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It would be kinda cool if you could put on the Oakley Jupiter Polarized Sunglasses and suddenly be floating around in Jupiter’s atmosphere. Then again, you’d burn up in about negative-two seconds, which wouldn’t be so great. And then you wouldn’t get to take advantage of these shades’ lightweight O Matter frame, clean, angled frame lines, and glare-cutting polarization.

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    Great glasses if you can get them on sale. I got them for 50 bucks on whiskeymilitia, but I would not pay 150 for them. If you find them for cheaper they are a great pair of glasses that take all the glare away without darkening your surroundings.

    Pretty Cool

      These glasses are pretty cool. If you can't get your hands on a pair of Frogskins, then these will have to do, but I would prefer Frogskins. The curve above the eyebrows is exaggerated on this pair, which makes them somewhat more effeminate on many people. You definitely have to have the right face shape to wear these glasses well. They do fit a at a medium width and fit many face sizes in the medium to large range.

      Excellent Optics

        I live and work on the water and the optics were excellent. High clarity with exceptional polarization. I rated these with four stars because of the size of the frames. I ultimately returned the glasses because of the size.

        How do the fit as size of these compare...

        How do the fit as size of these compare to the frogskins?

        Hey Matt, I have a pair of both the Frogskin and the Jupiter. I find the Jupiter to fit tighter around the head as the O Matter frame is all around more substantial. I also find that they fit a bit smaller on the face than the Frogskin as the diameter of the lense is smaller. I much prefer the fit of the Jupiter to that of the Frogskin. While I love both frame styles, I find the Frogskins to be loose and easily fall of my face.