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kingphilbert -
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There are only two things I can think of when I see this particular frame, the Moon and Mars. It's nice to see one Oakley that may have been a catapult for other styles to come.
oogie -
Frame: Brushed
Lens: Black
While the 0.1 is lacking in the frosted styling of 0.2 or unique holes of 0.3 - I think the basic round orbitals make a statement in and of itself. Combined with the amazing light fit of the Zero line, and you just can't go wrong with a 0.1 if you can get your hands on a pair!
DisturbedEarth -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

I'll pass - these look cool but they sit so far off my face I could wear another pair under them....nice to display but not for wearing....
fin7 -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: black

Awesome innovative design, set the path for others. One of the first pairs I ever had. Wore the original pair out and had to replaced by Oakley UK. The fact that O UK simply replaced them without any complaint, began my obsession with the company, where customer satisfaction is paramount.
Like Nic says, Display rather than wearing is the best place for these
banarno -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium
These are my everyday/driving sunglasses and I love them.
Better for smaller faces although the styling is 50/50 love/hate I have found.
Very lightweight,I often have them perched on my head, searching round the house, wondering where I have put them!

LEX7 -
Frame:Sleet
Lens:Black Iridium

Finally finally i managed to find a pair of thise. truely the second best looking zero ever made. very very old school with the perfect circle lenses. look far too silly to wear which is a shame cos they are lighter than air and are very comfortable but are a must have in any vintage collection.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

This is one of my Oakley Classic favorites. The frame is very light weight and it really accomodates all shapes of heads. The style of the lens is pretty radical. Eye coverage is ok but you can't expect much from the designs from back in the day. This is a very nice piece to have and wear when you want to show your loyalty.
flippj -
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Lens:
got 2 pairs on display, love em! so light, wouldnt risk wearing them unless i got hold of another pair which wasnt quite so mint.
Brother J -
Frame:Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

Finally got my hands on a pair of these and I like them a lot...I was always told they were so small, and I don't find that at all, and I am a big brother...picked them up pretty cheap too and have rounded off my collection of the vintage Zeros, being the 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3.
Whatever -
Frame: Brush
Lens: 1 & 2 Gen

There were made 2 comercial variations for this model. On the first generation, the lens have full orbitals. In my opinion, they are small and seems they were made for tiny faces...
The second generation (the model on the picture) is pretty similiar to the Sub Zeros #1n Carbon Fiber. They have a semi-rounded and larger lens than the first generation. They have significant differences from each other,make no mistake! Nowadays is a piece for display only.
nicpistol -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium
these are great glasses, one of my favourite. Great for golf and scaring children. The bit of plastic at the bottom sometimes gets in the way but overall great glasses.
adamjmoore -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium
Great old school Oakleys, slightly more reserved than the 0.3's but still outrageous enough to stand out in a crowd! They're very light as you would expect but the hinge is a little loose on mine, mind you they're in great shape for glasses that are 10 years old!
Dann -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black

What an awesome pair. I'm not lucky enough to have a pair of 0.3's, but these are close enough. I'd never dream of wearing them, but if I had a worse condition pair, I would.
oogie -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black
After getting my hands on the 0.2, I think it may just rival the 0.3 for cool factor. Although it lacks the sweet holes of the 0.3, the 0.2 seems to stand out just as much - and the Blck Iridium just seems to stand out more. Can't get much better than the fit with any Zero - these things are light as a feather and fit like a glove.
banarno -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium
These are very rare, and even back in the day they were a special order item in the UK.
The same as a 0.1 only with a opaque "shield" underneath the lens to guard against averted light entering the sides.
very comfortable/lightweight you can easily forget you are wearing them.
Superb sports sunglass back in the day.

Tick -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium
This entire line (0.x) was like "let's see what we can do with just a lens" & they did it. These aren't quite as extreme as the 0.3's but a fabulous glass none-the-less. You can't wear them because of the built in blind spot but they do make a great collectable.
LEX7 -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium

These are quite similar to the 0.3 but it has smaller plastic section at the bottom and has no holes.
more interesting than the 0.1 but still rather boring.
Kev -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

My first pair of Oakley and I absolutely love them. Too bad I broke one of the arms and have to send it back for repair. They sent me back a pair of 0.3 instead because they were out of 0.2. Great for grabbing attention.
O -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

Finally got some of these off ebay, had to pay a mint but they are really cool and almost rival the .3's. I can actually pull these off unlike the .3's and it is just one of oakleys most innovative designs
flippj -
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in all honesty, i prefer these to the 0.3, so cool, but not quite as crazy as the 0.3
banarno -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

These have to be the one of the coolest Sunglasses of all time, although hardly anybody can wear them and pull them off(including me!)
very comfortable/lightweight you can easily forget you are wearing them.

Oak -
Frame and Lenses: Round orbitals with "Prototype" etching on the side

I love these as much as I love the 0.3. They fit great and they're uniquely Oakley. Oakley was certainly ahead of their time when these were introduced.
O -
Frame: Black
Lens: Brush


Just got a NIB pair on ebay!! They are really cool, I like them better than the .3p's. But, I will still never wear them, they are a straight cabinet piece
flippj -
Frame: brush/glitter gulch
Lens: black iridium/bronze
just snagged a pair of these from another o-review member, not quite mint, but almost, love these just like the standard 0.2s, straight in the display tower with the rest of the set.
also got a pair of the glitter gulch/bronze-didint even know this colourway existed-they look just like the colourway of the 0.4/0.6 of the same.
hogposh -
Frame: black
Lens: black iridium
Got these back in 1993 or 1994 when I was an undergraduate student. Paid $160 Cdn for them using student loans. My first Oakley sunglasses and I still use them for sports on occasion. Very light and doesn't block your peripheral vision. I have owned many Oakley sunglasses since but I end up giving all the others away after a few uses because they are not as comfortable as the Zero 0.2P. I'm amazed at how durable these are. I've dropped them many times on pavement and there is barely a scratch on them. They've seen action on mountain biking trails and in inline hockey games to name a few.
banarno -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium
These are very rare, and even back in the day they were a special order item in the UK.
The same as a 0.1 only with a opaque "shield" underneath the lens to guard against averted light entering the sides.
very comfortable/lightweight you can easily forget you are wearing them.
Superb sports sunglass back in the day.
BiGCoB -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

Got the 1st gen with rounded orbitals for free. Talking about the style, they are definitely the best (sun)glasses ever made.

On an other hand, the opaque part is a little bit disturbing for the field of vision. This is not bad enough to make me put down the rating !!!
Tick -
Frame: black
Lens: black
When I first saw these back in '93 I loved them immediately but was younger, poorer & a little set back by the price so I didn't get them. Then I saw the cover of Double Impact at the video store & the hunt was on! I finally got them on ebay (at a good price) & I love them more now & never wear them
oogie -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black

Often times what makes a great pair of Oakleys is the unique design and style. Something different that is brought to the world of eyewear. Even today, the 0.3 would stand out as a great achievement. For this style to come out in the early 90's is just amazing. Sadly, I can only say I "had" a pair of these back in the day. In all of my returns and exchanges of Oakley products, the 0.3 stands as the only regretable transaction I've done. I wish like all heck that I could have that pair back. *drool* Cut two little symmetric hole in each lens ... brilliant!
brian -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black
A timeless Oakley piece. Ahead of it's time then, now, and the future. I have had mine since day one, and have only worn them maybe a dozen times. I meet Jim Jannard for the first time wearing these in 2001. He was very impressed by the condition they were in. This is one item I will never give up.
LEX7 -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium

FINALLY, ive been wanting a pair of these for a while and they finally arrived today. this has to be one of the most WANTED pair on peoples lists. i could never wear them out in public but i had to have them,
they are oversized zeros with 2 holes on each side below the lens. very light and quite comfortable for a vintage pair.

Munkfish -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

Finally tracked a pair down, thanks to some O-review help! They are what Oakley means to me - challenging design, fabulous quality - the ability to think outside the box, and create something so different, yet so beautiful - a work of modern-day art! If you are able to buy these, I would do so without hesitation - it is at the core of Oakley's history and image!
Dann -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black

The hunt is over, at least until I want to get the 0.3p. I was able to get one of these for $50 somehow, but would have gone higher. The design is far out there, but has made it onto many people's wishlists. I'd love to wear these, but they're just too valuable.
Pez -
Frame: brushed black
Lens: black iridium
OK finally got em! I can say that they are every thing I hoped for, but BIGGER! These things are HUGE. I guess I really never noticed how big they are before, but the coverage is fantastic. The only downside to the size is that they don't fit in any of my cases very well, including my X-metal vault. I found that my fiance's white case that came with her scripts and Dartboard L's fits them pretty well.

The opaque outside works like blinders, they block light, but you cannot see through them effectively. They do add that bad ass originality that only Oakley can do, but don't expect to see through them at all.

The way they fit feels so peculiar. They are not much lighter than some of the other frames I own, but they have a way of just floating on your face. Hard to describe really. Over all I am very pleased with these. Not only are they original, they are very wearable and comfortable.
Biff -
Frame: Brushed
Lens: Black

Gloriously comfortable, and they really do fit my face very well indeed, as well as any other Oakley glasses, but the etched areas interfere with my vision. My eyesight ain't what it was so I can't use them now for cycling even if I wanted to. I shall look to sell them I think. They need more love.
brennan2x -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

Simply one of Oakleys greatest departures from the routine of the norm. Though they have blind spots which renders them fairly unusable, they make for very intriguing display pieces. Though I am aware that they are a one piece lense, I only wish they had +red iridium implants for this style.
flippj -
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lucky enough to have mint condition pair, you love em or hate em, i love to display em, hate to wear em, everyone that sees them just look in amazement at how unique they are!
Brother J -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium

The BEST (by far) Oaks ever made...a true classic...the true Oakley style comes from the creativity of Einstein and Rodman smoking crack together...I LOVE THEM and even wear mine to the day...if you don't have the Oakley Zero 0.3, then you are not an 'Ol Skool Oakster. I just need to get my filthy paws on the 0.3P now and I can die a happy man. P.S. They will be buried with me...it's in my will.
WKNDWRRR -
Frame: ZERO 0.3
Lens: Black iridium

All comments above are true..!!
Started collecting Oakleys in Nov. 2010 in exchange with my 12+ years of drugs.. Been sober since.. ^_^ Of all the rare Oakleys I have collected, the Zero 0.3 is my all time favorite for it's weird innovative design and from being a 19 yr old (a true piece of Oakley history).. I was lucky to get two Zero 0.3 that are both Brand new in original boxes with all papers and soft bag from 90's.. Price tag on one was still there.. It was a ridiculous price though.. But, it was worth every penny (for me).. They really stand out in my display..

If ever you get a chance to own one, DO NOT HESITATE FOR A MOMENT.. GET IT..!! or I will..
.03 owner -
Frame: black
Lens: black
I have several pairs of oakley's and killer loops. Should I have these insured or something? What are my 1st Gen .03's worth in the hard case? Thanks guys. 11-3-11

An avid collector -
Frame: Oakley SubZero 0.3
Lens: Black Iridium Lens

All I can say is WOW these are freekin sweet. I paid a pretty penny for these but they look very intense and were so out there for their time. These are the holy grail of Oakley sunglasses. They look great displayed and my wife doesn't understand my plight quite yet.

I have the Mars and others but these do stand out! I will never part with them!
cacatman -
Weight - 20 gm. These are some of the wildest sunglasses Oakley made in the 90s. Super light and fantastic coverage from the sun. Very fragile. Must be careful not to overstretch them on wide heads. On a different subzero pair, the arms separated from the lens itself, but they can be readily glued back. Be careful handling the fragile iridium lenses though. They scratch very easily. I use them for cycling. They're perfect because of the light weight and shielding they provide (especially if you wear contact lenses or are sensitive to wind drying your eyes). Nose pieces are easily lost, so try to pick up spares from eBay. After a few years, the earsocks deteriorate and they are hard to find now.
Rick -
Frame: Any
Lens: Any
I know there will come a day when I too succumb to the allure of the 0.3p, but for now, I'm with Jamey. I just don't see what is so special about them other than they look like some crazy style to come out of the early 90's. But, it's only a matter of time before I too lust after a pair. The hype is just so strong with these ones.
oogie -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black
*drool* Thank you fellow O-Review Member for getting one of these holy grail pieces into my hands. I am so completely torn over these 0.3P. I just can't let them sit in collection ... I just don't derive pleasure from letting them sit. And I love wearing them out, enjoying the style, but I'd be crushed if anything major happened to them.
But 0.3 is just the best design ever! I can't say I cuould choose between 0.3 or 0.3P, both are just amazing.
brennan2x -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

I have a severe passion for these
-aesthetically brilliant
-the dual perforations at the bottom of the lenses add to a futuristic post apocalyptic look.
Lightweight, balanced and sleek-these have fast become the signature lense symbolizing Oakleys departure from routine sunglass production.
Any collection is simply not complete without one pair of these.
O-TasMiC -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium
These are truly a very unique looking pair of shades, even by Oakley's standards. They are extreemly light, and the fit is great, but I am afraid to wear them due to thier rarity. I think the idea of making the entire lens of the 0.3p was a good idea astheticly, but it makes it that much more risky to wear or even display outside of a display case. The laser etching is deffinitly a plus on these especially since it is a unique style of laser etching. Overal these are awsome glasses, their only flaw is that they are too fragile.
Dave -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium

I think it was the best Oakley's generation of all time...I love Oakley's products but nothing compares with Zero's from early 90's. I still wear my pair of Zero 0.3p every time I ride my road bicycle I don't wearing them out,because these model are too big on a person who have a short hair so, you can imagine!! :)) but I'm proud to have one of these!
banarno -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium
These have to be the coolest Sunglasses of all time, although hardly anybody can wear them and pull them off(including me!)
very comfortable/lightweight you can easily forget you are wearing them.
x-metalman -
Frame: Any
Lens: Any
I know I'm probably gonna catch a lot of flak from this, but here we go anyway. I don't really see the big deal about these. Yes, the style is unique, but basically unwearable(a la Zero L). If you like them, that's your deal. Each to their own, I guess.
LEX7 -
Frame:Brush
Lens:Black Iridium

the reason these are a must is because they are soo weird and special looking. Its taken me years to find a pair, so i can finally say im done with Vintage zeros. have to be one of the largest all iridium lenses that oakley have done and with the special engraving were way ahead of their time.

commander201 -
Frame: Brush
Lens: Black Iridium
Ich habe die Brille durch Zufall bekommen. Sie sieht sehr aussergewöhnlich aus. Nicht unbedingt das, was ich mir selbst kaufen würde. Habe sie zur Zeit ständig in Benutzung, da ich keine andere Sonnenbrille habe. Aber das beste ist, sie ist perfekt zum Radfahren geeignet. Sehr leicht, ohne störenden Rahmen und super Windschutz. Daumen hoch für Ergonomie. Daumen mittel für Design.
capemayduck -
Frame:
Lens: black iridium
I had 3 pair that did not have the opaque section on the outer lens it was transparent. They all broke and were replaced out of warranty for 50 and i hadd to send back the broken pair.these were the best glasses for beach volleyball. Unfortunately when the temple portion of the frame broke they were trash. I received the last pair from oakley warranty and when they broke they sent me 0.4s. the lens covered as much as the heater lens. I wish oakley would go back and remanufacture a limited supply of these
Dalemite -
Frame: Fingerprint
Lens: Black Iridium


God I love these things. Ordered them for a high school grad present to myself...took 6 weeks for the store to get them in. For some reason they came with white nosepiece\earsocks which I thought was nice.

I only wear them when I really, really, really wanna stand out. They're feather light, do not shift when you shake your head like my half jackets, and cover 100% of (my) peripheral vision.
flippj -
Frame: brush
Lens: black iridium
finally got a pair of these, not mint but quite close.
the same as the 0.3 but with the black iridium all over the orbitals and nosebridge.

i like the etching on the left lense, just like the 0.2p.
nice to complete my set of zeros.
DoctorCrip -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

I recently reacquired (for a very good price) my all-time favorite Oakley sunglasses - the Zero 0.4. I first had a pair of these back when I was a teenager, but due to the fact that I was a teenager, they got destroyed. However, with the help of a fellow Review member (thanks, Bill) along with a last second eBay bid, I finally have these beauties back in my possession - and they came in near-mint condition along with the original box, bag and papers. I couldn't be happier because these are one of Oakley's finest specimens of sheer genius and revolutionary design. In my opinion, of all the different Zero styles, these look the best - on and off the face. As others have mentioned, they are extremely light and comfortable, but they are also rather fragile. So if you are lucky enough to own a pair of these, be extremely careful with them - especially when cleaning the lenses.
Tick -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium
Super lightweight, Great field of view, & sooo comfortable. At first I was turned off by these because the styling was so plain compared to earlier ones but now they're really starting to grow on me.
banarno -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

My First pair of Zeros and one of the first Oakleys to offer Gold Iridium.
All the Zero range have the trademark "zero weight" philosophy, and you can easily forget you are wearing them,or if you had them sitting perched on top of your head!
The Glitter Gulch design was pretty radical and cool when it was released, but still very wearable,with the Gold Iridium lens making everything brighter/sharper it was a winning combination.
Dann -
Frame: Sleet, Glitter Gulch
Lens: Black, Gold

Another one of the original greats. The modern version smoothed out the stems, but the original stayed similar to the 0.1-0.5's of the day. A nice light pair, that is sitting safe in my collection.
erol -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

Bought a pair used back in -93. Used them for mtb:ing and put them in my pocket where they snapped right in the middle of the frame. Fast forward 12 years. I snap up a pair on eBay from banarno an relive this classic Oakley-design. Timeless styling and subdued colours, very lightweight and comfortable. A bit fragile but still usable as day-to-day eyewear.
xMetal280 -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black

These are the oldest glasses that I have from Oakley now. The main things that strike me about this model is extreme light weight and the unmistakable Oakley "bugeye" looks. The very soft nose piece makes these glasses very comfortable to wear. The lens is somewhat small, so coverage isn't the best. I don't wear these too often, but really have to pull them out to get my retro Oakley on.
Fezzik1071 -
Frame: Sleet/Cobalt
Lens: Black/+Red

Really cool and interesting pair of glasses, and my first pair of Zeros. Like everyone else has said, they are very light with great visibility. I feel like the "bug eye" look looks good on bigger guys (which I am). I ebayed mine, and the pictures on the auction were poor, but I got a good deal. Besides some loose earstems, they are in great shape. They feel a little fragile, so they haven't gotten much wear, but I am very happy with them.
Pat -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

My very first pair.
I feel so damn old now. ;)
Anyways...
Great glasses, still have 'm, but don't use 'm anymore.
It was time to retire them even tho they are one of my faves. Simple design, easily identifiable as oakley.
I did have a little accident and sat on them and one of the ear stems came off, but I was able to fix that with a little superglue.
It still amazes me how light they are. Even some of the new ones don't come close.
I have to get me some new ones...
StealthWJ -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black

I miss these! This was my first set of oakleys, i had them for a year or so before they were damaged on a trail while MTBing, if it were not for them i would have lost an eye that day due to a low hanging branch. As stated, they were just the lightest glasses i have ever had. I would buy them again if i could find them.
Dwcfastrice -
Frame: GLitter
Lens: GOld

Picked this up off ebay recently. I always wanted to get a pair of these, but I was stuck on M Frames back in the day. These have a great, simple design. ONly downfall would be the non-swappable lens. Glitter Gulch frames remind of the old splatter M frames. Nice light weight and beautiful design
flippj -
Frame: all
Lens: all
slightly bigger than expected, but still ultra light, good coverage and i love the gold iridium and cobalt/+red combos
bearoak -
Frame:Sleet
Lens: Black Irridium
I do miss these Zero's.Light weight great llok and feel exceptional clearaty in all areas of view. Loved em!!
BriP -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

Light, full coverage, and unique. Vintage Unobtanium just seems more sticky than the newer stuff, and these dont budge on my head at all. The Gold lens increses contrast so is perfect for driving - even in mid to low lighting. Just managed to pick these up for a song at $90 in really great condition, and just puts a smile on my face. There's nothing like classic Zeros (0.1-0.6). I used to have 0.7's but the fit was just awkward and was too loose for me. 4 out of 5 for non-swappable lens, which means if you scratch it, they're done for. Probably te reason they're getting increasingly rare nowadays!
J-Mac -
Frame: Planet X-Blue/Sleet Black/Glitter Gulch
Lens: Red Iridium/Black Iridium/Gold Iridium

I had 3 pairs, loved them all. The Planet-X/Red Iridium got the most comments because they were pretty hard to find. I had them stored in an Oakley Vault case for safe keeping and took them out because a pair of Square Wires I had got stolen. Ended up leaving them in a rental car after returning it. When I called back an hour later, they said they hadn't seen them. SO mad!
Winfried -
Just signed up today looking for parts for mine. Broke the left ear piece today taking 'em off after a bicycle ride. Really bummed - kept them pristine in metal Vault I bought back in "93 in Dallas. Going to superglue for now - after all, they ARE worn in the open position.

Have other Oakley's - these are my favorite for biking and roller blading though.

Still bummed, though. Love those glasses!
american image -
Frame: cobalt
Lens: slate iridium
what a perfect piece of eyewear ; lightweighted, long earstems , and a near perfect lens for it's purpose ; protection at mediocre light-conditions. due to its flexibility you can wear these for hours and hours, without noticing that you are wearing it. the icon ontop of the frame also looks really nice.
all in all top value for your money ( if you can get one )
banarno -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

Excellent Zero for the larger face.
Virtually the same as a Zero 0.4 Squared Small except the lenses are slightly bigger.
Superb sports sunglass back in the day.

american image -
Frame: glitter gulch
Lens: gold

this could easily be the funniest name in oakley history, but the glasses are great; lightweight, comfortable, and the gold lens is exactly color-coordinated !!
Tick -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium
I'm really starting to warm up to this transitional stage Zero between the original & the 3rd gen. frame. Light as a feather with a lot of flexibility to fit all size heads. Can even be worn comfortably on the outside of your hat. I must get more of these!
TekDragon -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black
I remember how amazed at how light and flexible these were when I first saw them. Plus I thought the "Hammerfang" earstems were really cool. These got a lot a wear and tear on them, so I replaced them with the Zero 0.4 squared small with the newer style earstems and now I just use these as a knock-around pair. Only Oakley nuts like us would have a $100 pair of knock-around glasses.
Tick -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: + Red Iridium
As with all Zeros these are super light & comfy. Cobalt is a cool frame. Sort of a Blue cracked look to it & +Red is a great bright sun lens, sort of a Gray tint looking through them. The only thing is that if you're looking for coverage this style may be a little shallow. It's still a very good pair for sports Though & it looks good on.
SteinRogers -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: Red Iridium

Enjoyed this so much that I owned both a Sleet/Black Iridium and a Cobalt/Red Iridium. Great for larger faces. Even though it's not an Asian pair, it's perfect for larger Asian faces too. Perfectly designed for sand volleyball, because they are well balanced and very light in weight, while blocking the sun from above and the sides.
Ian -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

These were a pair that I always aspired to, but I never got when they were available, due to me thinking they looked weird. Now that I've matured in my tastes, I kicked myself for missing the chance. I love these. They fit like an M-Frame, but give off a much cooler retro vibe. Glitter Gulch is an oddball colorway, it is like matte rootbeer with gold glitter, hence the name. A worthwhile buy.
banarno -
Frame:Glitter Gulch
Lens:Gold Iridium

Just bought some of these, and I am very impressed.
The temples are mirrored instead of opaque like on the original 0.4 and it seems to make a big difference visually.
Gold Iridium lens making everything brighter/sharper and with Glitter Gulch it is a awesome combo.
TekDragon -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Black
Got these as a replacement for the older style 0.4 squared's with the Hammerfang earstaems. Super strong, light, and flexible.
SteinRogers -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: Red Iridium

Simply a smaller lens when compared to the regular squared model and not as squared (see pics). Designed for smaller faces or women. Perfectly designed for sand volleyball, because they are well balanced and very light in weight, while blocking the sun from above and the sides.
banarno -
Frame:Glitter Gulch
Lens:Gold Iridium
Just bought some of these, and I am very impressed.
The temples are mirrored instead of opaque like on the original 0.4 and it seems to make a big difference visually.
Gold Iridium lens making everything brighter/sharper and with Glitter Gulch it is a awesome combo.
Rileigh -
Keep it coming, wrteirs, this is good stuff.
saturnine -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black

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

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

i love this lens & frame combi.
it looks really great.
lightweight, frim grip, and doesn't fog at all!
now that's a pair of good sports glasses right there.
with hammerfang earstems, you can put the slash earsock on and use it for watersports as well.
great!

the gold iridium increases contrast and gives everything a sepia toned appearance.
i love it

Ian -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: Slate Iridium

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

U can't remember what I was thinking when I bought these. I do remember thinking "Man, these are really light!". The look of these was really nice too, they screamed Oakley. But they fit me really bad. They ended up being stolen and maybe that person did me a favor
Chaos -
I had a pair of the original Zero 0.4 Squared but when I came in to the oakley HQ because I had some minor issue I can't even remember, they refreshed me to these new Zero 0.4 Squared glasses. I liked these even more.

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

Someone stole mine too. now they are discontinued. I really wish they'd bring these back. Those new Zero L's or whatever just don't look very good IMO.
Dann -
Frame: Platinum
Lens: Emerald
I bought these pair for my brother for his birthday. I've worn them a few times, and they are okay. They do live up to their name as close to zero weight. You hardly notice that they are on you. Most glasses' weight don't affect you, but if you ear one of the X-Metals all day, you certainly feel it on your ears. The downside to the Zero's, is that they feel like they're going to break. They aren't as study as most pair. This pair seems to be old though, and I think the newer models are built a little better. Still a nice pair of glasses though.
kingphilbert -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black

The first run of these were what they claimed, Zero weight. The would actually lift off my face in heavy winds. Not super sturdy, loose and sometimes awkward on my face. I think the Fangs on the arms were necessary to get and extra inch of wrap.
Jonathan Tung -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: Red Iridium+
I've since traded in for the black/black iridium color combo and I love them. I've always had a preference for Oakley's Zero line over the M-Frames myself: I'm sure this has a lot to do with the fact that aesthetically, the M lens is so large and garish if the color is anything bolder than brown. For their P. Ellipsoid technology the Zeros are fantastic.

In friendly response to Dann's post, I actually find myself feeling the Zeros a bit after a day's wear, but not on the ears---on the bridge. I feel fine after wearing my Juliet's all day but the Zeros will start to grip into your nose unless it's extremely North European (meaning your bridge is very ample). Otherwise great glasses without being too loud. A shame that Oakley had to destroy all but one of their color schemes for this great line.
dan-E -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: +Red Iridium

One of the few Iconic models in their rich history, these Zeros define Oakley's original purpose of designing lightweight, highly functional sunglasses suited for athletic use. The only "frame" are the durable earstems attached to the corners of the shield lens, and that gives them that feathery weight. They certainly are suited for golf or jogging but like so many Oakleys of this era, they just look really, freakin' cool.
Nazgul -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

These were realy cool shades i got back in the dayz (95 96? anyone remember)
First generation if i remember correct. One of my favorite design and still is. Love the long fangs.
My only problem was that the earsock rubber material "melted" after 1-2 years. I guess it reacted to something. Or my sweat is acidic:) hehe

The lens gets scratched up quite easily (all that technology and still no scratch proofing?!! eh).

I'm thinking of getting a new pair soon but they are harder to find where i live.

banarno -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold Iridium

My First pair of Zeros and one of the first Oakleys to offer Gold Iridium.
All the Zero range have the trademark "zero weight" philosophy, and you can easily forget you are wearing them,or if you had them sitting perched on top of your head!
The Glitter Gulch design was pretty radical and cool when it was released, but still very wearable,with the Gold Iridium lens making everything brighter/sharper it was a winning combination.

Tick -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: +Red
I have always loved the Zero line because they're so light & flexible. The New Zero 0.4 is, essentially, the same as the one it replaces except fot the frame design. Granted, it does have a more modern look but fit is no better in my opinion. In fact, fit is rarely an issue with any of the Zero line. The 0.4 lens is short in comparison to the older Zeros & Sub-Zeros but offers decent coverage & a pretty close fit. Zero hinges notoriusly become loose after awhile & these are no different but because of Oakley's excellent design they always fit as snug as day one no matter how loose & floppy the hinges get.
onelooneyzeta -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black Iridium

I apparently like the Zero family. I never really thought about it, but have owned more Zeros than any other Oakley line. This was my first pair of Zeros and I loved the look and feel of them. I was justly disappointed though when they broke right down the middle of the lens.

I do have a wide head, but I believe it was wearing them on my hat when I didn't have them on that did this. I was a sad day. Very upsetting considering the cost of the glasses and I was just a high school kid. But, I didn't let they ruin my Oakly obsession I now have a pair of the Oakly New Zero's.
DOULOS -
Frame: FMJ PLATINUM
Lens: GOLD

Just nabbed these off of the bay for a great price... I wasnt in the market (LOL) for new frames but i couldn't pass it up. This is my second pair of Zeros and i forgot how much i loved them. I will be buying the rest of the set as they become available.

But clarity of the Gold is top notch... as with any Oakley Lens youre going to get great eye protection and fantastic clarity that is unrivaled by anyone.
Tick -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium
These are so sweet looking! Just a little styling detail outside the main orbitals is so easy to do & really bumps up the uniqueness!
DisturbedEarth -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Irridium

Wow, just got these and man they are cool. I can't believe they are in such good condition. I am starting to see why you guys dig these old Zero's so much....waaay cooool.
oogie -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black

Got these as a store was cloing out of inventory for 30% off. I don't think I ever see these anymore. Still in great shape, and something cool to wear out and about to celebrate the classics. Just as wierd as the Sub Zero and all, but falls a bit short on the cool scale when compared to 0.3.
banarno -
Frame:Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium
The 0.5 seemed to be an often over looked style, and sprung forth from a merger of the 0.2 and the 0.4.
The 0.5 became and extension of the 0.4, adding the shielding to the popular 0.4 style for added peripheral protection.
O -
Frame: sleet/slate/glitter gulch
Lens: black iridium/gold iridium

yea these are really nice, i am pleased, the detail on the lense is really interesting. I like how there is a little extra shield around the lense and how the lens is sandblasted by the nose
Dann -
Frame: Glitter Gulch
Lens: Gold

As an extension of the 0.4, the 0.5 added fins to the lens, giving it a unique shape. I only wish I could wear these, but due to the prices they pull now, it's not realistic.
flippj -
Frame: sleet/glitter gulch
Lens: black iridium/glitter gulch
an often forgotten style, being looking for these but when they do come up-prices are crazy. the extra detail/fins around the orbitals compared to the 0.4 but them so desirable.
more desirable i think than the 0.3 due to the fact they are so hard to find
LEX7 -
Frame:Planet X
Lens:Blue Iridium

These are very wierd looking, and you can tell they were made along time ago.
They have a great retro look but I think they are a little to extreme to be worn out in public.
So id keep them for wearing in the garden or safe in your collection.

jumpman73 -
Frame: Burn Brush
Lens: Gold Iridium

Extremely light weight. Eye coverage is awesome. The design is classic and really shouts out Oakley. Frame accomodates head shape very well. Overall, very nice pair of Oakleys.
nicpistol -
Frame: Planet X
Lens: +Red Iridium
Awesome glasses, unbelievably light and comfortable. The lens is big so block most of incoming light. One of the best in the whole zero range!


american image -
Frame: planet x with old oakley logo
Lens: +red iridium

Leightweight / strong , weird, very cool , unique styling. very comfortable to wear. + red lens is nice,
lens has a tendency to pop of the earstems
banarno -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium
Excellent Zero for the larger face.
Virtually the same as a Sub Zero except the lenses are slightly different with an opaque bridge and extended hammerfangs.
Superb sports sunglass back in the day.
Kivel -
Frame: Planet X
Lens: + Red

For sure, one of the closest-resembling zero models to its sub zero predecessor. Like others in the vintage category, probably best to keep any pair in great shape as a display piece.
vindicator -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

Zero Gravity Says it all. Extremely lightweight, you actually forget you have it on! The design was great during its time. Too bad I cracked the hinge after a few years of use. Eye coverage was excellent.
flippj -
Frame:
Lens: clear,persimmon,black iridium,+red iridium,cobalt blue,N2T,gold iridium
love all of the colour combos. look awesome on display, i used to cycle race back in the day wearing these, so light, so cool, they used to call me 'the fly' lol!
vmgscot -
Frame: Carbon Fibre
Lens: Persimmon

Just tracked down what these old Oakleys are that I have been wearing for poor light mountain biking since the 90's...ah yes zero 0.6! Still using them today in Scottish winter. Nose rubber superglued on as is one arm but they are still doing stirling service most winter weekends....quality lasts
O -
Frame: platinum/fmj
Lens: gold Iridium

very light weight, but nothing really special, they are comfortable
BrianJ1888 -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black Iridium

They're lighter than anything else I've got, save my Ti Maui's, but the fit isn't my favorite. They sit out way too far from my face to do much good blocking the sun.
fin7 -
Frame: FMJ Platinum
Lens:Gold

Favourite wearable zeros for me, every bit Oakley without the "Completely out there" design. Very light and comfortable. Not too sure as to the durability of the frame, they seem flimsier than they probably are. Take good care nonetheless.
OluvrNawlins -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: +Red Iridium

Ultra light, almost non existent when wearing, love the positive red lens color, dislike the gold trim on the lens and lack of frame around lens makes them seem flimsy. Fits larger heads well.Vault store find.
Fastguy45 -
Frame: Cobalt
Lens: +red

As with all the New Zeros, the lens flexes much more easily than the frame, so no matter how large your head, the temples are still going to stick out a bit. They sat a bit far from my face, so I bought a spare nosepiece and cut down the rubber to a more manageable size. The +red is totally sweet as always. I really liked the small, elegant frame style and was disappointed with the large New Zero S type frames.
BriP -
Frame: Black
Lens: Black Iridium

Had these back in Highschool. Nothing special about these, and quite the plain jane next to all the other classic Zero's. Fit was loose, and I rolled over mine when i was cycling because they fell off my face. It survived with minimal scratches though, which was impressive. Also they looked abit awkward when worn(the high placement of stem-to-lens mount), and not having the classic oakley bug-eye look was a let down. These sort of try to be a zero whilst also being an M-frame, and ends up with the worst of both worlds.

They are light and strong, though.
LEX7 -
Frame:Night Camo
Lens:G30 Black

I tried these on for fun when they first came out,
it just made me think why did they make them cos who the hell is gonna buy these?
They look so huge stupid.
Oakley must have created these to break into the supersized girl glasses market (like christian Dior SKI and Gucci) but I have yet to see a pair worn in public by anyone, let alone any girls.
I do like the colour combo alot though im still looking for something to get in night camo.
EastCoast -
Frame: Any
Lens: Any

I must be a fan of the underdog, because I saw these in the flesh for the first time this weekend and wasn't too dismissive. If you have the right head you can get away with these and they are probably excellent for biking and other sports. I think Oakley could have done better but I won't count these out completely.
crmnjst -
Frame:All
Lens: ALl
What??? These are horrible tried them on and looked like a fool, why did O make these. I wonder if any one actually owns a pair of these.
Dann -
Frame: any

I tried these on, and I really don't know who would wear them. Yeah anything goes in the fashion market, but it's still just silly. I feel like I'm wearing Maltese Crosses when I put them on. Not that I have more than once.
Tick -
Frame:Any
Lens:All
To me, it looks as if Oakley took the leftover sections of Plutonite from making other lenses & put frames on them. These glasses flatter no-one!
*Revision 6/1/2007* Nevermind. These Rock!
sparra -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Black Iridium

I'd like to know if anyone would actually suit these glasess. They're just too big. The shape of the lenses is too angular and just looks plain rubbish.
dan-E -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Black Iridium

These things are huge on my head which is saying something since I have a pretty big head. the only reason it gets two stars is 'cuz these allow almost no light in from any angle. You point your eyes left, right, up, down, cross-eyed, there's almost no daylight. Too bad they just look so ridiculous.
x-metalman -
Frame: Any
Lens: Any
What the hell was Oakley thinking?! Did they have to meet quota or something? Even if they did, it still doesn't justify releasing a piece of crap like this. I agree with john. Absolutely horrible.
LEX7 -
Frame:Night Camo
Lens:G30 Black

since i now own these i thought i better give them a better review than when i tried them on long ago.
this are still silly but the lens is fantastic colour and im glad i have it, also i love the nightcamo frame so thats another bonus.
but sadly cos they are so huge and goofy im gonna have to do something like cut down the lens.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Black Iridium

Awesome eye coverage. These frames are so light you won't even feel it. I really like these a lot. The only draw back is that my head is wide and these have to stretch to fit my face. The good thing is it is able to stretch.
BullyVW -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Grey

I can't say these were my favorite, but you barely notice you're wearing them. The fit and feel is unmistakably ZERO. I swear I almost forgot they were there sometimes.

However, in the end, I was overcome with negative comments and sold these. The odd lense design just wasn't me. Still, I will buy new Zeros again...and it's because of the L's!
Rob -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Black Iridium

I'm not sure why some people on here are giving these bad reviews, because these glasses are totally awesome.

They have great continuous coverage, they look awesome, they are very lightweight and comfortable. They look great on my face too. I guess some people might not like how it looks on their face, but those people probably prefer glasses that I think look awful on me. To each their own.

I'm now on a mission to get these in every color they made while I still can.
anonymous -
Frame: matt black
Lens: grey

At first i have my doubts about if this Ls could flatter my face.But after trying it on,not only it covered my eyes,but my eyebrows too(completely!)I love something different and this one looks good whether ur doing sports or dancing in the club...Love it!!!!
biceps -
Frame: Night Camo
Lens: Black Iridium
At first I had my doubts about these sunglasses as the lenses are ridiculously oversized but after trying them on Ican see why the lenses are so big.
I own many pairs of sunglasses but these are the first par which I have come across which provide maximium coverage while taking part in sports.
I am a distance runner and even after 3 hours on the road you still cant feel these on your face zero was definetly the right name to choose for these sunglasses.
The people who are giving these bad reviews should keep in mind that these glasses are built for sports so they take into account preformance over style , but personally I think they look brilliant.
sparra -
Color: Charcoal & Smoke

Very cool T shirt, fits nicely, but the fabric and design are not as cool as the new Zero Point 2.0.
BiGCoB -
Frame: Sleet
Lens: +Red Iridium

I got them in an Oakley sale near Paris. Only 8 were available and I got the chance to get 3 of them. Two went to USA and I kept one for myself. All of the 8 available were sample models (word "sample" is etched below Oakley logo on the lens), so there's no optic correction.
The fact that the inserts are popped in the lens seems to weaken the lens iridium which presents some micro-cracks when you observe it in bright light. A guy who got one of them removed a little piece of Iridium just by sweeping what he thought to be some dust.
The +Red iridium is also very clear and is red only when seen from the side.
Anyway, I still love them but keep them away from any kind of stress to avoid Iridium peeling.

5 skulls for this awesome design and the RX ability.
I can't retire a skull for the Iridium issue as I don't know if that's only a problem from the sample batch or if it was more common.
Golf-Ski -
Frame: Dark Amber
Lens: Gold Clear Iridium
Good frame fit & colour combo. Unfortunately, the lens colour is way too light & doesn't really block the sunlight enough for outdoor sports. As for the black iridium, this is the extreme & is way too dark -- when will Oakley come out with a lens combo that comes in between?

dan-E -
Frame: Crystal Black
Lens: Black Iridium

They certainly live up to their name and they're quite comfortable to wear. If you like the new Zeros, you'll like these. As a fan crystal frames, the Crystal Black frame is especially cool looking.
bong -
Frame: Crystal Black
Lens: Black Iridium

i had a pair of Zero S for a very short while, but during that time i couldn't stop admiring the Crystal Black earstems... they look brilliant, and matches well with the Black Iridium lenses. as for the Zero S' lens shape, i wished it looks a bit more aggressive, like the regular Zeros with the notched lens shape. the Zero S' lens shape looks too much like a rounded blob. oh well... they are definitely lightweight though, they're virtually weightless.
jumpman73 -
Frame: Dark Amber
Lens: Gold Clear Iridium

WOW! I was so impressed with these. The Gold Clear is an awesome color option for a lens and goes very well with the Amber frame. The eye coverage is excellent. The frame is so light, I didn't even know I was wearing them. Awesome pair!
jclau00 -
Frame: Ducati
Lens: Black Iridium
Lives true to its name--very light and unobtrusive. It's a bit wide on my head though. And I lost one half of the nose bombs. It comes loose easily. Frame/lens combo is great though. Perfect for sports.
Fastguy45 -
Frame: Gold Chrome/Crystal Black
Lens: Gold Clear/Black Iridium

I came into possession of an odd colorway with a frame that I'll call gold chrome because of its similar sheen to my black chrome regular zeros. The lens design is like the Ducati cut - straight across the bottom and top without the bubble look of the pictured Zero S models. The gold clear is a good option for you Cory Hart types who like to wear your sunglasses at night. As for the crystal black set, I'd give it 5 stars if the bubbly lens didn't look so fruity on me. Also of note are the two nose pad options. You can end up with either the M-frame style full pad, or these two little buds. The little buds help the glasses sit closer to the face and I prefer them.
yjcha2 -
Frame: black
Lens: black iridium

very very very very very light...
barely even there. great for sun tannin or not so vigorious activities. fragile for sports.
Rick -
Frame: Dark Amber
Lens: Gold Clear
The frame and lens are nicely matched on this pair. Very nice pair to look at. The Japanese have a deep fascination with the clear lenses as evidenced by the high number of Japan Exclusives with clear lens options. The price in Japan for this pair is a bit higher than the listed $110 and they are very rare nowadays. It's going to be a hunt if you are looking for a pair.
brennan2x -
Very simple logo, with sans serif type beneath it. This is fairly difficult to obtain, as it is one of the older stickers Oakley has produced. It also has a nice reflective coating which shines quite well in certain light.
Dann -
Frame: Zero Grey
Lens: Black

I just got these pair for my birthday, and the lens shape is different than the standard Zero's. The frame leads right into the lens and doesn't bump up as much, so it's a nice streamlined look. They also don't appear to stick out as much and look like futuristic specs. I'm very happy with this pair, even though I was skeptical at first.
Dann -
Frame: All except Ducati

I tried on the Zero's when they first came out and I really didn't like their look. They came out too wide, the lenses too high (imagine the Zero L's...), and felt like 3-D glasses. However, I received a pair of Ducati zeros and they are really a different pair of glasses. The lens doesn't rise up at all, it follows the contour of the frames, so everything is in line. I highly recommend that pair, but not the rest.
Benjamin Grace -
Frame:
Lens: Given the opportunity to borrow a pair of zeros for the weekend, I have been wearing them as much as possible. The standard zero design is attractive on paper but not on the face. The Ducati Zeros are a superior pair to the regular zeros. They allow for uninterrupted vision from side to side, although they are still designed for someone with a wider face than me. The rubber nosepiece becomes uncomfortable if worn for an extended amount of time. Overall I find the Ducati Zeros to be a good pair, really cool/futuristic looking too. I hope to see more like it when the Zero S series is released.
NeptuneTQ -
Frame: Jet Black
Lens: G30 Black Iridium

I don't mind the shape of this lens at all. It's big, but that gives the whole effect of it being like a face shield. It's got a very futuristic look, and it weighs practically nothing. I hardly ever wear my pair though because it's a bit TOO futuristic looking, and doesn't really go with my standard attire. It's generally restricted to special outings for me.
LEX7 -
Frame:Red Camo
Lens:Black Iridium

I just got these today and man are they cool, these are very light weight and super comfortable but the really special part of these oakleys is the Red camo frame. It is by far the coolest colour frame I have seen on the zeros (main reason why I got them) I just hope they bring out some more Lil Jon oakleys.
JL -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Black Irid

Most underrated sunglass of the year and the first thing you notice when you pick them up is the weight. These are the lightest and most compact shields I have seen. Pictures don't really do it justice, you have to see to believe. I actually thought these were going to be similar in size to the dartboards!

I absolutely dig any type of Oakley shield, except for the earlier zeros which were a bit strange looking for me. This design is far better and provides good coverage, they may not be attractive for casual occassions, but are ideal for any type of sport.
rdgdmd -
Frame: dark gray/ducati limited edition
Lens: black iridium
very nice size overall. this lens is not as dark as other black iridiummlenses i own. hmm.. makes me wonder. very lightweight .doesn't strain your ears after a day wearing them.
siberyan -
Frame: polished black
Lens: G30

Looks better in womans. Very good vision through the lenses and a very lightweight material. Recommended ;)
O-Whores -
Frame: Dark Grey (Ducati)
Lens: Black Iridium

This was my (Dawn's) first pair, and only zero we own. I love how light they are. It fits my Japanese face so well. Stylish with the large lens, yet sleek enough that they're sporty. And you gotta love the red O. I would highly recommend this pair to anyone, I think they'd be great "daily beaters".
jumpman73 -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Black Iridium

Extremely light weight. Really accomodates head shape. My head is huge and the frame/lens stretch out very well. Eye coverage is excellent. The design is also very nice.
dan-E -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Titamium Iridium

As a fan of the old 0.4s and not a big fan of the "face shield" look, I didn't have too many expectations for the new Zeros. I was pleasantly surprised at their overall design. The lenses are a good size and the vision and clarity is as good as the M-Frames. The fit is also surprisingly snug, since all the built in "spring" is in the curvature of the lens. A good product to carry on the Zero line.
Sal Galvan -
Frame: Red Camo lil Jon
Lens:Black Iridium
Well I was feeling a little of the buyers remorse after I won them on ebay, but as soon as I got them WOW!! They are so awesome!!Trust me the red is perfect!!! You have to own them to appreciate them! I cant believe lil John does not wear them anymore! They are light and perfect! People will say "I would never wear those!" but trust me they will have a hard time not staring or giving them back to you!! You gotta fight just to get them back!!!
o-xide -
Frame: Plasma
Lens: Bronze
I saw J wearing this and I asked him if I can try them on and damn this sh*t is nice. I wouldn't mind having one.
oogie -
Frame: Red Camo
Lens: Black

For what these are, they are freakin awesome! Sure, they don't have the universal appeal of the Juliets. But for a return of the shield and a sweet new style, the Zero brings a wicked look and great feel to the mix. Definitely a style for those of us with larger noggins. Different, so I like it!
O_MattR -
Frame: Red Camo
Lens: Black Iridium

RED CAMO!!! Need I say more. the Only thing I wish is that Oakley would make more styles with this frame.
sparra -
Frame: Grey
Lens: Black Iridium

These have grown on my over time, I really quite like them now. This Ducati pair looks really cool and has quality red icons, however, I'm not convinced about how they look on the face, they sit a little too high on the nose for me personally.
x-metalman -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Titanium Iridium
I was just about to buy these when I realised that they are a bit too tight on me. I'll probably still get some and just stretch them out. As for the weight, the name says it all.
Oak -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Ruby

The new Zeros are awesome, especially the Ducatis. They do exactly what the Zeros were created for.....they're lightweight, comfortable sunglasses that maximize field of vision with optically superior lenses. They sit on the nosebridge and you won't notice them, even when wearing them for hours on end. Out of all the Zeros, I'd say the new Zeros perform the best. Like most of its predecessors, however, the new Zeros aren't exactly fashion conscious eyewear; they are indeed very unique in that it's far too advanced aesthetically for the current scene. It's very much something out of a sci-fi movie, very Transformers-like. Hell, it's like Oakley jumped the Decepticons' Soundwave and stole his eyes.

For being practical (for sports), having great optics, being lightweight, and fulfilling the purpose for which Zeroes were created, they get max points. For versatility though, I'd have to take off half a star since they are too forward-thinking for the current age. Still, I'd round off for a score of 5 since there's no 4.5 scoring available.

Review dated Oct. 29, 2006
OsmosisJones -
Frame: Ducati Dark Gray
Lens: Black Iridium


They're definately a great looking pair of sunglasses. The lense design is actually different from that of a regular Zero, so be aware. The lense is actually smaller.

Definately a good piece for a collection.
mlgladde -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Black Iridium

These are really lightweight glasses. I use them mostly for golf. The way they fit is a little different, but they were my first pair of Oakleys.
Tick -
Frame: Dark Grey
Lens: Black Iridium
So flexy & comfortable. As with any Zero, great peripheral vision & super light weight. Earstems have a cool design
alexrugby18 -
Frame: Red camo
Lens: black iridium

YEAAAAAAHHH!!!Lil JOHN...i love the frame!! red camo is one of the best colours out there ...and it should be used more often.
Once again amazing contrast, really light on your face and an awesome fit!
Pander -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: G30 Persimmon

Incredibly light! Fairly big, but not too big.... like the Zero L. Like the G30 lenses, nice contrast for when it's a bit cloudy. The perfect pair of glasses for mountainbiking in the woods!
JayKor -
Frame:Red Camo
Lens: Black Iridium
Put these on for the first time today. Awesome glasses, the Red Camo is sweet. These glasses are extremely light to wear. Single piece lens is nice to look at. Overall, I'd wear these, in the hottest conditions simply because of their weight. I have a really wide head, and find that they fit great. I definate buy.
mason65 -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Ti Iridium
Tried these on in my dealer. They are very light but they also feel kind flimsy when you put them on. They look freakin sweet but I'm afraid of snapping them.
Plan-B -
Frame: Ducati Dark Grey
Lens: Black Iridium

Pro: Very light. Good fit close to the face. Comes with 2 sets of nosepieces.
Con: Nothing Major.

I love these glasses. There's a good amount of flex in them to fit heads of all shapes. They tend to come down the nose a little bit under heavy sweat though. Since they sit close to the face (using the smaller nosepieces), the inside of the lens can get rather oily too.

Like most iridium, mirrorized lenses, they can scratch if not properly taken care of. I baby mine and they live in the bag that came with them if I'm not wearing them. I've moved on to Specialized Arcs for most riding since they're a litte more versatile. The Zeros come out for open trail and road riding where I know I won't end up under trees or shade.

Lance wore a pair of Zeros for the solo time trial in the 2005 Tour!
adrian13 -
Frame: black chrome
Lens: Titanium Iridium
Weight: Zero
Problems: Zero

Should fit most faces except the really narrow ones. 3-point fit, Unobtanium nose pad and ear socks provide snug fit and glasses stay where they should. One-piece lens provide wide range of vision, widest of any glasses I've ever worn. Titanium Iridium lens are the best for shielding the light. Black chrome ear stems look incredible!!!! The best of the current Zero range!
TSIcon8 -
Frame: Black Chrome
Lens: Titanium
These are really radical for looks. Not so much for practicality. I like them a lot but not as much as I liked my Dartboards. They are very comfortable and lightweight but don't offer a sturdy, no worries though. The color combo on these is awesome and I'm definately glad that I got these.
DoctorCrip -
Frame: Dark Grey (Ducati)
Lens: Black Iridium

As others have already mentioned, the sleeker look of this particular colorway is due to the smaller lenses (lens?) that seamlessly follows the lines of the frame. This is what initially drew me to the Ducati version and after trying other colors on, it's also the only one that looks good on me. I also love the red "O's" on the temples. I do worry though about breaking these glasses in half when I'm cleaning them off with the Microbag - which I have to do more often than with other models since there is basically no frame, but I don't mind because the look of these sunglasses is just so cool. Now, all I need is a motorcycle and I'm set...or I guess I'd settle for a Segway.
LEX7 -
Frame:Dark Grey
Lens:Ruby

In my eyes the new zeros are by far the most comfortable glasses that oakley do, when you change to the new style nose pieces that is.

they are so light you cant even feel them on your face.
when i saw these customs i didnt hesitate as to have the awesome colour of ruby on a large sized lens. i believe these are the same size as the ducati ones, so quite small but the coverage is still better than most oakley. the perfect sports model.
LEX7 -
Frame:Polished Black
Lens:G30 Black

Since zeros are by far the most comfortable oakleys and have great coverage i needed a pair with a lighter lens for biking and in low light and these are perfect, the polished black arms look great in contrast with the pinky lens.
onelooneyzeta -
Frame: Dark Grey (Ducati)
Lens: Black Iridium

When I first saw these I was totally down with them. I had a pair of the New Zero 0.4 and was totally disappointed when they broke right down the middle. These have held up great. I am active and play in summer league softball and also coach football and baseball at the high school level and they have held up to the daily wear and tear that I put them through!!!
Sircian -
Frame: Red Camo (Lil John)
Lens: Black Iridium

These arrived today, lovely and light, and a nice variation on the regular styles, the top of the lens is a bit high, but thats only because I'm used to a more snugger frame. The most noticable feature of these lens is the weight. Scarily light, I can't wait to see how they hold up when on the water. Giving them 4 Skulls, because I'm thinking they may be too light... We'll see.
Andre Albuquerque -
Frame: New ZERO
Lens: Red Camo - Black Iridium

This is the best sunglasses for sports practices I've ever had. Very light and does not bother anything at all ...
flyer -
Frame: Zero Gray, Zero Ducati edition (red icons)
Lens: Black

New Zero (standard):
Picked these up today. So light, it feels as if a good gust would blow them to Kansas.
Wonderful field of view with the "frameless" lens, but the arms intrude into my peripheral vision somewhat. Not a dealbreaker, but I'd not use 'em to walk in heavy traffic or for road cycling, without my head on a swivel. There's NO movement on the face (probably because of their "anti-gravity rating"), they would be outstanding for mountain biking, if they were a little less fragile.
I actually bought them for use inside a modular moto-helmet, and their close fit, light weight and true all day comfort will work fine for that application.

Ducati edition:
The lens on this model is shallower vertically, with the brow of the lens cut down. Stylistically, it looks more hot-rod than the standard.
Of course, the downside is, it let's more light spill in over the top.
The Rosso Corse red icons are way sharp, and the Ducati Corse shield on the inside of the left temple arm is a touch of quiet class.
The "DUCATI" etching on the left lens is the least obtrusive of its kind, very subtle, and in keeping with the concept of the quality optics.

NOTE:
These shades were sold with either/or/both the Razorblade style, one piece nosebomb, or a pair of individual "teardrop" bombs.
I call 'em "teardrop" because they tend to fall off, sometimes unnoticed.
You'll leave a trail of tears and epithets while you re-trace every step taken since it dove away.
I continue to audition methods to make them STAY.
Xtremehardy388 -
Pretty good shoe. This was my first Oakley shoe. They take a little bit to work in but once that's done, they work really well. They're also pretty stylish. Haven't had to use the waterproofing feature, yet, but I assume it's pretty good. This shoe is awesome on the course. Doesn't weigh down your feet.
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