- January 17 2012
Oakley Jawbone sunglasses
The most comfortable oakley sunglasses ever, While in Arizona I wore this nice set of Oakley sunglasses, which are light (weight-wise). I love them!!!!!
- December 23 2011
Bought it mostly for cycling and for their Photochromic Lenses ("Transition" Lenses) since I ride the bike in all kinds of light conditions. After the first ride wearing them yesterday when conditions changed from sunny to slightly cloudy to dusk I noticed that the light coming through the lenses was practically the same. In other words, the lenses were changing the tint to adjust to the outside lighting providing me with the same light. That was why I purchased them.
- February 26 2011
After attempting to save money by trying various cheaper (and lesser) glasses over the past year, I finally broke down and got these, and am kicking myself for not doing so originally. Oakleys have without a doubt, the most superior optics of any sports sunglasses; yes you pay for them, but they are at the top of their class. Using these primarily for cycling as I do, resistance to fogging is of the utmost importance. After using these on several long strenuous rides on the mtnbike, even in relatively humid weather, I can attest that fogging is not a problem at all. I have experienced some very slight fogging when first stopping after riding, but never while riding, no matter what the condition. If you're considering these glasses, I can assure you that you won't be disappointed in neither optical clarity, field of view, nor resistance to fogging. Although the lenses are interchangeable, I have found the transitions lenses on this model of Jawbone to be ideal, no matter when riding through shaded tree sections, or on more open trails with direct sun exposure. In short, you won't find a better pair of cycling glasses on the market.