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Oakley Men's Oo9009 Flak Jacket Xlj Rectangular Sunglasses

Aprox. 99€ - see price -

  • Plastic
  • Made in US
  • Oakley's Plutonite Lenses offer top UV Protection filtering 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400mm. Oakley’s lightweight Plutonite lens material offers superior comfort, clarity & protection against impact and ultraviolet radiation.
  • Patented High Definition Optics (HDO) provides superior optical clarity and razor-sharp vision at every angle.
  • O Matter stress-resistant frame is lightweight & durable for all-day comfort & protection. Oakley’s injection molded thermoplastic O-Matter frame provides improved strength & flexibility over traditional acetate & is built to withstand shifting or deforming over time.
  • Interchangeable lens system designed to optimize performance in any environment. (Extra lenses sold separately).
  • Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads for increased comfort and performance. Pads increase grip with perspiration to help provide a secure and custom fit.
  • Three-Point Fit: Comfort and performance that holds lenses in precise optical alignment. Contact only happens at the bridge of the nose and behind the temples.
  • Soft, zippered sunglass case and Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses.
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  • Use almost exclusively for golfing.

    I had a pair of the Fast Jackets, but wanted the Prizm lenses which were not offered for the Fast Jackets. I broke down and got this pair. I'm not a fan of spending a lot of money on sunglasses(I got a really good deal from a friend on the Fast J's), but these will end up being worth it to me. I use them almost exclusively for golf. I have used them for other situations, but the primary reason I purchased them was to wear them on the course.

    They are very comfortable and much lighter than my Fast Jackets. For the course, I like them much better. The Prizm lenses are great and to me they do provide more contrast, but on no cloud in the sky days, it isn't always enough. I've worn both a baseball style hat(sunglasses over the hat) and a New 2014 Titleist Aussie Bucket Hat/Cap COLOR: White SIZE: Large/X-Large with these sunglasses. I find them very comfortable with both.

    The XLJ lenses' coverage is great and I feel as if my eyes are truly protected out in the sun. I would recommend these sunglasses highly, and if the cost is a deterrent, just keep an eye out. You can always find some deals somewhere, or even used and you can replace lenses. If you're looking for a solid pair of golfing or outdoor sunglasses, give the Flak Jackets a try.


    Exactly what I expected. Mine came with a hard case and a soft case for the glasses. I LOVE these for running and daily wear. They fit so nice. The only reason I needed to order them (second pair) is because I smashed the ones I had when I left them under the hood of my truck. The lenses didn't break. OAKLEY FOREVER!

    The grip on the socks (rubber side pieces) is amazing and doesn't rip hair out, at least for me, when I remove them. The nose piece keeps the glasses in place when I'm running (sub 3 marathoner PR) in wind, rain, or anything else. I have this as prescription sunglasses and wear them hiking, riding jet skis, and anywhere I can think of.

  • Fake Oakley glasses

    There almost Oakley’s. I have real Oakley prescription glasses purchased from my eye doctor and three different lense sets. I wanted another frame to avoid changing lenses so often. The picture made these look legitimate at an affordable price. Close comparison to my real Oakley glasses indicates these are fake. My prescription lenses fit, so they do solve my problem. Just wonder how much I overpaid for knockoffs.

  • Good for bright conditions and sports

    I really love these. They fit snug, and keep things from being too bright. Lens shape keeps backlight or light from below or straight above from coming in. The lack of frame on the bottom of the lenses is great for cycling. (Even a thin frame can be a distraction when you are looking back over your shoulder on a bike). They will not fall off your head too easily. The rubber grippers on the ends of the stems hold your head w/o any discomfort. Others have said they are not easy to wear w/ a hat. I often wear a snug New Era baseball hat and yes, they *sort of* get in the way, but a simple adjustment of hat angle, or slipping the hat over the glasses stems (behind ears) making it slightly more snug, solves that problem.

    I have no idea if these are worth the price, there are other cheaper polarized UV reduced lenses out there. I will say this though, I try my best to be careful of them because they are so expensive, but the few times they fell on the ground (asphalt or cement), no scratches. I'm lucky? Or good plastic? Anyway, I recommend them.

    Great hard case included, will protect them in your luggage etc.

    **They are not perfectly dark mirrors: your eyes will be slightly visible to others, not quite ninja.

    **Careful in ordering replacement lenses-- the ones on amazon I got were from another co. not Oakley, and the plastic hooks that click in to the glasses frames were slightly different shape and wouldn't fit. Be careful to get the correct model and version of Flak lens replacements as they may not fit.

  • Excellent sunglasses

    Excellent sunglasses. The Prizm Golf lenses make the course much clearer in the bright sun. I went with the older model, the Flak Jacket XLJ, over the new Flak 2.0 because I like the way the older model fit my face better. The Flak 2.0 let in a little more light around the side edges, and I was looking for something that covered everything. The Flak 2.0 were a little lighter and more comfortable than the Flak Jacket XLJ, but the difference is pretty negligible. Overall I think the Flak Jacket XLJ was the right choice for me and I am happy with my decision.