with them this afternoon so I gave them a try and my first question was answered instantly. They feel incredibly similar to the old Sub Zero.

A lot of flex in the lens and you can see that Oakley had intended for it because the ear stems don't open and point straight back until they are on your face. Kind of a built in spring. The fit did remain a little loose. They are beautifully designed, but a little too light and flexible in my opinion. A little too much lens as well.

I wouldn't wear them for sports. I would hate to have the lug that holds the earstems to the lens get pushed into my face either. The pair I tried had sharp little edges split into it. The lens picks up too much facial grease (just like the old Sub Zeros) because it sits so close to your forehead.
NeptuneTQ -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti Clear
I've grown to love these lenses. I don't know why. It's very cheap feeling, too light, not too much material, flexy plastic, and a little large for my face... but I can't help myself each time I pass the sunglass store to stop and stare then try them on. The Clear lenses is very cool, and it's highly reflective (though not totally mirror) so it creates a unique look in a lit place. Definitely designed just for style when you go out at night to a club. I might not be able to stop myself from getting a pair.
Oakleyman -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Black

These are ok, I have 3 pairs. But they fit sometimes uneven because of your ears. Hard to adjust to get straight on your face. The other alternative for me would be the new Zero's.

Jah-9's -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Gray

I love my Dartboards! I got them from Dann (ha ha ha!) in perfect condition of course, and I wear them on partly cloudy days or when I feel like a more distinctive look is called for.

They come with attitude, so your mood is somewhat important. The lens does get greasy, so a little maintenance is required. And it's not the best for athletic or combat situations, despite the fact that you feel like you're in the matrix when you're wearing them.

What's cool is that there's no upward limit to what you can see - you can look up as high as your eyes will go and see the sky, still tinted by lens and not blocked by a frame or blinding by coming over the lens.

So anyway, I like them. And Dann, you should buy another pair to replace the one I took.
sparra -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Titanium Clear

I've worn my brother's pair of Dartboards and they are pretty cool. I didn't buy them myself as they sit too high on my nose, but if you have the right nose and face they are the ultimate in poser Oakley's. Titanium clear lens is excellent on duller days but if it's bright then the glare is considerable. Excellent glasses though, hats off to Oakley for moving into this part of the market.
Kerel -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

I love these sunglasses, but there is no unobtainium on the arms!! Is there a solution to this, can I order new arms? I was very disappointed, because when I put the things on my head, they fly off, unlike all of my other pairs. I noticed that the white camo pair I saw had the rubber, which is even more puzzling.
LEX7 -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium
These glasses kick ass, they are so unlike any other oakleys I have. They are very comfortable and you can hardly feel them when they are on.
I know people are saying these are more fashion glasses which is unlike oakley and I aggree, but it is nice to have a change.
I have alot of oakleys that are too casual to wear while im working (I wear a suit at work) so I think these are perfect if you want a nice pair of oakleys that go great with smart clothes.
JL -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black

I've had these for a while now, they do tend to get greasy as the lenses get close to your eyelids but I can't complain because these sunnies have got attitude! The polished silver on the temples and the nosepiece are a nice touch as well. Five out of Five!
o-xide -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti clear
The nose piece broke off but Oakley replaced them no charge with no receipt ( got lucky) I use this a work for eye protection. Gets good coverage side to side. Very stylish as well. I get all the complements. Extemely light and doesn't pinch my head.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Honey
Lens: Bronze

The honey frame color goes very well with the bronze lens. This is an extremely lightweight frame. Its a little feminine but I think it could be pulled off by anyone. This offers excellent eye coverage.
Gyo -
Frame: Camo
Lens: Clear Titanium

As being an Asian, it is hard to find sunglasses that actually fit you well. The spacing between my eyes and the lens are far enough to seem like its floating. (Funny enough, for most of you guys, you might not be able to understand my joy, but, really, being an asian and having a flat face, you really gotta look for sunglasses that actually fit you. It's sad when your sunglasses move up when you smile because your darn cheek meat just lifts them up... FUN!) Anyway, there is one downside. It could be because I am Asian, but I feel like there is too much reflection in the inner part of the lens, which makes it hard for me to see at nite... Anyone have suggestions? Don't wear them? Oh, please don't tell me that... :)
dan-E -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Titamium Clear Iridium

Like someone said in an earlier review, these fit a lot like the original zeros. For me anyway, that's a good thing since they fit me pretty well. I wouldn't use them for sports or anything since the metal lugs seem more fragile than the plastic hinges on the old zeros. Still, as far as fashion glasses go, these do have a distinct "Oakley-ness" about them.

I just don't care for the Titanium Clears as a lens. They look alright but there isn't much of a difference in lighting when you're wearing them. It's only marginally darker and there isn't a tangible increase in contrast.
Mojo -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

I'm ambivalent about these. I like the look of them and I love how lightweight they are (you literally feel like you're wearing nothing at all), but I constantly feel like I'm going to break them. There's something fragile feeling about them that makes me nervous (I can be hard on my glasses without intending to be and although I haven't damaged mine yet, I feel like it could happen at any time). I also find that the arms get caught on my hair easily, managing to pull on single strands that (of course) hurt like...well, like someone's pulling a single strand of hair out of your head. They're good for driving and comfortable on the face, but the difficulties I have with the arms and the overall fragile-feeling of the design keep me from really loving these. I do have 2 pairs that I picked up cheap at an outlet, though, and I do enjoy wearing them now and then. They're a nice change of pace and look a little snazzier than many other models.
Synergy -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

Fantastic glasses, much more towards the fashion-oriented market than most Oakley stuff and it's a direction Oakley should explore more often. Pros: Very lightweight. Look fantastic. Cons: I think perhaps the lens height should be reduced a touch, I know they're doing a Dartboard L so what about a Dartboard S? And perhaps the camo print could be more detailed. Anyway neither of these are enough to detract from a five star rating. Go get them!
Rick -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium
I picked these up for a secretary where I work, and I'll be damned if I didn't keep them for myself. It's not like I put them on and said, "Oh, I must have them", it was more out of a need to add something a little different to my collection. I don't think there's much chance of me hitting the streets in these since there a bit too "pretty boy" for me, but they are worth owning a pair.
Pez -
Frame: white camo
Lens: Titanium clear
I love these. They're fun to wear. Look classy and fit well for me. I'll admit as with any of the TI clear lens they leave a lot to be desired under extreme light conditions, but you can where them any other time. Just really cool among my top 3.
Pez -
Frame: berry
Lens: G30
Ok I will be the first to admit these are probably intended for women, but I don't care! I look good in them. They go well with dress clothes and have a certain darkness to them that is rather cool. They are not in my favorites, but I still like them a lot.
jumpman73 -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Titanium Clear
I'm a huge fan of the white camo color. This pair is pretty sweet. Its really cool to chill with these on wherever you go. They are very light and comfortable as well. My fiance plans on using these when we go out for a bike ride.
O-minous -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Grey Polarized

Easily the most conservative variant in the Dartboard lineup and IMO the only one that really suits guys. The frame and lens construction is surprisingly sturdy, more so than I anticipated and the subtle but well positioned o icons finished in dark gunmetal complete the low-key package. Despite the lack of Unobtainium on the ear-stems the Dartboards fit securely, though I had to tweak the nosepieces a little to have them sit just right. The lens is probably the most understated of all Oakley lenses since it lacks even the iridium mirror finish. They’re pretty decent at cutting out glare though and complement the frame well. The coverage is excellent and its light enough to wear for long periods. I find the effect you get off wet road surfaces and car windscreens etc. (common to all polarized lenses) to be more prominent in these than with Ice or Black polar lenses. I wonder if it’s got something to do with the continuous lens construction.
oogie -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G30 Black

My wife looks fantastic in these. I raise a brow a bit at how this style can be pulled off real well for the guys, but I'm sure you do it very well. I love the original Dartboard styling over the freaky L or S versions.
TiO2 -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G30 Black

When I first picked these up, I wasn't sure I would enjoy them for everyday wear, but the longer I have them, the more I love them. They are super lightweight and offer coverage as well as an M Frame. I will more than likely pick up the Honey/Bronze at some point, for the fact that I don't like wearing a color that looks nice with Berry everyday...
Tick -
Frame: red camo
Lens: black
Classy looking, lightweight, and very flexible. These would look great on Paris Hilton...hey wait. That kinda describes Paris Hilton too. :^)
dan-E -
Frame: Berry
Lens: G30

These being the "women's styles" I didn't really give them much thought until I saw this girl at my local cafe wearing them. While I'm not a fan of this model, I have to admit that the Dartboards look pretty damn good on her. Oakley knew what they were doing when they designed these and for whatever reason, they look perfect in that pinkish tone, whether sitting in a display case, or sitting on the face of some attractive woman. I even told her so. After which she said "eww get away creep." (I may have made that last part up.)
LUSCIOUS -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti Clear
Very light... veryt flexible... and considering they're big and wide, they fit on the face real well. The Ti Clear isn't the greatest outdoor daytime sunglass, but what other glasses are there that can be worn indoors and even at night time. Great fashion add-on. Love 'em.
siberyan -
Frame:Honey
Lens: Bronze
I bought it to my girlfriend...
It's simply awesome! Extremely fashion and extremely lightweight.
Don't recommend for sport, but perfect lifestyle sunnies
american image -
Frame: berry
Lens: g 30

This is a typical female shade , completely with female logo, i think all dartboards are supposed to be for women in general. very nice to wear. all around good piece of eyewear only flaw is the nosepiece, you notice it while wearing the dartboard
Jonathan Tung -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

Gyo,
I totally sympathize with you on the asian thing. My parents are Chinese and I get the "cheek meat" thing too, but probably less so than a few of my other yellow brothers and sisters out there. I guess I'm lucky that my glasses options are at least that much broader.

The good thing about the Dartboards I'll say is this: their nose pads offer a little bit more versatility than the other wires so you can work around the Asian face problem a little more than with Oakleys where the nosebombs/pads are part of the frame itself. I think Oakley anticipated that there would be a broad clientele interested in these things.

As a lightshield, I think there are some that look better aesthetically. However, I'd have to say that I'm surprised that this one actually turned out so well. When I first heard about the Dartboards, I went, "Oh, God. Oakley's going down the fashion route."

Now, I'm a little more accepting of it. I try to think of them as cousins of the Zeros and M-Frames as they share the Polaric Ellipsoid technology.

The bad thing about them is that they just don't quite convince me of their being an Oakley spirited sunglass as much as the M-Frames or the Zeros.

In conclusion, this one is really up in the air for me. I end with 3.
rolyatnerrad -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Titanium Clear

To start with, I rated these a four because they were about a year late coming out, everybody grabbed the Beckham lookalike Guccis et al in the previous year, and if Oakley were aiming these at the fashion market, they should've got their fingers out and released them earlier, I bet they missed out on a few grand!

I got these as a present from my girlfriend who bought them after I tried them on in a store and saved them until Christmas. Nice surprise!

I wore them all day without noticing I had them on until they steamed over whilst drinking coffee! They are so light and comfortable, and beleive it or not, do alter light conditions slightly and are good for driving in.

I would have preferred a nosepeice similar to the old Zeros with the really soft Unobtanium instead of the more run of the mill wire bits, and Unobtainium on the stems! not that they really need it as they don't slip anyway, but I just feel that they should have it, maybe as a strip on the inside of the stem if not all the way around.

They have some nice detailing right down to the screws that hold them together.

I wont be wearing them very often as I don't want the lens to scratch and I like my Metals too much, but these will go well when I have to look smart without being too noticably covered in Oakley!

I'll be getting the Night Camo ones soon to keep them company!
x-metalman -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium
These are all around awesome glasses. They are very lightweight and very cool looking. The design is very fashion foward. The Polished Black/Black combination is my personal favorite, but these eventually had to go because I have become too spoiled by X-Metal. Still, overall 5 stars.
702_Omatter -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Clear Titanium
Love these dartboards. Very comfortable, you'll forget your even wearing them. You can even wear them during the night. Perfect for wearing during clubbing. Has a designer touch that most oakleys dont have. Tint of titanium lens is barely noticeable. Very lightweight. Problem is, lens get fogged easily. Lens is fragile, thin plastic and since the lens has no outer frame, it can snap in half easily if not given proper care. The lens are also unusally large. But nonetheless, I still love this glasses and one of my favorite oakleys. This one's the sixth pair in my collection.
O_MattR -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

I had wanted these for a while but but they just hadnt made it to the top of my list, but I finally gave in a couple weeks ago when they went on sale at the Vault. These are very very light and comfortable and I love the unobtanium on the end of the stems keeps them from moving at all.
cycling-pablo -
Frame: honey
Lens: bronze
This was the first pair of glasses I bought for someone else and they went to my current girlfriend for x-mas. I really like the looks of them and they are fairly solid for being a lens based frame style.
yoko -
Frame: All
Lens: All

Light, light, light. Fit is like the new Zeroes and the lens size is just about right for blocking the sun. Design is more on the feminine side, much because of the lens vs ear stem size, but will not look bad on a guy. The White Camo/Clear lens combination is best for a night out/clubbing.
O_saru_X -
Frame: Tortoise
Lens: Gold Polarized

Great stuff. Color's awesome, gives great contrast, good with any clothes, any situation. Always get compliments for them. Great polarization.
hillinsnow -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium
Very Light. I sometimes forgot the fact I was wearing sunglasses even if I wasn't used to having tham on. Also stylish! One of a few that would match a high fashion.
pariahnihilist -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey
My 2nd foray into the world of Oakleys after more than 7 years ...and what a pleasant surprise....Great pair of sunnies, light flexible and yet would not 'run' about even with big movements and no head strap. I would love to say its great for sports but due to flimsy nature of the lenses, i would not recommend it to prevent any accidental breakage of the lenses...more of a fashion sunnies with great protection...that said its my 1st pair of Oakley sunnies which fitted perfectly on my rather wide hamburger face and small nose....But a tad too flimsy for my liking after i have found the Monsterdog and X metal range of sunnies.....
BiGCoB -
Frame: night camo
Lens: Grey
I've been harassing my OPD for two month until they were released in France. I bought these Dartboard as soon as he got them in store.

I think I've never worn sunglasses lighter than the Dartboards. You can really wear them during hour and never feel them weighting on your nose and/or ears. This is fantastic but it's quite disturbing sometimes because you can easily forget that you are wearing them. That feeling is enhanced by the fact that there is no frame and the coverage is excellent, so you don't have the impression that you are wearing sunglasses. Wearing dartboard's is more like wearing tinted contact lens (if that exists).

Little cons : after a year of use, the lens has been cracking in the middle, where the nosepiece is fixed. So I had to change it. Furthermore, the Unobtainium piece are being used on mine but retailers never have these piece, and the seems really hard to change. I need to see if I can get some new.
By the way, those Unobtainium inserts are not advised for long hair. I assume that's why they were removed on the second generation of Dartboard's.
Italianbarista -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: TiClear

I love these glasses! I wear them on days that it isn't too sunny out and just as an accessory really! Indoors you do get a lil of the ghosting that occurs with most ticlear lenses. Great, lightweight design!
Pander -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey
When first putting it on it felt a little cheap. The plastic bends, even the lens bends a lot. It is very light and veruy fragile. Nontheless, it looks quite stylish and simple.
dirtjump_boy -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti Clear
looks good on girls but also on men.Don like the ghostin efect.But they are extremly comfy its like u dont wear anything.its good for thoes glubing nights.
5 skulls for the fit, 2 for the ti clear lens
takashi11 -
Frame: polished black/ white camo
Lens: black iridium/ ti clear

Very different from my other oakleys, the large lense without frame make it flex a bit. When I took it out of the box...I was kind of thinking...this isn't that great for a oakley.
But when I put it on...damn..it just rocks like any of the other oakleys I had. Vision without a doubt is oakley's usual AMAZING. Although feels a little cheap to handle because it lacks metal and a lot of hard plastic, but that contributes a whole lot to the light weight. VERY COMFORTABLE. does not get a 5 only because I have better ones.
Rick -
Heather has two pairs of these and they are the perfect beach sandal. They have a good grip on slippery surfaces and they won't break the bank. Nice flower pattern gives them a distinct female touch and they are comfortable and versatile.
TSIcon8 -
Frame:Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium
Sweet shades, great for looks but not so much for functionality...but awesome nonetheless. People always ask about them, definately eye-grabbers.
o-static -
Frame: berry
Lens: G30

my girls loves it, just recieved it today. new addition of her collection. kind off.
i like the color combo too.
can't be worn a lot in daylight due to the lens color
OsmosisJones -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium


I think these came out before their time. I remember trying these on when they first came out thinking "wow, I could only wear these once" because they looked so OTT and rockstar for me.

A few years later, these babies look perfect. Flexible, lightweight, very stylish, and durable at the same time.
LEX7 -
Frame:Brown tortoise (polished gold accents)
Lens:TI Polar

have been wanting TI polar for ages now and to have them on a dartboard is insane, the massive lens provides great coverage and with one of the most comfortable lens tints to look through these are gonna get alot of use!
TERRORISM -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti/Clear

Borrowing elements from predesessors such as the Zero, the Dartboard continues Oakley's evolution of the single lens, rimless sunglass design. The White Camo with Ti/Clear seems like a natural combination (using neutral colors), and the glasses themselves are very lightweight. Unfortunately, the lens appears to be a bit large (at least for me), and doesn't seem to fit right (protrudes slightly at the periphery). Overall, however, an excellent concept with brilliant application.

Mark -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Grey Polarized

Lightweight. Maximum all-around coverage. Looks futuristic to boot.Im so getting used to Oakley's Polarized that Im starting to take it for granted. Only when I take it off do I realize how blazing hot it is outside. It makes everything look calm and cool. And makes me look cool too :D Especially in a suit, and some work clothes. Casual not so much
oakdays -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black IR
Well as many of you may know I get teased a lot when wearing this pair becuase everyone thinks they are womans glasses but I sport them proudly they weigh close to nothing they fit well and they look great. This pair is good all around the black on black combo has my back. You can’t go wrong with that, the only bad thing is that i have to share them w/ my wife becuase she likes them as well but i can’t blame her for that
adr -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti Clear

My shipment arrived today together with the honey bronze after a few hunts, but I review the Ti Clear dartboard. The best oak I ever own beside Medusa, Todd Francis, Monster Dogg, Lil Jon, Gold Clear Gascan. I feel the super wow effect while putting these on while driving at noon. I feel great, I like the ghosting effect very much it's grab lots attention. Looking different with identity. It's a all rounder for me. These dartboards are so light & fragile so be careful. Better grab a hardshell along, you will not regret.

I went to my wife office, she impressed & like it very much. I passed it around to test try, no one look good on it, they look real funny. Those large lens & thin frame give more laughs on them, sad to say. These dartboards design are very nice but it will choose the fit. So try it out first (if it's still available) before confirm the purchase. Seeing these nice & putting these on are two different feeling.

I give it a 5 skull rating because it's fits me right & gives me the wanna be Octacon looks. hehehe..Planning for the Night Camo once the right time comes along. best wishes from malaysia.
flippj -
Frame: plasma, polished black, honey, berry, night camo, white camo
Lens: titanium clear, g30,bronze, black iridium, gold iridium
Other than my scars and perscription glasses, i wear these the most, always in summer. super light, great protection all round, good grip and stylish, even bought a pearl white/pink for the misses! good wrap around coverage, super light and very stylish.
Ian -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Grey

I really do like this frame. I got it on a whim a few years back, and now I wish I were able to find other colorways. It strikes me as a more sophisticated version of the Zero.
Plutonium54 -
Frame:matte black/brown tortoise
Lens:grey polarized/gold iridium polarized

Except for the older frogskins,(the '80's,frogsins in mean),the dartboards must be the first take,or attemprt of oakley in the fashion area,and unlike the fashion oriented succesors,which I never liked,as such an oakley older times fanatic,a radical if you will,that I am,this time I have to say that the experiment is truly succesful.It's an all-oakley pair of lifestyle sunglasses in terms of design,aesthetics and commitment to breakthroughs.The sharp edges at the corners along with the hammerfang earstems and the great lines on the upper and higher sides of the "frame",certainly point out that it's a shield much different than the others.After all,they were produced in 2004,thus,in an age that the foundamental oakley principles were still served in every new design.You know 100% that they're thoroughbred oakleys,and you definitely can determine that they have the same manufacturer as the straight jackets,the minutes,and the majestic wiretap.
Their fit is not anything less than great.They hug the face,thanks to the adoptable,flexible lens,and they stay close all the time-impotant-,without making you feel pressed at the sides of your head.But,as said by the other reviewers,they are fragile.I noticed that due to overstretching,both surfaces of the lens chip,and fade with time,and that appears from the very first time,at least in my pairs,which is kind of very bothering.But other than that,the glasses are great,and are definitely a nice pair to complete any given oakley collection,with the other side of the glasses,but still with the oakley mad science and inventiveness in terms of design.They are important to me,as the splices and the monster dog.They are such an oakley original!!!
iz3y -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

PRO: these glasses are lightweight and definitely comfortable. They have decent coverage which is good for most. I have a wide coverage area being that i inherited my mom's radar big eyes and these do a good job. They also have a more trendy/sleek look compared to the ZEROs.

con: they are dainty! I believe these probably belong to fairer sex. I RARELY wear mine and i have noticed some stress marks on the bridge of the nose. I know i should expect X METAL type strength and durability but i am disappointed here. Back on the shelf they go.
Vanjo -
Frame: White Camo
Lens: Ti Clear

Love the weight and fit of Dartboards. I mainly use them for indoor shooting. Nobody says that it looks feminine since I am holding my Kimber ;)
sparra -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

Just returned from my OPD after trying these - not bad at all, they fit pretty well, and I think if you have a taller or more angular face then the L will certainly suit better than the regular Dartboard.
dan-E -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

Like other Dartboards (does anyone else appreciate the irony of wearing something on your face called a "Dartboard?" Or was this discussed earlier? Never mind.) they're very comfortable to wear. The larger lens doesn't increase the weight of it much and their coverage is outstanding. Roll your eyes in any direction and you'll be hard pressed to see any daylight. But the only negative is that they look absolutely huge. Which is saying something considering my large head. And they tend to sit a little high. I can see how some people might like these but I'd never buy them.
DarkJuliet -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

I gave these a swing--for about ten seconds. They're absolutely huge. As a fashion accessory I think they're a little much, but some people like that. The Dartboard non-L is just fine for most coverage. Yet another one of Oakley's 'fashion' pairs.
crmnjst -
Frame: Black polished
Lens: Black iridum
Horrible these things are huge and boxy they look like the shades old folks get to put over their prescription lenses. the regular dartboards are cool because the flow of the lines these things lack that aspect which make the dartboards so nice. Oakley should have called these shoe boxes
x-metalman -
Frame: Any
Lens: Any
To me, these are for the same crowd as the Riddle. Very big, very fashion geared. I'd say the only people who would buy these are women, which they are directed at. I also think that the regular Dartboard lens is big enough to cover most faces, which is why I think these are another excuse to enter the fashion market. Probably look good on the ladies though.
LEX7 -
Frame:Polished Black
Lens:Black Iridium

Tried these on today and these were the only combo that the store had so i hope they will be more combos coming soon cos they are very nice.
same as the dartboards but they have a taller lense with a straight line at the top.
i hope there will be some with one of the gold or bronze lenses.

Rick -
Frame: Pearl
Lens: Pink Iridium
My wife loves these, however they are becoming a bit dated. The turn towards large female frames is making these a little less "fashion forward" than they used to be. That said, this particular color combo looks great on the ladies. They have a high glam factor that is sure to turn some heads. It probably goes without saying, but just in case; I would NOT recommend this color combo for a guy.
Dann -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black

Gave this a try at the Lobby O Store, and it's certainly not for me. The lens is huge and just looks too boxy. The original was far superior in my opinion.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Brown Tortoise/Bronze
Lens: Bronze

Very nice and comfortable frame. I like the Dartboard model a lot but this version of the Dartboard seems too feminine for me. The eye coverage is excellent though.
o-static -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Black Iridium

girls loved , i love the look on ger, Fashion yes, but with oakley style
flippj -
Frame:
Lens:
lense shape bit bigger than on the normal dartboard, but the misses loves the subtle pink and lightweight feel-damn she looks hot in em too lol!
Mark -
Have this for awhile now on my Monster Dog. The colour is amazing to look at, simply stunning. Looking through it is even better. Used it at the beaches in Phuket, Thailand recently, it adds a nice effect looking out to sea, I especially recommend looking at waves as sometimes you can see right through them. Havent used it in deep sea per se' didn't go that far but I did look at deep sea ocean under me when Im in the plane, sure enough it cuts through light clouds and into the ocean, STUNNING.

Incredible Technology. Really unique and worth your money if you go to the sea often.

I do have one gripe though, I bought this from someone and it has an Iridium 'bubble'? Its sort of a tiny 'dot/glitter' on the lens. It doesn't impede vision but bugs the hell out of me since its not perfect. Checked out the same models in 3 other shops that carries it, and 3 of them has the same problem (in different parts of the lens), but only 1 was perfect. I'd say Oakley's quality control is slipping since Luxottica took over, so I rate it 4.5 for QC but 5 for lens.

Oh yeah, its hydrophobic too so I wasn't worried when I abused it at the beach
Fastguy45 -
Think of this lens as a hydrophobic Ice Iridium polarized that lets in a tiny bit more light. I have both Ice and Deep Blue in the NSW, and the only difference I could see is that the DB has about the same light transmission as grey - I'd estimate 15%. These look really nice paired with a black frame, and of course you get all the benefits of a polarized light filter.
TERRORISM -
This lens is both beautiful and functional - something you don't see everyday. The royal blue hues separate this from Ice Iridium and really make the lens stand out. And, of course, polarization only makes the lens that much more appealing. It would be nice to see Oakley offer this hue for custom combos, especially in frames like the Radar.
K -
Probably the lens I use most in my Half Jacket collection. Deep Blue lets just the right amount of light through to be useful in all but dark conditions, looks great in pretty much every HJ frame, is polarized and hydrophobic and the Iridium coating doesn't seem to be as thick as other lenses which makes it look classy.
banarno -
You cannot go wrong with this lens.
Makes everything bright and super sharp,but still soothing on the eye,and the polarization cuts down on glare if you are near water.
Mike -
I have these lenses in my first pair of Oakleys, so I can't really compare them, although I have tried Black Iridium. The lenses provide a perfectly clear, toned down image with a gray hue. The polarization really helps cut back on glare, and these are great for driving on those cloudy, glare-filled days. Even though they are rated 10%, they don't seem as dark as the Black Iridium lenses. The Deep Blue looks amazing on the outside, with a mainly blue hue that has purple around the edges. Definitely an awesome lens.
jjkrause1 -
Just bought a pair of Monster Dogs with these lenses. Love them. The deep blue iridium is mostly blue with a hint of teal in the middle and purple on the edges... but not much. I'm not a fan of purple but I still love these.

A friend of mine let me wear his Grey Polarized Jupiters the other day and I'd say the Deep Blue is exactly the same to look through as those, even though the light transmission is listed as 7% less. They seem a lot lighter than 10%. Not a bad thing though.
B3 -
I love this lens for driving. If wearing them outside in direct sunlight, I find they are not as comfortable as darker lenses, although the iridium coating is brilliant in direct light. The mid-range transmission coupled with polarization makes them a great lens to keep in the car.
Dmitri -
To bright for me. I keep on squinting. Polarization is great but it feels like u wearing a regular grey lens on. I now upgraded to Gold Iridium Polarized and its much better.
just saying -
The Oakley website lists the light transmission as 17%
Hope that clears up some confusion
Ed -
Cool shade of blue that shifts from blue-grey to medium blue under different light conditions. It does bear a strong resemblence to the color of blue jeans, so no surprise Oakley chose to call it Denim. My favorite Mag frame color.
LEX7 -
I have this on the Mag Four and it is actually a similar colour to a dark blue denim jean. so is a sensible name for this frame colour.
despite it being a matte colour it does sparkle slightly in the sun.
Dann -
One of the nicest frame colors for the Mag series, the slight blue-grey makes a nice addition to the family. It's colorful, but not overly done.
x-metalman -
The X-metal line should carry this color, as it's a little departure from the usual colors we see in that family.
o-xide -
Frame: Stainless Steel
Face: Black
This would have been nicer if it was all metal. The plastic made it look cheap. The face looks really nice.
gmt -
Frame: Stealth Black
Face: Stealth Black

This watch is one of my favorite !! Perfect look, fits perfect, light.
YI -
Style: Honed/Red

Very impressive watch, lightweight, fit and function. Only snag is that there no after market parts for strap replacement.
Kneipp -
Honed
Carbon fiber/Yellow

This watch is just awsome. Everyone loves it when first looking. It gots a very precise time.. I like the geometry of the date and times and the fiber carbon dial makes all the difference about looking.
JayKor -
Frame:Honed Carbon Fibre
Face: Yellow

This is my second Detonator, and although it may not be much different, the Carbon Fibre, and Yellow Dials really make it feel like a completely different Watch.
If I had to complain about something, it would be the lack of a longer band for people with bigger wrists. I wear this watch on the last hole, and it still fits snuggly. PLEASE OAKLEY, make the band slightly larger, or offer one for After sale purchase.
oogie -
Frame: Polished Black
Face: Red Chrome

A great looking watch. A top choice for anyone that already doesn't have a crush series. The face design is fantastic, which leaves most for wanting it in a metal band. I've grown to really like the metal/rubber styling.
bong -
Frame: Stainless Steel
Face: Silver

i have to say i like the watch face on the Detonator a bit more than the GMT... looks amazing. so does the casing and unobtanium band integration. this is the most comfortable Oakley watch i own, it's light and fits the wrist really well. for anyone who's looking for a bit more than what the Crush series offer but don't have enough money for one of Oakley's more expensive offerings, the Detonator is a perfect watch.
Drac -
I have two of these-Stealth, and black case/red dial-The red dial has become my favorite of the two...easier to read in all lighting.
The black is stealthy, but just doesn't have the impact or clarity of the red dial.
I love the look of this watch- has the oakley cyber-thing in full effect, and I love the unobtainium integration-I wish the design/controls were reversed- I think this design looks like it belongs on the right, rather than the left arm.
Love the 'mine'engraved on the back of the case!
The alarm is easy to set, but it's annoying to have to remove it to set it. Oh well. Stop watch function is great!
I have several Oakley watches, and this rugged stylish watch is among my faves-For the going prices on ebay, you can pick a great deal on this 7 hand time machine. Thumbs up!
o-xide -
Frame: Polished Black
Face: Red Chrome
I change my mind on this color. I actually love this this amazing design and color combo. I know I gave it a 3 before but I this color is better and goes back up to 5
siberyan -
Man,i've dreamed of this watch for over 2 years, and now I finally have 1 !!
I think it is the most perfect and awesome watch from Oakley!
It has an extreme precision too! Certainly one of the best iakley watches!!

PS: Sorry for my bad english, I'm simply an Oakley Brazilian fanatic trying to share some information ;)
BronzeT -
Honed
Carbon fiber/Yellow

Now I got a feeling that this will be my new favorite.

Extremely light compared to Blade and Judge but quite flashy in its own way.The yellow just POP on that Black backround.This is my first non metal band and they sure are comfortable but looks fragile.Dont know how easily the band rip.

The only flaw i could think of is how small the date numbers are.I had to look twice to make sure I got the right date when adjusting.Other than that its an awesome watch.
Ivan Drop -
Frame: Stealth Blk
Face: Stealth Blk

I have to say out of all of the Oakley watches this has to be the best for sports and a casual look. The band allows one to wear the watch during sports or exercise without it shiftng around. The weight of this watch is nice too, without a painfully heavy stainless steel band it tends to have the right amount of weight. I strongly recommend it.
MiG-29 -
Frame: Stealth Frickin Black
Face: Stealth Frickin Black
Black is the only way to go on this model. Ironically and in a good way it does not live up to the "Stealth" name ONLY because it is such an eye-catching design and Chicks dig really cool gear and I get nothing but stellar comments from people about it. Highly Practical...For casual and Formal use...has a kind of James Bond..Techo-Gadget feel. I remember using this to time the ride on the New York New York Roller Coaster in Las Vegas. I also have the Crush in the same colour. Simply stated Oakley makes the best gear!
Danto7 -
Definitely, one of the best watches out there I love the yellow dials and the carbon fiber. It fits very well on my wrist and the best of all is that the way the three yellow dials are arranged they make me think of the cluster of my Lexus IS300. I love it!
houston -

Frame: Polished Black
Face: Blue Chrome

This watch caught my eye on the way out of the Oakley store, Instantly I had to take a second look and I knew right away that I had to have this watch. The over-all look of this watch is stunning and it has pretty much everything that you want in a watch, a stop watch, alarm, tells the date etc. and it is very comfortable on the wrist, I have it on for all sports activities and I am never bothered by it. Every one always asks to see it and try it on, I love to show it but always tell them to buy there own cause I know they will not want to take it off. The time piece is very precise and I have never had any problems with this watch so I would recommend it to anyone.
anonymous -
just bought my first oakley detonator....yellow dials. This watch looks stunning...looks like it just dropped off batman's wrist!....sold my tag heuer and got this, very impressed.
trophy 1 -
yellow dials...every where i go people are staring at my new detonator, then when i pull my arm back out of their face after saying "look at my new watch", they look at me weirdly...must be jealous eh?....nice watch
pepper -
AWESOME lightweight watch for any purpose. I have 3 and I think stealth is my favorite, although I do like the red chrome and ion too.
DisturbedEarth -
Frame: Polished Chrome
Lens: Fire Irridium

Outside of the rather drab frame/lens combos - this is a pretty amazing frame. The design is similar in shape to the Inmate but not as wide and with a bit less curve or wrap. The lens is as tall as the inmate but should fit smaller heads very well. In turn they fit my big noggin pretty well too. Definitely a must have if you're a wire fan.
Marcio Ribeiro -
Frame:Polished Black
Lens:Warm grey
Signature:Valentino Rossi

Comparing with my crosshair, this one is far more confortable and light,great for small faces.
This VR46 edition have great yellow details, and a exclusive microbag with the "sun and moon" print´s, plus vale´s signature on the back, awesome acquisition for Rossi fans.
Ian -
Frame: Polished Gold
Lens: Dark Grey

I dig this frame. They very much remind me of Marine Corps issued sunglasses from years back. I like that aviator-styles are being improved upon.
anonymous -
Frame: Dark Brown Chrome
Lens: Tungsten Iridium Polarized
This is my 9th pair of Oakleys and 4th pair of aviator style. I love the weight of them. When I got the PLAINTIFFS I thought they were too light and not very durable and low and behold they weren't. on the other hand they're way lighter then the INMATES. I also really like how they finally put an Iridium coating on an amber colored lens. Still like the looks of PLAINTIFFS better but I have a feeling these will last way longer
Dann -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Ruby Iridium

It had been a while since I bought a newer frame from retail, but stopping by my old OPD brought back some nostalgia of seeing the new releases. Nowadays we know each an every model months in advance. Despite the glut of Square O models, I couldn't keep my eyes off the bright red lenses shining in the corner.

The main selling point of the Deviation is the lens size. If you're a fan of aviators, then these will not disappoint. They are, to me, finally a spiritual successor to the Warden, and even have a Brown Camo option to match. But there was little other option than to get the loudest combination possible, so it came down to the Silver/Fire, or Black/Ruby. The fire reminded me of my long since parted Square Wire 2, but I'm a sucker for Red and Black combos, so it wasn't a difficult choice in the end.

Now to the actual review. Fit is excellent. They are light, and didn't even require a Titanium frame to achieve that, despite the huge lens. Coverage is also more than adequate due to said lenses. I do fear the eventual scratches and smudges from such a large surface, but with some care, it shouldn't be an issue.

Do expect compliments. These will undoubtedly stand out, and like the Time Tank, people will stop to comment on them. Be brave Oakley fans, and have the courage to wear something that draws attention. When people complain about the recent releases, take comfort that there are still some solid releases coming out here and there, and then take advantage of them.
Celicagame -
Frame: Light
Lens: Black iridium polarized

As a fan of the inmate and the probation I was looking for another frame to add to the collection. The deviation fits right into that mold. The coverage is a little better to me than the inmate and the biggest improvement is the weight of the frame. It feels almost like a Ti spike. If there were any downside to the deviation it would be "Oakley" written across the top, it isn't necessary IMO. I'm looking into picking up the gold/dark grey version soon as I plan to retire my inmate
50 Shades of O -
Frame: Polished Black
Lens: Dark Grey

Personally, I wasn't happy with them and ended up selling them. To me, they looked and felt cheap. I consider these to be sub-par for a modern pair of Oakleys. I'd recommend the new Crosshair over these any day.
O.T.T. -
Color: white

Dont have this yet so cant comment of fit or quality but hopefully going to get it today. Its really subtle how the whole pattern of the cloth is made up of icons.
longshot -
I just got a concrete colored Diamond Plate in XXL and its kinda kewl with all the little O's. fit is oversized and quality isnt bad
i'ts not the quality of all the first gen aparrel i have but it isnt bad at all.
gx210614 -
Frame: Black Chrome/Clear [12-346]
Lens: NA
A light weight titanium frame. It is spring hinged and feels slightly fragile / lose to wear as compared to other oakley rx sich as the Straight 4.0 which I wore previously. There are no ear socks to grasp round the sides of the head, thus contributing to the slipperiness.

As such, it is not suitable to wear for any form of sports or physical activity. The sping hinges and frame design also make adjustment to for different face sizes near impossible. Finishing paint can also chip, but that is understandable. The price is more for the form than the function
EVL HMR -
Frame: Matte Black/Red
Lens: Clear

This is my first pair of actual Oakley prescription specs. and I love them!! the weight is non-exsistant, and the styling is subtle but without a doubt all Oakley. I get compliments from people I've never met. Lightweight, comfortable and with the spring hinges I can wear them all day without any discomfort.
O-Whores -
Frame: Matte Black/Red
Lens: Clear

Without a doubt, the Dictate 2.0 is impressive looking. It gets a lot of notice and compliments wherever you go. It provides a very nice field of view while still maintaining a small profile. The overall weight isn't bad, but I would feel small pressure on my ears after extended use. Nothing too painful, but definitely uncomfortable.
OzakaM -
Frame: Nice to look at, light, BUT, hurts my ears after a long day at the office. Then after 3 weeks the grip on the arms starts to peel off. Sent it back. got a replacement about 2 months later. after 1 more month got the same problem, sent them back again. 3 months later I am waiting to receive a replacement frame of a totally different style. DO NOT Buy these frames. The Grip on the arms is feeble at best and not replaceable and I hear they are not using this type of grip anymore!!!. at least on 99% of their other frames have replaceable ear "rubbers"
Lens:
DoctorCrip -
Frame: Pewter/Matte Black
Lens: Clear

I REALLY like these glasses. For a metal frame they are extremely light due to them being made out of titanium which makes them very comfortable. Making them even more comfortable is the fact that they have Unobtainium nose pads as well as a piece of what seems like a strip of smooth plastic on the inside of each ear stem. I also like the way they look on me. I chose the 4.0 as opposed to the 2.0 because of the smaller shape and smoother curves of the lenses. In addition I like the color choices for the 4.0 more than those for the 2.0. Overall, a fantastic pair of eyeglasses that I'm positive I will be wearing for years to come.
american image -
nice movie , but the scars were hardly to see , but on the other hand , i at least aw them
KevinLuu -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinkluu/108400945/in/photostream/
sparra -
Nice to see some O in 007. Wonder why they chose Scars rather than something newer though? I loved the film at the time, I like it less now.
Rick -
Ah, I did not know this was for use with the digital watches but I guess it makes sense now since it is made of plastic. The base is not as hard as I expected. Not a bad thing though. The large round base makes these very stable when "loaded". Great if you can find one.
o-xide -
This another awesome piece, This one is made of rubber to match up the rubber/Unobtainium wrist band of the watch.
Lefty -
Holy Toledo, so glad I ciclekd on this site first!
Josh -
Frame: Black-Stripes
Lens: Grey Polarized
I bought these for my wife and she loves them. The only thing I hate is that the frame on top leans forward when the bottom is close to her face. this is one of the best looking glasses for a girly girl. Good job oakley.
Kenelm -
IJWTS wow! Why can't I think of tighns like that?
Gregory -
Frame: Dispatch polished clear

Lens: chrome iridium

price point was one hundred and eighty bucks canadian... ugly as sin on the shelf but as soon as i tried them on i found them perfect for the countours of my face. i have a large head and its not often to find something that fits like this. the interchangeable "O" is a cool option and this style came with a set of extra purple ones.this is a retro look that i find suits a larger face/head better. big fan.
Ian -
I am not a fan of this frame. The shape is that of a generic late 70's/early 80's prescription frame. With that said, I've seen a couple people on which these look awesome. Also, different color combinations look better than others. For example, Matte Black/Grey didn't look right at all, but the Polished Black wasn't so bad on my face. The thing that makes these cool is the interchangeable Icons. I'm surprised that Oakley hasn't done this earlier. The Clementine colorway is one that needs to be done much more often. As soon as I see a pair for sale, I will own them just for the fact that they remind me of a creamsicle.

Aside from the overall shape, I hate the fact that half of the options in this frame came with a Grey Lens and still have a price point $20 higher than average. Oakley is mirroring the marketing strategy of new technology: Set the price high for a new base model that people want, the fanatics will pay anything to get it first, and when they drop the price later and add better lenses, more people will buy the extra options.

By the way, these are the largest frames I have ever seen from Oakley. Bigger than Trenchcoats, Eye Patches, and Monster Doggles. With that knowledge, buy accordingly.
Josh -
Frame: Polished Clear
Lens: Chrome Iridium

Surprised this frame isn't getting more love here. These are most certainly my new favorite pair of Oakleys. Absolutely perfect for almost any occasion and they look great with anything. Totally awesome retro aviator look to them.

I found it strange because I went to the Oakley Store near me anticipating buying the Matte White/Grey, but wasn't in love with them when I tried them on. Tried out the Clear frames and was smitten. Highly reccomended for someone with a big head/face such as me.
Raynor Mendoza -
Frame: Clementine
Lens: Grey

Well to be honest, at first I was extremely skeptical. I mean how on earth could I pull off bright orange sunglasses. However, when I first put them on, was was immediately convinced. I absolutely love these sunglasses, they look great and feel great. Everywhere I go with babies I get loads of compliments. I also agree with greg, the interchangeable O's was an amazing addition the glasses themselves. Why didn't this happen sooner. Anyway, I totally would recomend this glasses to anyone they are great.

Ostore690 -
Frame: Moto GP
Lens: Grey

I love the style and shape of this glass. The only downer in that I get alot of light let in around the orbitals. This is the best pair of beach shades I have ever owned!
Celicagame -
Frame: Polished Black with Silver History Text
Lens: Black Iridium Polarized

I love the style of this frame. I also love the way these look on me. The only problem is that they don't fit me at all. I bought these on the recommendation of a female friend. The only thing I didn't realize was that after wearing these for 30 minutes they leave marks on my cheeks and nose from where they sit. I bought 3 sets of interchangeable icons and ended giving them away to a cousin. Real shame because I wanted to get the Sebastian Loebs
Neo17 -
Frame: Polished Clear
Lens: Chrome Iridium

This is one the biggest frames from Oakley. Love the coverage and the interchangeable icons. Best for medium and big heads.

Definitely a looker.The chrome lens looks like a mirror type of lens.

Absolutely LOVE IT
Joel -
Frame: Dispatch matte root beer
Lens: brown/copper polarized


I recently purchased a pair of Oakley Dispatch glasses and saw that you could change out the "o" icon...well I want to change the icon "slider" if you customize a pair online you can see the customizable piece I'm talking about.  I would like the polished gold slider they offer as an option and nobody seems to know how to help or if it's even possible to order...I called oakley twice and one person had zero clue the o icon was even changeable much less know what the slider was.  Then the next person just told me that I had to purchase the whole frame frame pieces...if it's a customizable piece shouldn't it be able to be interchanged or a single part not a whole frame or likewise? Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
James R -
Frame: Dispatch Matte Black
Lens: Grey

I do have a big head so these are the best. Better than my Hijinx.
Big question - how do you change out the "O"? The sales staff did not demonstrate this feature.
FloatWays -
Frame: Dispatch Rootbeer
Lens: Bronze Polarized

Just bought a pair of Matte Rootbeer/Bronze Polarized Dispatch at the O-Vault in Carlsbad, CA. I went there with the intention of buying a pair of Clear/Ice Batwolfs and after trying on the Dispatch I was sold (for a number of reasons):

First: My wife has been pushing me to buy a pair of retro aviator style sunglasses, but being an Oakley fan I never ponied up the cash for a pair by another brand. Second: One of my favorite Oakley lenses is Bronze Polarized. However, I hate how they look on my Oils Rigs and on Batwolfs because of the lack of Iridium. But, on the Dispatch they look great! In this type of retro sunglasses I actually like that you can see the eyes.

So far I'm stoked on them. I love the look of them on my face with a hat and they fit pretty well. The downsides are that being flat, light gets in from the open sides. Also, the top covers my eyebrows and therefore pulls sweat towards the top of the lenses. From previous experience, my sweat eats up Oakley Polarized lenses so I have to remember to keep them clean. Maybe they are not as popular here because they do look ugly on the shelf. Great on a face though. If you are cool enough! :)

PS: Big plus on the interchangeable O's. I did not like the supplied extra O's, but that's an easy problem to solve.
Aiden -
Frame: Shaun White polished black
Lens: 24k Gold Iridium

I've been wearing these for around a couple of months now and I have to say they are the best pair of oakleys I've owned yet. When I bought thses I had originally went to the O-Store looking for a pair of the Shaun White Holbrooks. I found that they, like the frogskins, are a little on the small size for my head. The Dispatch has no such problem, as it is a huge pair of sunglasses. I find that it fits my face almost perfectly, with the exception of the orbitals, which are slightly big and tend to rest on my cheeks sometimes.The lenses are very eye catching and easy on the eyes to look through for long periods of time. The only caveat is that the iridium coating is a magnet for fingerprints and I've found that these are one of the hardest lenses to keep clean. I would definitely recommend these to someone looking for a stylish, awesome piece of eyewear.
Ian -
Frame: Persimmon Fade
Lens: Fire Iridium

I wanted very badly to hate this Dispatch as much as I hate the original. Unfortunately, in the right colorway, these just seem to work. I've received nothing but compliments while wearing them. They fit very much like the originals, but seem to be a bit larger in the lenses. The icons change in the manner of the Batwolf. My only reservation is that they remind me of Smiths or Spys.
oogie -
Frame: Navy blue
Lens: chrome

The navy frame with white and red accents, and chrome lenses, are really a sharp new color scheme. Also found on the Jupiter squared. The Dispatch II is a style that likely won't win a lot of hearts, but as a fan of the original Dispatch - I really enjoy the style and lines. The fit is very comfy. A pretty loose fit that doesn't give any odd pressure or resting points. The plastic aviator style isn't one common in Oakley line, so it is a nice addition to the collection.
slacker -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Fire Iridium
I originally was not really a fan of this frame, but I was surprised how good the coverage is. They are also a lot lighter in weight than they appear.
o-xide -
This display case is amazing. I acutally change it to put Juliet replacement lenses. Check out my gallery. Thanks again DT!
mike -
Yeah its ok bends quite easily though which is not really ideal.
flippj -
divot tool-display only as i dont play golf, quite cool with the other small things i guess
DoctorCrip -
I didn't buy the kit from the store since I have received many Divot Tools on various pieces of clothing I have bought as well as a Ball Marker. Nonetheless, I find they make for cool display pieces, but little else. I don't play golf but if I did I probably wouldn't use either of them so not to risk losing or destroying them.
Mike -
You guys are crazy. I play a lot of golf and I use the divot tool and ball marker. They both work perfectly as they should. If you can get the divot tool to bend easily, then use it on the putting green and not on your driveway. If you don't know how to use a divot tool, then you do not belong on the golf course.
Ian -
Cool stuff. I've come across two of the divot tools, and I gave one to a buddy of mine who golfs. He likes it, and it does what it is supposed to do.
Xtremehardy388 -
Looks cool. Does what it's supposed to do. Came free with my Zip tie shoes
Farlius -
Looks good. Serves me well in the few times I golf per year. The Divot tool doubles as a keychain, but be careful when it's in your pocket, it CAN stab you in the jewels.
TheVault -
Color: All

Excellent shoes, with the REDCODE soles, super comfortable, gives great support to the foot. I love the older shoes design, the choice of colors is great too.

The metal eyes for the laces are also a nice touch, get yourself a pair while you can. Those are my everyday shoes.
warwagon -
Bought this as a replacement for my old Toiletry bag. Haven't had a chance to us it yet, but it provides great storage and organization for all your products you may carry. I like the fact that it can open up and be hung from many loctaions. Well constructed and a worthy purchase.
oogie -
A great Dopp bag, as far as I can tell. Honestly, I've never heard of a Dopp kit until this came out...so I always thought such travel bathroom kits were for the gals. But this is Oakley, so it gets 3 stars to start with.

If I were a traveling man, I would definitely pick one up.
Zero -
Oakley seemed psychic when they came out with this. I was scouring for a decent dopp when I saw this in the store. And as if I requested them, all the features were there and more. Unless your one of the Fab 5, this dopp will fit all the basics a man would need. Removable liquid soap and shampoo compartment that's spill proof. Dividers organize your stuff or remove them to customize or allow bigger space. Pockets line the cover flap for pills, q-tips or condoms. Back panel has pocket for folded toilet paper and an external side pocket that fits a slim battery powered shaver. But the killer feature is an integrated shower hook that deploys while opened for easy access and prevents having to set the kit down on a cramped men's room. It's a bit big for compact travel and does not include a mirror but over all, is more than adequate. The military-style stencil graphic makes it look more like a bomb kit than a dopp.
TekDragon -
I really like this Dopp Kit. I especially like the built in hook to hang the bag. My biggest concern with this bag is the plastic backing and bag in the kit might crack if they get cold, like say when you have your luggage in the trunk or on the roof of your vehicle in the winter. I don't know how usefull the included mirror is since its really small, but it's a nice idea.
jplacson -
I was gonna get the DOPP Kit .. good thing I waited, since Oakley soon released an AP version which goes well with all the AP gear I already bought!!!

My only comment, there should've been a belt strap/loop at the back part to fix it to the back of either the AP Sandbag or AP Pack.
jumpman73 -
Really nice kit. The hook is very useful especially when you are traveling. I wish the mirror could've been attached to the bag but its still useful to pop out whenever you need it. It would be nice to have different colors available to match with other AP bags.
Star-Scream -
Perfect little pack. Used it for Tahoe. Fits everything. You can configure it any way you need.
jrbusser -
Este kit si esta realmente recomendado con sus compartimientos de buen tamaño excelente para las cosas pequeñas en un viaje
AtomicOrange35 -
This makes a great shave kit on trips. I usually attach it to the end of my small duffel. The only problem I have had is the zip closure on the inside. The little plastic clip broke, but the little bag still stays closed.
Ian -
This was one of those really unique things that I was never really able to find. I finally got one after 2 years of searching. Now I just need another one to actually use...
Teknical -
This is one of my favorite Oakley items. I think this is a very good choice as a dopp kit for overnight trips, to long range trips.
I have used this to replace my main dopp kit which was a basic Dopp brand bag with one pocket.
All of the organization in the Oakley Dopp Kit is fantastic.

The hanging hook with it's sharp point looks hightech and grapples on to anything including into air vents when nothing else is available. It's small stowing pocket works well and is internally velcroed to the side of the main compartment to keep it out of the way.
The elastic straps in the main compartment work very well to keep the majority of items organized and easily accessible. All of your other mainstay items fit right overtop of them.
All of the straps on the outside look terrific. The grab strap is really useful, completely natural to use for carrying, and much better than the typical handles other dopp kits have.
The best thing about the design of this bag are the two zippered sub-compartments. One is plastic lined, so things that could leak can be stored. Use these for smaller and less-frequently used items.

My two main problems with this bag have already been mentioned by other reviewers.
1. The mirror is mounted on a little useless pocket that only functions to make the mirror hang down at a bad angle while hanging. I had thought maybe the velcroed mirror could slip into the pocket for safekeeping, but it doesn't really fit.
2. The spill proof plastic bag with the sealing zipper does not close at all. So for things that might spill I would recommend putting in the plastic-lined pocket, but they still might leak out of the normal zipper there.
3. The attachable AP external bags seem pretty useless and just add to the bulk, so I have removed those for use. They do look cool, though.

Overall this is the best dopp bag I have seen. I have compared this other other expensive Victorinox Swiss Army models and everything they have in the REI stores and other travel stores and it is high quality and great functional design.
Brian -
It goes without saying: being part of the AP line, you can move the outer pockets around. That being said, I suggest attaching them to the inside of the bag. I feel that it's too roomy inside to just throw your items in loose. The two pockets combined with the elastic bands hold plenty. Anyone know what the two buttons on the outside are for?

Pros: Very spacious. Adaptable.
Cons: The loops for connecting to other AP items are too small.
Farlius -
Great travel accessory. Holds pretty much everything I need and has held up to years of travel and suitcase abuse. The wet/dry compartments are great for separating toothbrush and shaving items from the non-wet stuff. The mirror is handy for shaving my head, and the zipped in hook and inner elastic are great for when you want to hang it up.
Derpitty -
Great little dopp kit. I take this with me on weekend trips or week-long vacations. It holds everything that I need it to. I love the two little removable pockets. It's a shame that it isn't more compatible with the AP line.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Black Cherry
Lens: Clear

I wasn't too impressed by these mainly because they didn't fit as good on me. I really liked the design and hoped that the frame would accomodate a large head like mine. The Double Down really didn't fit very well at all and was a little uncomfortable to wear. These are still very light weight and the style is pretty good looking.
TekDragon -
Frame: Grey Marble
Lens: Clear

I love the look of these, but could only give them a 3 because of comfort. The nosepiece is really small and gets quite uncomfortable after a while. Had to do some wrangling with the earstems so they weren't so tight. Luckily I still have my Gaskets to wear as an alternate. If I had to wear these everyday, it could get old real fast.
o-xide -
I like the construction of the whole bag. I don't like it separated (top by itself or bottom by itself) the rivet like accents around the top looks really cool. It seems like a Hex allen wrench is needed to open the bag
fin7 -
Picked up for £25 ebay
2 bags in one. Deceptively large, big enough for a short break.
lower bag unzips, either can be used independantly of the other.
Metal icon, address pocket. quite a weighty item when complete, but that just adds to the durabilty.
would have given this bag 4/5 had I paid full RRP
Marvel Hero -
I love this bag, good for over nighters can cram a lot of stuff in it. Waiting for Oakley to get Kitchen Sink back pack back in stock, so I can complete the ensemble.
DOULOS -
DARK RED-
I was able to get my hands on one of these a while ago and have not really used it for anything other than storing my Oakley lanyards, keychains, hats, etc... The name says it all.. PAYLOAD! This bag will certainly hold more gear and or clothes than anyone could possibly need for a weekend away. Great product.
gmt -
Color: Have all three colors
this thing is very cool, nice to wear. Looks perfect with Oakley denim jeans. Also the 4 small sculls on the pocket are prefect. Nice Idea from Oakley.
o-xide -
This is a great shoe display tower but you can't showcase both (as a pair) The other cool thing about this is the rubber piece with an icon that is attached on the very top of the tower. I have that rubber piece and I love it!
Pebbles -
Heckuva good job. I sure appercaite it.
HED4JC -
Quite possibly the last analog watch Oakley will ever produce, this watch is pretty hefty. I have the bracelet edition and with most links removed, it still weighs quite a bit for my tiny wrist. The 2-tone finish needs a little getting used to but the red button to activate the red "second" hand is a neat, no brainer for those who don't like reading the instruction manuals. The bracelet and unobtanium straps seems to be easily interchanged as many have already explored switching things up a bit by buying 2 different versions.
Dwcfastrice -
Excelent shoe. The sizes runa bit small. I normally wear an 8.5 wide but these are 9.5 w and are still a bit narrow. I took the spikes off them and wear them as a casual shoe. The black/Brown combination are excellent and lend the shoe to matching more clothes. They are extremely comfortable. Not sure if I'd use these on the course. I have a pair of Bow Tie 2's for that.
american image -
these were prototype sub zero 0.3P 's , and some other wicked products. the movie itself was very UN-entertaining
so ; eyewear 5 stars
movie ; 1 star
Rick -
My holy grail. Especially since they seem to be on their way out in exchange for the new generation of display units.
Ed -
Color: Black and Metal Grey

A nice, basic board short for the beach or pool. The Oakley icons and logos are relatively low-key, so these are very conservative shorts. The included Oakley wax comb is a neat little trinket.
Dann -
Color: Cannon Red
These shorts feel great. There's only one pocket which is fine for swimming, but if you need to go anywhere, having keys, wallet and cell phone all on your right side tends to be a little bulky. Excellent quality though.
cheryl -
Frame: matt black 50
Lens: my own

Hi, i got this pair of frames about 6 months back. It's my second pair of prescription frames since my old square wire. I have to say that it is not too heavy and pretty sturdy. the bridge of the frame once saved me from a broken nose during a game and the frame is still in working order. Just some scratches though. Some hick ups is that the screw for the temples will loosen periodically which can be a hassle to many. Other than that, i love it!
Alex -
Frame: Pewter/50
Lens: my own

This was my first purchase of "expensive" prescription glasses, I had always gotten whatever insurance covered and replaced them every other year. So far these are by far the best glasses I have ever owned. You have to pick them carefully because if you are like me you spend most of your day wearing these things. They are VERY light weight and extremely comfortable. They have the same feel around your ears as my new pair of Half-X which is very secure and will not fall off of your face.

Overall I would buy these again and actually might and turn my original pair into sunglasses.
Pander -
Not just to hold the glasses, but also to look at! This box is on diplay in my double wide accompanying the Juliets.
Dann -
During the era of the B&W boxes, some came with some color. The Iciro's had blue artwork, and the ducati had nice bright red. This box really stands out from the rest.
american image -
really cool box , nice picture on the wrap , overall ; it stands out from all other boxes from that era
syphon3filter -
this is a really nice box especially for two wheels lovers like me :) hehe i give a five for this too i agree with you jumpman73 and american image :)
TheVault -
Really stands out in design and in color, I love all that red, a great package for a great line with colorfull combos.

Theres also a newer version of that box.
ball5out -
I like the box and the red tag on the oakley micro fiber bag. worth displaying
TERRORISM -
Whether it's for the Juliet, Hatchet Wire, Valve, or any other applicable limited edition version of sunglass, the Ducati box differentiates itself and gives collectors an extra reason to rejoice. Compared to most other Oakley boxes, the bold red coloring stands out and grabs your attention while matching the colors of its sponsor. The sporty and crisp photography also captures the nature of Ducati racing. If you have one in your collection, you may wish to consider displaying it along with your shades.
BullyVW -
Being a Ducati fan, I'm obsessed with the box and entire package that surrounds these custom shades. The vibrant color is a stark contrast to typical boxes. And, I can't help but be excited about a pic of a sweet bike, with classic lineage, on the box of a sweet pair of sunglasses with an equal lineage.
TERRORISM -
Whether it's for the Juliet, Hatchet Wire, Valve, or any other applicable limited edition version of sunglass, the Ducati box differentiates itself and gives collectors an extra reason to rejoice. Compared to most other Oakley boxes, the bold red coloring stands out and grabs your attention while matching the colors of its sponsor. The sporty and crisp photography also captures the nature of Ducati racing. If you have one in your collection, you may wish to consider displaying it along with your shades.
Bruin1 -
The Ducati Juliet box is a thing of beauty....the nice bright red color and the motorcycle really stand out in my tower!
oogie -
This is still such a great bag. It's huge, it's Oakley, that's all I needed. Great pockets on each end, completely useful for long trips and carry-ons if needed.
o-xide -
I got this back in the days and for $50 I am not complaining for the amount of stuff I can put in this HUGE bag
Zero -
Versatile, high capacity gear bag is great for lugging a whole week's worth of clothes and even a compartment for another pair of footwear big enough for SI boots. Very durable nylon that's non-rigid to allow better capacity but will not protect against impact. Two external pockets on one side good for toiletries and small items and another long mesh pocket on opposite side for wet items big enough for a beach towel. All zippers are lockable so I would prefer this to any rigid luggage for non-fragile effects. Only complaint is the zipper on main compartment is not L-shaped to allow easier access for long rigid items like a big tripod or carbine rifle.
x-metalman -
Color: Black
As expected from Oakley. Awesome boxers with cool graphics all over them. Kind of have a 3-D look.
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