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Oakley Men's Crosshair 2.0 Metal Sunglasses

75 customer reviews

Price: $150.00 & FREE Shipping
Matte Black Frame/Warm Grey Lens
Warm Grey Lens
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  • Standard Lenses
  • Imported
  • C-5 metal alloy frame
  • Plutonite polycarbonate lens
  • Non-Polarized
  • 100% UV protection coating
  • Lens width: 65 mm
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Product Description

Classic meets contemporary in CROSSHAIR® 2.0, the latest rendition of a lightweight C-5 alloy metal frame that merges classic aviator design with a contemporary lens shape and subtle sculptural details. The two lenses are cut from a single toric shield and mounted precisely to maintain the original contour. Oakley's POLARIC ELLIPSOID™ technology ensures clarity at all angles of view, and optical precision meets ANSI Z80.3 standards. Jacketed with UNOBTAINIUM® to increase grip with sweat, the sleek stems are part of a comfortable Three-Point Fit that gets a dose of dimension with icons that integrate with the hinges. Numerous lens/frame color combinations are available for CROSSHAIR 2.0, and all lenses are crafted from pure PLUTONITE® to optimize impact resistance and filter out 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400nm. HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS® (HDO®) is a standard feature. Key Features:.FRAME: Ultra-lightweight hi-modulus C-5™ metal frame material Patented hydrophilic UNOBTAINIUM® earsocks ensure a snug, secure fit Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment Integrated Metal Icon Accents.Ultra-lightweight hi-modulus C-5™ metal frame material.Patented hydrophilic UNOBTAINIUM® earsocks ensure a snug, secure fit.Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment.Integrated Metal Icon Accents.

Oakley Crosshair
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The Iconic Oakley Crosshair

This flashback flows with fluid contours that put a fresh spin on a classic teardrop shape. Sculptural detailing lays down distinction in a durable frame of lightweight C-5™ alloy, and Crosshair® carries Unobtainium® components to keep a grip on comfort. This is how yesteryear hits the forefront of style, and the vintage flavor is seasoned with premium optical technologies. Metal frames with teardrop lenses are time-honored designs. When Oakley created Crosshair, they respected the classics but added more than a few modern innovations in performance, comfort and protection. Oakley started off with C-5, an alloy of five metal compounds that team up to optimize durability while minimizing weight. The result is contemporary detailing that sets this frame apart while paying homage to iconic style. A raked-back contour of 8.75 base lens curvature opens your peripheral view. With the patented innovations of High Definition Optics® (HDO®), that view is razor sharp – all the way across the lens contour. You can get optional Iridium® lens coatings that balance light transmission, or even the premium HDPolarized lenses are available for Crosshair. All lenses are made of pure Plutonite® to filter out every harmful ray the skies throw down, including UVA, UVB and UVC.

Product Features
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Lens

  • Polarized lens options. Minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on the planet
  • Optimized peripheral vision and side protection against sun, wind and impact via 8.75 base lens curvature
  • UV protection of Plutonite® lens material that filters out 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400nm
  • Glare reduction and balanced light transmission of optional Iridium® lens coatings
  • Meets optical and impact requirements based on ANSI Z80.3 standards
  • Frames

  • Durability and all-day comfort of ultra-lightweight C-5 alloy
  • Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment
  • Patented Unobtainium® earsocks and new air filled silicon nosepads
  • Metal Icon accents


High Definition Optics
High Definition Optics
UV Protection
UV Protection
Impact Protection
Impact Protection
Premium Frame Materials
Premium Frame Materials

Crosshair HDO is a combination of technologies and patented innovations that give you clearer, sharper, and more accurate vision. HDO virtually eliminates distortion common in high-wrapped sunglasses.

Crosshair Plutonite filters out 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light up to 400nm.

Crosshair lenses are tested under extreme circumstances to guarantee superior portection against objects at varying speeds that no other lens offers.

Oakley has sought out the best materials to design and engineer all frames to provide the ultimate in performance, comfort, and design.

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  • ASIN: B003DQPBUM
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 2 inches; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Item model number: Crosshair 2.0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,649 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Cameron on October 24, 2012
    This past summer was a horrible summer for any sunglasses I touched. I went through about a dozen cheap pairs that I picked up from local brick and mortar stores. Sitting here I realize that, if I were to add up the cost of all these cheap sunglasses, I could of bought a couple of very nice pairs. I have only owned cheap sunglasses and I wondered if paying a premium on sunglasses is worth it.

    Enter the Oakley Mens Crosshair sunglasses

    I picked these up because they came to my attention being apart of a sale. I was hesitant due to even the sale price but, as I mentioned beforehand, just a few cheap pairs would cover the cost of these glasses.

    They arrived in the mail and come pre-packaged in a simple cardboard box. Within the cardboard box the glasses are protected in a soft cloth bag and also contain a cleaning rag and small info brochure.

    I immediately pulled out the glasses and spent the next few hours walking around trying them on and, have to say, I am pretty impressed.

    Many of my cheap glasses broke due to poor construction of the frames. These frames feel durable and like they will last. I have a large head that does put tension on glasses. These glasses were able to take the tension yet retain their original shape.

    The glasses are not polarized but do a good job on their own protecting my vision from the suns glare. The lenses are the perfect tint and did not block out my vision of the outside world.

    I received compliments from my wife and neighbors about how stylish the glasses look. It reminds me of the hoopla during the 80's when Tom Cruise sported "Aviator" glasses from the movie Top Gun and the craze he created.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matt on November 27, 2012
    I use these on my boat all summer and was very satisfied. Sun protection wise they are not the best but worked well. Style wise they looked awesome. They also stayed on my face amazingly well which was a huge plus.

    I would buy these again without a doubt. Good looks, solid protection and fit well.
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    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ET3Eric on July 27, 2013
    I believe I have a slightly above average sized head. I don't know if that contributes to any of the minor issues I have with the glasses, but they are as follows:

    1) The nose pads are uneven. They are not aligned properly. This causes one pad to "carry" more weight and leaves a larger, more pronounced nose pad spot after wear. Which is another problem, they leave horrendous nose pad marks. I don't even push them on.

    2) One of the legs gets so ridiculously loose that I've resorted to tightening it and never folding the leg. I think the freaking thing would fall of given enough time.

    3) The warm grey lens is just a little too light for summer days in Florida. I find myself squinting to a degree I don't have to when wearing my other high end pair of sunglasses.

    4) Having a slightly larger than average head, the wrap on these isn't as good as I'd like. On very sunny days it can certainly begin to take its toll.

    Conclusion: It may sound as if I hate the things but I don't. I just don't think they're cut out for my kind of use or head shape. The issues with the leg and nose pads I'm sure are unique to me and not a reflection of the model itself.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alexjeroless on October 6, 2012
    Lens Color: Warm Grey LensColor: Matte Black Frame/Warm Grey Lens Verified Purchase
    So happy with my sunglasses, nice style, a great sight during the day, and a natural feeling when am wearing.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Long knife 6 on August 10, 2014
    Lens Color: Warm Grey LensColor: Matte Black Frame/Warm Grey Lens
    Great looking with a very simple and clean design. I love Oakley's but never wanted to purchase any because the only product that I see in retail stores are the bulky looking Oakley's. So not wanting to look like a NASCAR driver, the Crosshairs were the best shades for me
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    Lens Color: Vr28 Black Iridium LensColor: Polished Chrome Frame/Vr28 Black Iridium Lens Verified Purchase
    I've purchased cheap sunglasses in the past and they would only last a year, season or so. So I figured I would invest in a good pair of sunglasses that would last a while...we'll, I was wrong. I bought these crosshairs the end of April and within two months, the swing arm screw was stripped causing one of the arms to be so loose until they now will not fit correctly.

    Now I know if you pay the kind of money and of course the Oakley reputation they carry, they should last longer than a pair of $20 strip mall sunglasses. I tried returning these and of course the 30 day return policy is past, but you would think you should be able to have some type of service warranty for glasses that cost $160. Keep your money and buy something reputable from a department store were you can have service for something you would most likely use every sunny day.
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    By Steven H. Brink on September 17, 2011
    Lens Color: Vr28 Black Iridium LensColor: Polished Chrome Frame/Vr28 Black Iridium Lens Verified Purchase
    I bought these for my wife after she found them in a fancy ski shop in Lake Tahoe. Found them much cheaper here on Amazon. She loves the frame and it doesn't look too big on her smaller frame face. She had them adjusted to fit squarely at her optometrist office and just loves them. They have a nice comfortable rubber wrap where they rest over the ears so it makes them comfortable to wear for a longer time. She drives a lot for work and the lens has a high protection rating (3), highest you can get in an Oakley lens that is still rated for driving. The only higher rating (4) is not recommended for driving. They look super!
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