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Oakley Men's Flak Jacket XJL Polarized Sunglasses EXPIRED

MMMope 431 782 June 21, 2016 at 08:06 PM in Men's Accessories (5) More Oakley Deals
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Promoted 06-22-2016 by johnny_miller at 12:34 PM View Original Post
Oakley.com has Oakley Men's Flak Jacket XJL Polarized Sunglasses (Jade Iridium, pictured) for $128.50 - 25% in-cart discount = $96.38. Shipping is free. Thanks MMMope

Also available, Oakley.com has Oakley Men's Flak Jacket XJL Sunglasses (various) for $98.50 - 25% in-cart discount = $73.88. Shipping is free.

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Edited June 22, 2016 at 03:05 AM by MMMope
Flak jacket XLJ on sale sunglasses get another %25 off when added to cart. Other models get discount as well.

Non polarized colors [oakley.com] as low as $73.88 - colors blue and red in stock select color via picture

Polarized as low [oakley.com] as $96.38

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I only saw one polarized set under $100 but there are several non polarized colors that were available for under $75.
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I always buy the non polarized ones and then buy my replacement polarized lenses from Revant Optics.

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bought, thanks OP
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The polarized is the way to go, IMHO. I'm not crazy about those "racing stripes" on the frames, but might go for it anyway.
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These are the only sunglasses that I would trust....had 3 of them for years, 2 of them I leave on my cars all the time, heat/cold-summer/winter.....they are still very good as of this writing whilst some other sunglasses I had before will get brittle & break easily in just a matter of months.

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The polarized is the way to go, IMHO. I'm not crazy about those "racing stripes" on the frames, but might go for it anyway.
yup, only problem with polarized is that rainbow/ripple effect esp. when you look into rear window or tinted glasses.....but that doesn't bother me in anyway...only grasp I had with it was looking on phones and gps.....Smilie
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I always buy the non polarized ones and then buy my replacement polarized lenses from Revant Optics.
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I own two of these sets and have been disappointed trying anything else. The replacement polarized lenses are $100 alone
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yup, only problem with polarized is that rainbow/ripple effect esp. when you look into rear window or tinted glasses.....but that doesn't bother me in anyway...only grasp I had with it was looking on phones and gps.....Smilie
Yeah, I notice the polarization when pumping gas or looking at my phone---those screens looks blank until I take off the glasses. Small price to pay to kill glare, though.

Good idea from previous poster about getting lenses from another source. Thanks for that info!
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Yeah, I notice the polarization when pumping gas or looking at my phone---those screens looks blank until I take off the glasses. Small price to pay to kill glare, though.

Good idea from previous poster about getting lenses from another source. Thanks for that info!
I have samvette replacement lens on one of my oakleys.....the revant seems a good price and reviews.
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Pulled the trigger before the deal was dead! Not cheap even on sale, but I do like good sunglasses. My Smiths are starting to delaminate and lenses are scarce. I should be able to get new ones for these for years to come.
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So, I got a larger head. Anyone know what the differences between the Asian Fit and these XLJs are?
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The Black Framed -Non Polarized XLJ (G30 red lens) are Now OOS Mad
Bought the Polarized version instead just to have a spare pair.
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So, I got a larger head. Anyone know what the differences between the Asian Fit and these XLJs are?
You don't want Asian Fit - For Smaller Nose Size - The cut and dry of it is that Asian Fit frames were designed for faces with shallower nose bridges and higher cheeks. People with these facial features note that traditional frames tend to slide down the nose and rest against the cheeks, making for an uncomfortable fit. Generally, those of Asian descent have these facial characteristics, hence the sometimes controversial name choice adopted by the eyewear industry.
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So, I got a larger head. Anyone know what the differences between the Asian Fit and these XLJs are?
If you have a larger head, the Radar would most likely best for you.
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If you have a larger head, the Radar would most likely best for you.
My melon is more or less average in size. I've tried these on before and they were just right. My Smiths are almost a little big like the Radars, but I bought them for mountain biking and they work fine for that purpose. These should be good all-around frames.

I'll get used to the Mini Cooper-inspired racing stripe.
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