oakley - Oakley Men's Oo9343 M2 Frame XL Shield Sunglasses


Oakley Men's Oo9343 M2 Frame XL Shield Sunglasses

Aprox. 146€ - see price -

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  • Made in US
  • Oakley Plutonite Lenses offer 100% UV Protection filtering 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.
  • Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads for increased comfort and performance. Pads increase grip with perspiration to help provide a secure and custom fit.
  • Interchangeable lens system designed to optimize performance in any environment. (Extra lenses sold separately).
  • Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses.
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  • Stylish, cheap feeling $140 glasses

    Im in the market for new glasses. My expensive Under Armours that I bought started falling apart soon after I bought them (cheap china junk).

    The 2 issues these sunglasses have in common with the Under Armours I previously owned....they are expensive and cheaply made.

    I never owned a pair of Oakley glasses myself, but my dad used to always have a pair back in the 90s and they felt solid. I tried on 5 different pairs of current day Oakleys and they all have felt very flimsy, plastic junk. And funny enough, they are even more expensive then they used to be! I have noticed there are pairs of Oakleys that have 'Made in America' stamped on the glasses themselves. So I am assuming any pairs that are not boasting that information, its likely they are Chinese made parts that are assembled in America.

    Although these look nice and are comfortable, this is clearly a case of you paying $30ish for the actual glasses and $140ish for the Oakley symbol on them. These honestly do not feel substantially different than $10 no name Walmart glasses. I dont mind spending the extra money on glasses, if I know they are going to last.

    A few other mentions:

    1) These do not come with a hard case. They come in a soft draw string bad. For the price tag, you would think they would include a case, especially considering the delicate open lens design. I would expect the life expectancy to drop even more if you are not storing these in a hard case.

    2) The nose guard is comfortable, but obnoxiously huge. Its actually a distraction when wearing.

    3) When running with these glasses on, if they are not on your face in a secure position (which is slightly different that normal position) they will bounce up and down on your nose. this probably depends on the persons face structure, but if you have the same issue you can reposition them until they stop bouncing.

    All that being said, I still do like the M2 model out of all the other Oakleys I tried on. I just dont like them enough to spend $140 - $180. I 'might' buy them if they were closer to the $100 mark. But I would still feel like Im gambling if the glasses are going to last long enough to justify the cost.

  • Awesome sunglasses

    Love the size and the look. Always been a fan of M frames and how they hug your face. Highly recommend.