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- Plastic frame
- Plastic lens
- 100% UV protection coating
- Lens width: 63 millimeters
- Bridge: 18 millimeters
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- Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 3.5 x 3.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: USA
- ASIN: B00VO3INE2
- Item model number: Flak Jacket Xlj
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 4, 2015
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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These new ones are spot on to the older ones, although I like the coloring (solid black) better. Same great quality it appears, same good sizing for my huge noggin. Hoping these ones will last for another 10 years!
For those of you considering the various frame colors here. The 'Carbon' frame is more of a matte dark grey, with matte lighter grey ear socks and frame accents (around Oakley 'O' on frame sides). I was a big fan of the grey color scheme, despite expecting more of a black and grey similar to the pictures here. I wasn't very excited about the color of the 'O' on the sides of the frame though. This is a lighter purple color than the stock photos would lead you to believe. In fact I would say that it's glossy purple and not royal blue like the stock photos. I feel like it clashes too much with the ice lenses I purchased for these. The Carbon frame is an older 'Infinite Hero' special edition of the Flak Jacket. I believe they made several styles of glasses in this color scheme edition.
Also, if you're debating lens colors like I was at first, make sure you do your homework on base tints for Oakley lenses. They make some great purpose-built lenses in my opinion, but the colors vary widely (both exterior and what your eye sees from the interior). Many, if not most, of their colored lenses these days seem to have varying degrees of contrast enhancement for different lighting conditions and activities. They don't have a ton of concise information on their site about every lens, but I found several forums where people are discussing them and their differences. This is just a word to the wise, based on my experience. I tried on a few different pairs locally and thought I had things figured out to get a blue lens similar to my old ice Juliet's, but found that the H2O deep polarized lenses actually have a contrast enhancing 'rose-colored' tint to them and not a neutral black/grey like my old Ice lenses. Again, this was before realizing that Oakley still makes ice lenses and does so for the Flak Jackets. I ordered and am very happy with the Polarized Ice lenses from Amazon, and am now just waiting on what I hope is my final frame order. And yes, as far as I can tell the current gen Polarized Ice lenses appear the same as the roughly 10 yr old Polarized Ice lenses from my Juliet's.