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  1. chaibill

    chaibill Oakley Beginner

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    i just picked up 2 js for my bday. really excited because i haven't had oakleys since i lost my twenties in a paintball game in 2002. besides a persription frame that i had.
    any way so i have a matte black warm grey custom js and a trd polarised js. Been wearing they matte black for a few days . i noticed today it was really sunny and the sun light is coming into my eyes over the top of the frame. Do you all have the same issue? i think it will cause a headache if i wear them for extended periods of time.
     
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  2. Rezechs

    Rezechs Oakley Enthusiast

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    That's typical for that style of shades, they don't fully wrap around your face like most other pairs, the frames are pretty flat faced.
     
  3. UnderTheRadars

    UnderTheRadars Oakley Beginner

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    No problems here. I got a pair 2 weeks ago and haven't worn anything else since
     
  4. chaibill

    chaibill Oakley Beginner

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    Is there any thing that looks like a js but wraps the face more?
     
  5. qtrain23

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    Not really.
     
  6. rightcoastnj

    rightcoastnj Oakley Enthusiast

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    yea, not so much.. lifestyle frames tend to be less about function and more about form.. that being said, i personally dont have any issues with the JS letting light in.