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I bought the Oakley half jacket replacement...
I bought the Oakley half jacket replacement lenses which look exactly like the originals, however I am not able to insert them. The outer lens tab slides in, but the inner tab will not fit. Any suggestions??
You may have received Flak Jacket or Half Jacket 2.0 lenses. It's hard to tell the difference by looking at them, in fact, I've been at an Oakley store and asked for Half Jacket XLJ lenses and received a pair that didn't fit. Return them and try again.
Are these xlj lenses real oakley lenses...
Are these xlj lenses real oakley lenses of fake ones?
Hi Logan Madren,
Thanks for your question. I had not idea that they were making fake rip-offs of the Oakley Half Jacket XLJ Dual Replacement Lenses, but the ones on this site are 100% legit from Oakley and not anyone else.
Are these for the original half jacket or...
Are these for the original half jacket or the new half jacket frames?
Actually, this listing is for the original Half Jacket lenses - the new Half Jacket lenses will have "2.0" in the title.
Do the nonpolarized lenses fit in half...
Do the nonpolarized lenses fit in half jacket frames that came with polarized lenses?
They certainly will as long as you are going Half-Jacket to Half-Jacket.
does anyone know where i can get some...
does anyone know where i can get some replacement lenses for my oakley eye jacket frames
You should be able to get them from oakley, but if not your best bet would be just to seach online. i.e. ebay or google shopping
Write your question here...do you have...
Write your question here...do you have polarized black iridium xlj lenses & how much?
Why doesn't anyone sell the replacement...
Why doesn't anyone sell the replacement XLJ Transitions lenses?
Write your question here...I am looking...
Write your question here...I am looking to get lense replacements for my son who is a baseball player. Which color is the best?
The black iridium is great for sunny days. Those should be great.
But, if it's only partly sunny, you may want to consider the polarized grey iridium; slightly less dark.
Also, may want to consider a photochromatic lens for even more 'ify' skies, this way he'll still have protection from the sun regardless, and they won't be too dark if the skies get cloudy, but will tint when it brightens up!
Write your question here...are these...
Write your question here...are these polarized? That s it :) thanks
I locking for replacement lenses for half...
I locking for replacement lenses for half x titanium frame ser. no.04-141 but no secses so I hope you can help me
what lens do I need for late afternoon...
what lens do I need for late afternoon bike riding, after the sun has set but before dark == the clear or the yellow?
The yellow would be a nice choice. It brightens things up and offers more depth and contrast to the shadows and darker areas. It even does pretty good in when it is completely dark outside.
Also, the photochromatic/transitions lenses. They offer both the black/clear, and a like brownish/clear that is supposed to be even better.
Check them out on the Oakley site, where you can get a simulated view of all the different lens options..."optical superiority" tab, in different out door environments. www.oakley.com
Another thought: consider vented lenses, since this is the time of day, early morning/evening that humidity and temp. changes, along with your body heat, causing lenses to fog up. Oakley sells a cleaner that helps with this a bit, too: "nano-clear hydrophobic pen/lens cleaner"(hate typing all that!), I have this, it helps repell rain off lenses.
Hope this helps for your future purchase!
are flak jacket and half jacket lenses...
are flak jacket and half jacket lenses interchangeable?
No they are not. You need to get the specific lens for the specific frame style.
recently purhcased half jacket with xlj...
recently purhcased half jacket with xlj gold irrodium polarized lenses.....need for golf.....what lense would you recommend? G30, G30 irrodium, Persimmon or HI Persmmon. Thanks....I play about 3 times per week reqardless of sunlight.
Black Irrodium even though its not in your selection but they will show you shadows on the green and dont distort colors
The black IRIDIUM/polarized lens would be best for very sunny days (I have these, and they are excellent); but for slightly overcast days, you'll want a lighter tint...maybe a gray iridium/polarized. For even a bit more cloudy days/or in and out of wooded areas, try a photochromatic lens.
Next time you are going to get a new pair of shades, check all the lens options on www.oakley.com...it's amazing how many there are to choose from! You can even get a simulated view through each type of lens, and various out door environments.
I own Oakley half jackets and I bought new...
I own Oakley half jackets and I bought new lenses for them but they don't fit. Why don't they?
There the same shape but the new ones are bigger
The regular round lenses and the XLJ lenses fit into the same frame. The round lenses aren't too difficult to change in and out. At first when I went to change in the XLJ lenses, I thought it was IMPOSSIBLE and that they didn't fit, but alas, they eventually went in. Since, I have filed down a corner that goes in the nose area to get them to snap in easier.
I have a pair of oakley half jackets with...
I have a pair of oakley half jackets with the normal lenses. can i buy XLJ replacement lenses and be able to change them with the regular lenses or no?
I got the VR28 Black Iridium lenses with some Christmas money - $50 well spent. The color is just perfect for a wide variety of conditions, and they don't look goofy around town like regular pink lenses do. The XLJ lenses are very easy to remove and replace, never had any trouble. Backcountry ships super fast - here in Utah I get my gear the day after I order. I'd say the only negative was the excessive amount of packaging the lenses came in. They were the only thing I ordered, and the box was almost shoe box sized.
Oakley Half Jacket XLJ
I own the Black Iridium and HI Yellow. I prefer these over the standard Half Jacket lens because they seem to deflect wind better when going 50 miles an hour downhill on your road bike. The lenses are also fairly easy to change out ~ if you follow the directions!
Great For Road Cycling
I originally bought my Half Jackets with Transitions lenses for the versatility that photochromic (variable tint) lenses provide. I couldn't be happier with the Half Jackets; however, when I took up road cycling as a hobby, I quickly realized that the regular shaped lenses did not provide enough coverage when I'm riding against the wind. I bought a set of XLJ lenses to address that issue and now, I think I have the best of both worlds -- regular shaped Transitions lenses for casual wear and XLJ lenses for cycling. If I had known, I would've opted for XLJ Transitions lenses (assuming that they exist)!
Lens fit regular half jacket frame.
Glasses look better than the regular half jacket lens.
Hadn't worn the glasses with the regular lens as it did fit well.
Not use to the lens color on bright days as it enhances the light. The glasses look classy with the Titanium Iridium.
how can you tell the xlj model half jackets...
how can you tell the xlj model half jackets from the regular ones?
The regular half jacket lenses have a flatter, straight side on the bottom and outside edge. The half jacket XLJ lenses have a concave, more curved bottom to them. The same goes for the outside edge of the lens for the XLJs. They have a curve in them toward the bottom while the regular half jacket lenses don't.EDIT: The XLJs have this funky extra bump on the outside lower edge. The regular Half Jackets look much cooler, the aesthetics are much better.