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Original style with high-tech optics.

There are certain styles of shades that we can't say we're too sorry have passed (lookin' at you, 180-degree wrap-arounds), but some have stuck around, and that's a good thing. Case in point: the Oakley Summit Collection Limited Edition Frogskin sunglasses pay tribute to iconic '80s style, and homage to their famous original Frogskins at the same time.

Oakley wants you to wear these as technical eyewear, however, and they've jammed in the features to encourage you to do so. The Unobtainium nose and temple pads are hydrophilic so they won't slip, and the O-Matter frame is stress-resistant and extremely light. The proprietary Plutonite lenses utilize Oakley's XYZ Optics technology to promise zero distortion across the full width of each lens, and they block 100% of UVA, UVB, and UVC light. What's more, they exceed ANSI 787.1 impact-resistance requirements, so breakage isn't an issue, and they're Iridium-coated to reduce glare and promise balanced light transmission.

The Oakley Summit Collection Limited Edition Frogskin Sunglasses are available in five different color schemes and each pair includes a drawstring pouch.

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not the quality I expect from oakley

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I bought frogskins about 5 years ago. They had plastic hinges, and felt good. bought these more recently. WTF oakley? start making your stuff in China or something? The hinges don't fit properly on the frame - when the hinges "snap" on, the plastic hinges are obviously bent out of shape, halfway to snapping off again! so, the hinges pop off super easily. crap.

lens quality is good, though. at least they did something right.


  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Awesome price for some frog skins. They're Oakley how can you not like em. Wear these all the time and hold up great. Previous comment about being cheap feeling they are plastic not stainless steel, plenty durable for plastic. Would definitely buy another pair esp with the gold iridium lenses!

It's not you, it's me...

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I like these shades, good style, super light weight, love the mirrored lenses, and for the current price I couldn't pass them up. However, I have a larger head and they just don't work for me and have become just another backup pair in the glove box.


  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large


THE Red do have a Pink Iridium / Flat to Med. Light LENS. FIt on a guy with medium head. Great buy....and made in USA, NOT CHEAPLY MADE. Oakley quality shades.

The Gold run big, by that I mean between the Temples - 1/2 INCH wider across EACH... at the temple ends. If you are an Large Head these would be for you. I wear padded sunglass leash so they work for me. But if you have a narrow head, these will be toooo big. --->Strange, the Red and the Gold, same EYE width, BRIDGE and TEMPLE lengths, but on the Gold the glasses are wider across temple ends. Hope that makes sense. Big head gold, normal head red. My opinion and I am sticking to it. Great buy, great shades. Thank you - BOB. GOLD LARGE / RED NORMAL -

Eye Size - refers to the horizontal width in millimeters of one of the frame's lenses.

Bridge Size - measurement is the distance in millimeters between the two lenses. It is measured between the two closest points of the two lenses.

Temple Size - is measured along the length of the temple, from one end to the other, including the bend.

Vertical Size (B) - refers to the vertical height of an eyeglasses lens, and is measured from the tip to the bottom of the lens aperture of the frame.

Stylish Shades

    I own a pair of these in polished black/grey and love them so much that I just picked up one in aspen green/emerald iridium. It was a pretty easy decision with the current discount. They're a perfect pair of sunglasses to wear around town after biking or skiing.

    Light and good lookin'.

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size

    I'm usually a Smith guy, and while these certainly aren't as durable as some of my favorite Smith shades, they're nice and light, the optics are solid, and they look good--can't argue with the mirrored lenses.

    Great off the bike eyewear

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    A good pair of Radars or Jaw Bones are all but a necessity for racing, but when the bibs come off, the racing glasses need to follow suit. That's when I don the Frogskins. Their styling is timeless, and they go well with a post-race belgian brew.

    Cool Color Not the Fit I Wanted

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    I am pretty picky on the fit of sunglasses. I loved the frame and lens color on the Orange and Fire Iridium version but the fit just wasn't what I wanted. Lightweight, and steezy, just not for me.

    ZERO stars

      Cheaply made, all your paying for is the name on the side of the glasses.

      Do you feel that way because they are lightweight? My boyfriend and I both own SmithOptics sunglasses. I hate mine bc they're too heavy and his are awesome and featherweight. I want lighter sunglasses, so if you're saying they're cheaply made bc they're light that'd be awesome. If for some other reason, I'd love to hear it.