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Put it on and then put it all on the line.
You've heard the compliment before―especially when singing with your wing man or when spiking the volleyball into the sand. But when you wear the polarized Oakley Plaintiff Sunglasses, you know for a fact that you're dangerous. That's because the 100% UV-ray-blocking Plutonite lens lends you the visual acuity to keep your eyes on the ball, and the lightweight C-5 metal frame adds a sleek aviator style that steals women away from even the most capable adversaries.
- HDPolarized lens (or Iridium lens) reduce glare and enhance optical clarity―especially on the water or while driving
- The highly curved 8.75 base lens geometry ensures better peripheral coverage and XYZ Optics eliminate distortion in the sides
- Three-point fit means that the adjustable nose pads and temple grips keep the shade secured where you get the best vision possible during the volleyball match
- The titanium Mono Shock hinge stands up to abuse while allowing stretch for an easy fit on a variety faces
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
These sunglasses are awesome. I'm replacing a pair of broken ray bans (didn't survive toddler torture) and these by far are the best sunglasses I've owned, ever. I don't see myself using them for biking or running but as casual go-to glasses for driving, boating, hanging outside. The lenses are big, but come off as stylish (in a Jackie O meets Amelia Earhart aviator kinda way). I have a medium to smallish almond shaped face and they fit perfectly. Ordered the silver and black and as the previous review says there is no red on them.
Oakley Plaintiff Polarized Sunglasses
Polished Chrome / VR28 Black Iridium
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Living in NW Oregon sunglasses are often superfluous; on the rare occasion the clouds break and the sun shines these glasses are great. They're lightweight and comfortable. The lenses are polarized, so even on a bright cloudy day they're useful. When the clouds turn dark the VR28 lenses may be just a tad too dark to use, but that's a moot point because I can just take them off in those situations.
The glasses look great. The seem fairly sturdy (for glasses) and have large lenses. One of the lenses has the word "polarized" on it, which seems a little much, but I guess it's a nice reminder they're polarized.
the red ones shown arent the matte black OOs or w.e they're another 20 bucks in the oakley store so dont think if you order the black ones they will have any red on them