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Awesome shades!!!!

    These Oaks rock!! They definitely have a solid build. I use them for everything. Running, working, hiking, driving, and just chillin on the lake. I get tons of compliments on them. They are definitely for larger faces. They actually fit my massive head (just short of an 8 1/2 hat size...). If you have a slim face then I strongly recommend looking for a different style. And as for the people that like oversized glasses, I personally don't think these are good for the oversized look. The bottom corners on the far left and right are somewhat square, and if they don't fit your face, they'll kind of just hang out over your cheekbones. I just personally think looks awkward on smaller faces. But if these will fit you, then definitely buy them!!

    GREAT SUNGLASSES

      I have a "substantial" noggin. These fit PERFECTLY! The oversize lenses let no light in 'cept where they're s'posed to. They're comfortable, stay on, and the field of view is unlimited. Typical Oakley, in that they're crystal clear and there is no distortion. Got 'em off SAC for a song but they'd be worth full price . . . and I HATE paying full price! One other thing, with these big ol' lenses my next purchase will HAVE to be a Winnebago!!

      GREAT SUNGLASSES

        I have a "substantial" noggin. These fit PERFECTLY! The oversize lenses let no light in 'cept where they're s'posed to. They're comfortable, stay on, and the field of view is unlimited. Typical Oakley, in that they're crystal clear and there is no distortion. Got 'em off SAC for a song but they'd be worth full price . . . and I HATE paying full price! One other thing, with these big ol' lenses my next purchase will HAVE to be a Winnebago!!

        HUGE

          be warned: these shades are HUGE. they look giant from the outside, and they feel roomy from the inside. If you have anything but a large head, stay away from these sunglasses unless you want to look like a fool. I use these for driving and they are super comfortable, even after a 6 hour drive. The lenses on these are so big that I might even break them out for a day on the slopes if it gets warm enough at the end of riding season.

          good coverage

            These are one of my Oakley favorites. The Eyepatch has good all around coverage, no light slips through the top or sides.. I have a wider face and they work very nicely. They can be worn casually, with a bit of skater / snowboarder injected style. Oakley uses very quality materials in their lenses, and the Eyepatch does indeed have interchangeable lenses :)

            Oakley Eyepatch

              I recommend The Eyepatch for anyone who's had to deal with small frames and lenses which leave you looking like you stole glasses off an eight year old.
              The Eyepatch could cover up Walter Cronkite's eyebrows. The lenses are nice and dark. If you have the Todd Francis editions, it's probably not a mistake you do have them so congrats on being cool.

              Lens: 2" h X 2 5/8'' w
              Temple to temple: 7 1/4''
              Arm: 5"

              Balllin!

                Hooray for glasses that fit massive domes like my own.
                These glasses are wide, and protect your entire vision field. With my head, they do not let light in from the sides and make everything crystal clear.
                I recommend these for anyone with a big head or just wanted a bigger frame.

                Great for wide faces

                  These sunglasses are great for wide faces. I also have a pair of Oakley Straight Jackets and Smith Thresholds that fit about the same, but these are just a touch wider. The bottle green/smoke lens combo is a good combo for leisure and business. Very good value for the money.

                  If you can fit the regular Gascans how do...

                  If you can fit the regular Gascans how do these fit in relation to them?

                  Has anyone gotten lens scratches? I know...

                  Has anyone gotten lens scratches? I know Oakley is pretty proud of their "plutonite", but how much of that is hype?