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The Oakley Fuel Cell Sunglasses are really nice sunglasses. They look wicked and will make you look like a champion where ever you go. Being from Oakley''s signature line, these sunglasses are pretty much invincible. The frames and the lens are both durable and will withstand a lot of damage. The lenses have ultraviolet protection and will make you look good while protecting you from the sun. This is a great product for those who are looking for new sunglasses.
Picked these up a couple weeks back after losing my hijinx (Bruce Irons pro model) on an airplane. Had plans to replace the hijinx forever because they were too big for my face but eventually fell in love with them because they were already a little beat, easy plastic slip on/off and had a cool look. Well, then I lost them. Picked these up (white with black iridium lens available on TS at time of this review) and have been pleased so far. The lenses (still fairly new) are crystal clear at this time, and the color is very dark which is good for me because I live in the desert. These have a bit lower profile top of the lenses (flat, generally speaking) and fit under the bill of a hat better than the hijinx did. I've taken them backpacking once and a few times in the water, and they haven't had a problem with fogging yet (we'll see when winter comes). The white look isn't exactly my style but it's what was available wiht the TS discount, and it's growing on me. I like the full plastic frames with plastic hinges, easy to put on and adjust with one hand that way (e.g., no rubber place holders on your hair).
The fit on these is very comparable to the oakley gas cans. These ones fit my face just a little better due to their curved frame as opposed to completely straight as in the gas cans. I sometimes use them when I go for a run and have never had them bounce off even though they don't have any rubber grip on them. My one gripe is that I had them hanging on my pocket and brushed up against a table and that left the lens scratched to hell. I don't know if it was just crappy material or just bad luck but none of my other oakleys have ever scratched over such a small bump into something. Replacements cost about 50 bucks to so I'd rather just buy a new pair in a different color and swap the lenses between the two.
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