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John Rowe

John Rowe

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John Rowe

John Rowewrote a review of on March 28, 2011

5 5

These are basically just the Hijinx with a one piece lens. However that said they are a great glass. The lens is large, giving great coverage, and letting you still see everything you want without ugly frame in the way. They tend to fit most faces, and are just all around awesome. I would caution against getting lens' that contrast with the frame color a lot. They tend to look kinda funny. But thats personal choice.

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John Rowewrote a review of on January 9, 2011

5 5

These are a great deal. Smith makes some top quality optics, so you know your not putting so cheap piece of plastic in front of your eyes. The open-able venting is amazing for cold days you don't want the wind, or days you need the anti-fog. Extra len's make for having the right goggles for the day snow or shine!

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John Rowewrote a review of on December 24, 2010

5 5

This is an amazing job by Oakley. Large frame, yet I have had little issue with fogging. The slight hook on the end of the ears keeps them from constantly wanting to have lunch with the pavement. Light weight, full coverage, and the best Poly-Carb lens on the market. I recommended going Polarized, but saving the $40 makes these a great deal.

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John Rowewrote a review of on December 24, 2010

5 5

This is an amazing job by Oakley. Large frame, yet I have had little issue with fogging. The slight hook on the end of the ears keeps them from constantly wanting to have lunch with the pavement. Light weight, full coverage, and the best Poly-Carb lens on the market. I recommended going Polarized, but saving the $40 makes these a great deal.

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John Rowewrote a review of on December 24, 2010

2 5

The frame style on these is awesome. However the acetate frame is a huge let down. First the frame is way to narrow for most faces that want this large of a style of glass. Then the face that the frame will not bend or flex like normal O-Matter, but is stiff and even creaks. I feel like I'm always about to break these when I'm handling them. Much better options in the Wayfarer-esk style from Oakley. Look at the Frogskins or the Jupiter.

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John Rowewrote a review of on December 24, 2010

3 5

I love Oakley. However the Gascan just isn't quite right. It fits funny on the face, the stems start to hurt after long periods of wearing (1.5 hour trip to the mountain) and they tend to fall off your face without any ear "hooks". However they are one of the most durable glasses I own, and I have a love for popping in lens's that fall out, or stems that break off. Lens quality wise, better can be found, but overall a great pair of glasses. If your looking for your first pair, these are a good stepping stone into premium branded glasses.

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John Rowewrote a review of on December 23, 2010

3 5

I love Oakley. However the Gascan just isn't quite right. It fits funny on the face, the stems start to hurt after long periods of wearing (1.5 hour trip to the mountain) and they tend to fall off your face without any ear "hooks". However they are one of the most durable glasses I own, and I have a love for popping in lens's that fall out, or stems that break off. Lens quality wise, better can be found, but overall a great pair of glasses. If your looking for your first pair, these are a good stepping stone into premium branded glasses.

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