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Oakley mens Oo9096 Fuel Cell Rectangular Sunglasses Rectangular Sunglasses

Aprox. 116€ - see price -

  • 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.
  • Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses. Oakley Twin Toric lens technology with HDO
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Reviews

  • Yes They're Real & A Steal!

    These are my favorite Oakley's and it's even sweeter that Amazon (they're the seller) has them for more than half off. I have other sunglasses (**including some Gascans I also got for half off from Amazon **as the seller too not a third party** & they don't have the slow ship time like these. Just put a pair in your cart and watch the price in Winter/Early Spring. In May the price went back to regular retail.) so the 30 day delivery time wasn't a big deal to me. I ended up receiving these in a little over 2 weeks. These appear to be bulk orders Amazon places with Oakley and passes the discount on to us.

    For the record... yes, these are real. See my pics. I own a few pair of prescription Oakley glasses and sunglasses and the frame spec printing and raised areas match what they should.

    On to my personal thoughts regarding the Fuel Cell(FC) non-polarized Matte Black Grey Lens. As a guy with a huge noggin (size 8 fitted hat) I had read reviews saying the FC was a better fit for bigger heads than Gascans. I found the fit the same on my oval shaped head, comfortable with no irritation and secure enough to endure some running without strings around my neck. The real aesthetic advantage of the FC is the larger lense size compared to the Gascans. The lenses are large but not to the point of looking goofy. If I don't look like a goofball then I'll call that a win. I have no problem with the non-polarized lenses either. They grey are dark enough that you couldn't see my eyes unless I was directly under bright light and I can't tell the difference between polarized and non-polarized. I've seen the cool demonstration Oakley and others have and own polarized sunglasses but the glare reduction just seems the same. I don't care for the mirrored lens look either so these are perfect for me. If you're not sure whether you need/prefer polarized lenses or not you can give the less expensive non-polarized a try and if for some reason you need to go polarized later you can buy the Oakley replacement lenses for around forty bucks and would have still saved in the neighborhood of fifty doll hairs off retail.
    The only negative is that these don't come with a hard case like prescription Oakleys do. For the full price product you should expect it. The Oakley cases run $18-35. I prefer the Hazard 4 cases(under$20 and 1000D reinforced ballistic nylon.) It's like Maxpedition made a glasses case.(They don't FYI.)
    If you make sure you buy from Amazon and that you're not in a hurry you can't go wrong. Not a bad setup for a birthday or holiday gift when you know it's a date far off and Amazon's slow boat won't mess up your plans. I'd definitely buy them again here and probably will get some for my son.

  • Great Fit! Great price!

    I never had a pair of Oakeley’s before. I picked the Fuel Cell models for the price I found them at the time. I’m really glad I picked the Fuel Cell!s. They fit great! They’re a darker shade than I expected, but I like them like that. The frames fit great. The best part was that I received them a day before the July 4th celebration! I hadan awesome day wearing them.

  • Genuine glasses despite the low price!!

    So far I'd have to say that to the best of my knowledge these sunglasses do appear to be real, so despite the low price and so-so reviews I'm going to have to State my opinion as being they are real. First impressions are they're pretty comfortable nice and tight on the head and don't feel cheaply made.. I have to update my review in a couple of months after daily use to finalize my opinion on them.

  • Real Deal

    these are the real deal. Was a bit hesitant based on the 50% off retail price, but since it was from Amazon LLC as the seller I took the risk. I compared them to a pair from sunglasses hut and they are the real deal. Literally identical with the proper UPC's and codes etched on the frames...other people have posted pictures in the reviews and that's exactly what you get. I had a $10 off coupon for Amazon so $46.50 for a real pair of Oakleys is worth it

  • Cheap and brittle-feeling plastic sunglasses

    My $14 Merry’s sunglasses have a better look and feel than these much pricier Oakley Fuel Cell glasses I purchased at the same time. The Oakley sunglasses are all plastic and feel cheap and brittle by comparison. If I didn’t know better, I would think that the Oakley’s were counterfeit knock-offs. Not the quality I expected at all. The packaging indicates that these are used by the special forces. Possibly special forces of bookkeepers; they don’t seem rugged enough to be used by anyone’s military.

  • Perfect awesome sunglasses

    I was always someone who thought all sunglasses are the same and I always bought gas station or Walmart ones! It let me tell you I ordered these cause of the price and I will never I mean never be cheap about sunglasses again! They are truly amazing perfect fit and I’m 6’5” 280 lbs so I have a big head lol and they fot perfect like they were molded to my head

  • Not Good.

    I got these Sunglasses to get a prescription on it. They look great on the picture, not so much in real life.
    What bothers me most is that they sit so close to my eyes my eyelashes are always brushing against the glasses, keeping them dirty. I would have returned them back if I didn't paid well over 200.00 on the prescription.
    It is not made in America, rather assembled in America. Plastic feels cheap and uncomfortable when setting on the ears. Over 7 pair of Sunglasses from Oakley and others mayor brands this got to be the worst of all.