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Oakley Hijinx Sunglasses

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Specs

Type: Square, Round, Sport, Fashion, Wrap
Frame: O Matter frame material
Lens: Plutonite lens material
Polarized: No
Face Size: Regular
Recommended Use: Snow Sports, Sports, Biking, Driving, Water Sports, Looking Cool
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley Hijinx Sunglasses

The Oakley Hijinx Sunglasses are a great little pair of sunglasses that serve as a great value for even the most discerning of buyer. Great for a number of activities - one day you could be lying on the beach while the sun beats down on you, another day you could be working on a construction site in the hot sun, and another day you could be snowboarding on a bright winter's day. Either way, it is a great product, not only stylistically, but physically as well.

Key Features of the Oakley Hijinx Sunglasses:
  • Lightweight O Matter® frame
  • Plutonite® lenses exceed ANSI Z87.1 standards for optical performance
  • High Definition Optics® (HDO®)
  • Side contours use patented XYZ Optice® for widescreen clarity
  • Lenses block100% of UVA, UVB and UVC rays (plus blue light)
  • Neutral grey lenses have an 18% VLT (Visual Light Transmission) and are great for medium to bright light
  • Lenses meet the conformity assessment system for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI Z87.1) for eyewear and face protection
  • Oakley metal icon accents at temple for styling
  • Dual cam hinges for close fit
  • Specially woven, electro-static storage bag included with a fashion eyewear case
  • Prescription lenses compatible
  • Sized to fit medium faces

Hijinx


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I miss my Bruce Irons promodel!
Well I didn't want to post a review of these because I didn't want to jinx it and lose them . . . but I think I left them on the plane last night coming back from a wakeboard trip to Tennessee so it's too late now. I actually found a pair of these on the beach about a year and a half ago. When I saw the picture of hawaii and the signature I was stoked because I knew it was the Bruce Irons promodel and that guy is a stud. But about the glasses . . . I have worn these all over the place since I first got (and cleaned) them. They are a bit wide for my face, which is thin, but they fit well enough to be able to wear them over a hat, even if the bill is all farmer-rolled up like I sometimes do. The smooth plastic is good for sliding over/under hats. These were my winter hiking sunnies of choice for BC trips. Although they sometimes fog it was fairly easily controlled with air movement from the sides/top. Would have liked polarized lenses but the dark grey was a color that grew on me. I often wore these in the water (most recently boozing/floating in Tennessee) and that was never a problem. Sad, sad day . . .

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August 14, 2011
I miss my Bruce Irons promodel!
Well I didn't want to post a review of these because I didn't want to jinx it and lose them . . . but I think I left them on the plane last night coming back from a wakeboard trip to Tennessee so it's too late now. I actually found a pair of these on the beach about a year and a half ago. When I saw the picture of hawaii and the signature I was stoked because I knew it was the Bruce Irons promodel and that guy is a stud. But about the glasses . . . I have worn these all over the place since I first got (and cleaned) them. They are a bit wide for my face, which is thin, but they fit well enough to be able to wear them over a hat, even if the bill is all farmer-rolled up like I sometimes do. The smooth plastic is good for sliding over/under hats. These were my winter hiking sunnies of choice for BC trips. Although they sometimes fog it was fairly easily controlled with air movement from the sides/top. Would have liked polarized lenses but the dark grey was a color that grew on me. I often wore these in the water (most recently boozing/floating in Tennessee) and that was never a problem. Sad, sad day . . .

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August 14, 2011
I miss my Bruce Irons promodel!
Well I didn't want to post a review of these because I didn't want to jinx it and lose them . . . but I think I left them on the plane last night coming back from a wakeboard trip to Tennessee so it's too late now. I actually found a pair of these on the beach about a year and a half ago. When I saw the picture of hawaii and the signature I was stoked because I knew it was the Bruce Irons promodel and that guy is a stud. But about the glasses . . . I have worn these all over the place since I first got (and cleaned) them. They are a bit wide for my face, which is thin, but they fit well enough to be able to wear them over a hat, even if the bill is all farmer-rolled up like I sometimes do. The smooth plastic is good for sliding over/under hats. These were my winter hiking sunnies of choice for BC trips. Although they sometimes fog it was fairly easily controlled with air movement from the sides/top. Would have liked polarized lenses but the dark grey was a color that grew on me. I often wore these in the water (most recently boozing/floating in Tennessee) and that was never a problem. Sad, sad day . . .

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August 14, 2011

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