I've been an Oakley fanatic for 18 years, and in that time I (finally) figured out the styles of glasses that fit my head/squash properly. I'm a big guy having played college football, so finding a pair of shades that were large enough without making me look cartoonish took some time. I'm more of a practical "wearer" than I am a collector, I want to be able to throw on a pair of Oaks to suit the occasion, whatever that may be. That leads me to my latest purchase, this past weekend brought me into my local dealer to find a more "grown-up" pair. I landed a job that will keep me in a suit and tie, and in my opinion, will require an upgrade from the plastic frame Oilrigs which are a mainstay of my weekend look. I picked up a pair of Polarized Deviations with the Light frames for two reasons; first and foremost they fit my face, giving me a polished look, and second they are a classic design that has been in style for 50+ years. I haven't had the time to wear them too much, but the time that I have had to wear them I found that they are comfortable and stylish.