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- Made in US
- Plastic frame
- Plastic lens
- 100% UV protection coating
- Lens width: 60 millimeters
- Bridge: 15 millimeters
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Gascan lenses are cut from the curve of a single lens shield, then mounted in the frame to maintain the original, continuous contour. The look is so unique, we customized our corporate logo just for this eyewear. The lightweight o matter frame material offers premium comfort while our three-point fit retains the lenses in precise optical alignment.
Oakley was created for world-class athletes, those who see the limits of possibility as just another challenge. Their dedication drives the brand to look beyond the conventional ideas of industry standards. It's in Oakley's DNA to identify problems, create inventions, and wrap those inventions in art. And simply to make things better than anyone thought possible. Decades of Oakley innovation have been awarded more than 540 patents that elevate physics to the level of art. Technologies transcend sports to enhance the lives of consumers, and more than 110 countries now enjoy a full array of market-leading products including premium sunglasses, goggles, prescription eyewear, apparel, footwear and accessories. These products represent Oakley's commitment to excellence - a passion that redefines what is possible for those who defy their own limits.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0711C5JMG
- Item model number: 0OO9014
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 3, 2017
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Very nice sunglasses for the price; excellent value. Plastic body/frame does feel a little cheap but it's very strong. Taking 1/2 star away for lack of 'grip' on the face. Any face movement can slide the glasses off the face a bit. Longer arms would help with possibly some rubberized sleeves. I've been wearing the Det Cord model and the Gas Can model is definitely a bit smaller (by only a few mm's) but the height it nicer than the Det Cord -- which can seem large at times; however, if you want to seal out light completely then the Det Cord is probably better. I do prefer the look of the Gas Can model though.
I purchased the Ruby Iridium lenses and they are ideal for bright skies. My Det Cord's use the Prizm lenses but I can confirm they do scratch easy. After only a couple of months I ended up with scratch dead center in one lens. And I was constantly babying these glasses...
-> These fully shroud the light from the sun. Usually glasses leave gaps at the top and sides that allows sun in, negating the purpose of wearing them. These shut out the sun very well.
-> These are for a larger head. Many other glasses are for tiny heads and cut off circulation during prolonged wear. These fit a larger head very well.
-> I have very long eyelashes, and I hate how all of the other glasses I've owned allow my eyelashes to brush the lenses when I blink which is very annoying. These don't allow my eyelashes to touch the lenses even when pushed all the way to my face.
-> Lens clarity is exceptional, there is really a noticeable difference.
-> They just look freakin' cool.
On to the glasses - I probably have a bit larger head than most but "pumpkin" by no means - these fit tight in the temple area which is great for activities where some sunglasses may fly off your noggin - these probably won't even though there's no rubber along the ridge of the temples. Speaking of temples these are fairly straight and thin so if you're looking for a pair of glasses to go under a helmet (for motorcycling, etc) they may work well - I ride and that's always a challenge to find sunglasses that don't have too much curve or are too thick in the temples. The lens area are adequate but you do catch a bit of the bottom rim in your view even when you're not glancing down - after a bit you stop noticing but this might be annoying to some - most popular models of "sport" sunglasses are rimless at the bottom of the frames and don't have this issue but this style you kind of know that going in. The hinges seem to be of good quality - they don't make noise or seem weak or flimsy. If you typically rest your sunglasses around your neck with the backs of the temples holding them on the back of your neck you probably can't with these for a couple of reasons - one there's no rubber to keep them from slipping and two the temples are very straight. You couldn't put croakers or similar retention bands on them either since the temples are tapered and still pretty tall at their ends - they're probably not a good choice if you have to take them on and off often without folding them and placing them in a shirt pocket, etc. The optical quality is very good the level of tint is fine - not too dark or light - they don't really have a gradient at the top of the lens which is fine - I personally find that a bit distracting as most windshields in cars have that too.
The overall quality is good but Oakley could have rounded or finished the edges of the temples a bit more as they almost feel "sharp" - that's where the "cheap" comes in - when you pick these up by the temples that's your first impression - "are these genuine Oakley's? I almost cut myself!" I may take some 800 grit sandpaper and take the edge off of the bottom of the temples this weekend.
All-in-all if you get a good deal (I'd say under $65) and if you're in the market for a new pair of "Oaks" I'd consider buying.