Code: WINTER20

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The real deal for polarized clarity.

The Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Angling Collection Sunglasses combine razor-sharp polarized technology with a lightweight, artfully sculpted semi-rimless frame and wide-coverage lenses. While some companies glue a polarizing film between the lenses of their sunglasses, Oakley bonds its polarizing filter at a molecular level, which cuts haze and distortion. The thick temples on the Flak Jacket XLJ frames might look heavy, but Oakley uses super lightweight O Matter, comfortable nose pieces, and Unobtanium stem sleeves to create a well-balanced, secure fit. Oh, and did we mention the hydrophobic coating that prevents water-streaks and oily finger prints from compromising your vision?

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how are these on sale when the price is...

how are these on sale when the price is the retail price??

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I have a pair of half jackets xlj I was...

I have a pair of half jackets xlj I was just wondering if anywhere sells just the polarized lenses

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As a truck driver I spend a lot off driving hour from state to states Can this glasses help me ?

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The polarized lenses would help you, as would the hydrophobic properties of the lenses. This "angling" version filters colors for fishing, however. Try the normal flak jackets.

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The oakley flak jacket xlj are great for driving, I bought a pair to use over here in Iraq while doing convoy security operations and they are hard to beat. There are several different shades to use and polarized as well as non polarized lenses. I prefer the black iridium polarized because of the dark tint and glare reduction. Hope that helps.