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A flash of lightning struck right in front of you, and from it emerged a man from the future wearing the Oakley Dispatch Sunglasses. 'Take them, we have no need for shade since we blocked out the sun,' he said before disappearing again. He didn't say whether it was from pollution or giant inflatable cartoon animals, but either way you're grateful because these stylish shades block out 100% of the UV rays and look like they're from at least 2120.

  • Hydrophobic lens coating permanently repels water, sweat, and skin oils so the lens stays clean and clear
  • O-Matter flexible frame material for durability and all-day comfort
  • Plutonite lens filters out 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light up to 400nm
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an aviator for the overstated

    Sporting one of the largest lenses that Oakley has ever produced, the Dispatch is clearly modeled after a classic oversize aviator lens profile, but minus all the delicate, prissy shit. Not classic, and not understated - instead, this is a bold, chunky, and lightweight o-matter frame that remains super clean, and hugely over the top. If you're still bitching about how "Oakley no longer produces tiny wrap-arounds, like the ones Cyclops wore in the first X-Men movie," this is not the sunny for you.

    good casual specs, BUT..

      so they have great coverage, they are a big, frame. small faces, look elsewhere. i love giant specs, so these are a good casual, knock-around sunglass. they are very light, relatively durable, but i've had two problems. 1) i find the lenses scratch easier than some of my other glasses. they seem a bit fragile... however the lens clarity is stellar, and things acutually look clearer and crisper with oakley lenses. i love their optics. here is my big gripe. oakley customer service sucks donkey parts. one of the "o"s popped out on its own, and i called to ask oakley about this. they said it happens, but they wanted $10 to replace the "o" or i had to pay $40 to send them in for an "evaluation" what a absolute joke. this is horrific customer service. any other company i can think of just sends out a new part if something goes missing. i've had companies send me a shippng label to send somethign in for free warranty.. Oakley shoudl take note.


        A new look from the past. Whats fun about these is that they come with another set of "O" icons so you can pop them out and change to give them a custom look. You'll have to close the temple arm, slide the shinny bar towards the back of the temple to remove the "O", insert the new color and flip the temple arm open to lock it back in. These are larger frames all O- Matter.