Jim Jannard founded Oakley with a $300 budget and the belief that “everything in the world can and will be made better.” In the nearly 40 years since the company introduced a groundbreaking motorcycle handgrip, the brand has evolved into a cutting-edge optics designer bent on challenging conventional ideas and has reinvented the way we see sunglasses. Oakley sunglasses first grabbed the world’s attention with the release of Eyeshades® and the company hasn’t looked back. With the guiding principal that Oakley products are “inventions wrapped in ... Learn more about Oakley art,” the brand has since expanded its offerings to include Oakley jackets and ski pants. Today, the brand continues to set a standard for excellence that is embraced by athletes all over the globe. ... Less
Reviewed by Aaronimoh from Upper Midwest on Thursday, October 1, 2015
Bomb-diggity-boom, these goggles are mighty dandy. Big enough goggles fit my head really well without mashing between my helmet and my nose. But that's my opinion; goggles fit everyone differently. What works for one our some doesn't work for all. I recommend them though. It can't hurt to buy them and try them and return them if they're not the right ones fit you. The lenses are great. They are comfortable, lightweight, and built well. When they're on I can forget they're there and I don't always feel the need to remove them as soon as I can. I've had other nice goggles, but with the others I was always relieved to take them off when I could. These just feel good too me. I think these will fit small to medium sized faces better than big or fat faces. I plan to enjoy them for a long time, unless my head expands like John Travolta's or Alec Baldwin's did.
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