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You need the Scalpel, stat.

The Oakley Scalpel Sunglasses combine lightweight, versatile performance with next-level optical clarity. Whether you’re on the trail, the lake, or the links, 100%-UV-blocking Plutonite lenses ensure surgically-precise vision, while the frame features Unobtanium anti-slip technology to keep the fit secure.

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5 5

Sweet Sporty Shades

Fashion meets Function with these shades from Oakley. Great coverage, lightweight, nice shades for being active. Fit is sweet, stays in place..overall, more quality eye protection from Oakley.

5 5

surgical lines through traffic

Calling the Scalpel anything other than a great, versatile pair of sport sunnies ("Oakley Forceps" just doesn't have the same effect) would be something of an injustice. But after trying both, all I can find myself thinking about these, is that they're essentially a "poor man's Jawbone." Near identical optical clarity (the Plus Red Irid lenses are amazing in flat light), similar taller frame profile, and flexible, yet comfortably snug fit (thanks to the Unobtanium in the ear socks and nose pads). At first glance, they don't appear as technical as the Jawbones, due in part to their less aggressive styling, and the obvious lack of each 'jaw' hinge. The frame material is also different - still a fairly lightweight plastic - typical of many Oakley frames, but with a slightly more brittle feel.

Despite minor nit-picking on the construction, I still really like these glasses, and they've spent a great deal of time on my face in a wide variety of activities - I just reach for something else on race day.

5 5

surgical lines through rush hour traffic

Calling the Scalpel anything other than a great, versatile pair of sport sunnies ("Oakley Forceps" just doesn't have the same effect) would be something of an injustice. But after trying both, all I can find myself thinking about these, is that they're essentially a "poor man's Jawbone." Near identical optical clarity (the Plus Red Irid lenses are amazing in flat light), similar taller frame profile, and flexible, yet comfortably snug fit (thanks to the Unobtanium in the ear socks and nose pads). At first glance, they don't appear as technical as the Jawbones, due in part to their less aggressive styling, and the obvious lack of each lens hinge. The frame material is also different - still a fairly lightweight plastic - typical of many Oakley frames, but with a slightly more brittle feel.

Despite minor nit-picking on the construction, I still really like these glasses, and fully anticipate they'll spend a great deal of time on my face in a wide variety of activity, just not on race day.

5 5

Nice for Sports

Yet another new design by Oakley. I have the dark grey/plus red iridium. What's nice is the Unobtanium on the nose and ear stem. You don't see this much on the fashion end of Oakley's, more the sporty ones. This piece is between the two. The Unobtanium grips the face and helps hold the sunglass in place. Nice wrap on the face and head for proper eye protection from wind and debris. The red Iridium is a nice lens, offers good sun protection but also works well in low light situations. Stoked on these for activities.