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Oakley Sunglasses: Men's Valve Black Polarized $70, Sliver XL Polarized EXPIRED

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Woot is having a massive sale on Oakley Sunglasses today!

48-78% off MSRP, with prices starting at $53.99.

Shipping is free for Prime members, or a one time $5 charge for the day.

Oakley sunglasses are some of the best, with sturdy construction and most (if not all) offer polarized lenses.

https://www.woot.com/plus/oakley-...gw_dly_img
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Right you are.

Oakley, Ray-Ban, Polo, Prada, Versace, Coach, Burbery, Bvlgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Kors, to name a few, are made by Luxottica
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thanks, I've been searching for some huge sunglasses
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thanks, I've been searching for some huge sunglasses
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thanks, I've been searching for some huge sunglasses
Haha not all are huge, although some are. I guess bad verbiage in the title on my part lol
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How much bigger are the sliver XL from the regular?
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Most name brand sunglasses are owned by monopoly Luxxotica
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how can i install my prescription lens on it?
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Most name brand sunglasses are owned by monopoly Luxxotica
Right you are.

Oakley, Ray-Ban, Polo, Prada, Versace, Coach, Burbery, Bvlgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Kors, to name a few, are made by Luxottica
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How much bigger are the sliver XL from the regular?
While reading online, looks like the Flak 2.0 XL is actually not that big. People claiming they're more in the medium/large side, which is perfect for me. Ended up purchasing the polarized version of the Flak 2.0 XL.

https://www.oakleyforum.com/threa...all.93936/
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While reading online, looks like the Flak 2.0 XL is actually not that big. People claiming they're more in the medium/large side, which is perfect for me. Ended up purchasing the polarized version of the Flak 2.0 XL.

https://www.oakleyforum.com/threa...all.93936/
Yes, Im not quite sure why they used the XL moniker....XLJ is usually used to denote the extended lenses.

I like the XLJs better, but for 90 bux I ordered the Flak Jacket XL. I *think* the lenses are a little bigger than the standard ones (I had a set of Half Jackets without XLJ), but not quite as long as XLJ.
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why would anyone want huge oakley sunglasses?
See my comment from an hour ago to the same quip
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why would anyone want huge oakley sunglasses?
If you are referring to our XL vs XLJ discussion, it is the length of the lenses that change....since the "frames" are open at the bottom of the lens, there are different lengths for different faces and/or preferences.

My original Half Jackets I would still get reflections up between my face and the bottom of the lens. Going to XLJ (longer) lenses blocked those reflections.
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Title changed so everyone can feel comfortable with the grammar
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