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Deviate from the wire-frame sunglasses status-quo with the Oakley Deviation Sunglasses. These lifestyle shades are made with sport-tested (and proven) materials, allowing the Deviation to chill or crank it up to 11.

  • Constructed from C-5 alloy, a high-modulus, super-lightweight, high-performance material
  • 8+ base lens curvature increases peripheral vision by curving the lenses around the side of your face while providing a sporty, face-hugging wrap
  • Plutonite lenses resist impact, offer distortion-free vision, and block 100% of UV rays
  • Three-point fit keeps the sunglasses aligned on your head without any pressure
  • Unobtainium earsocks and air-filled silicone nosepads provide a weightless grip that doesn't slip


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Brown Camo = Tortoiseshell

    I got these from Whiskey Militia when they were on sale. Don't be fooled, it says Brown Camo, but what they really mean is Tortoiseshell. Because that's what these are.



    So, if you are good sporting tortoiseshell frames, these are a good bet. I like 'em, and they have classic Oakley style and quality.

    paging mr. draper

      The Deviation is a unabashed look at what Mad Men's most famous character would wear if Oakley were around in the 1960s. Taking style cues from vintage military-issue Randolph Engineering sunglasses, the Deviation's squared-off lens profile, bayonet arms, flat wire bridge, and subtle branding (not every colorway - choose accordingly) combine to create a timeless style with the best optics Oakley has to offer. Think of it like the Frogskin of aviator styles.

      * slightly oversized lens profile, but it wears better than many 'teardrop' aviators if you're not into the droopy lens look
      * rubber earstems don't grip as well as I'd like, but I was really impressed with the pillowy air-filled nosepads - they are extremely comfortable and supple enough to keep the frame in place all day
      * got the Brown Camo colorway: really unique finish gives the glasses a subtle, understated look. Badass.

      if don draper did oakley

        The Deviation is a unabashed look at what Mad Men's most famous character would wear if Oakley were around in the 1960s. Taking style cues from vintage military Randolph Engineering sunglasses, the squared-off lens profile, bayonet arms, flat wire bridge, and subtle branding (not every colorway - choose accordingly) combine to create a timeless style with the best optics Oakley has to offer. Think of it like the Frogskin of aviator styles.

        * slightly oversized lens profile, but it wears better than many 'teardrop' aviators if you're not into the droopy lens look
        * rubber earstems don't grip as well as I'd like, but I was really impressed with the pillowy air-filled nosepads - they are extremely comfortable and supple enough to keep the frame in place all day

        if don draper did oakley