I have just got in the mail my first ever pair of Oakley sunglasses. I purchased these off of eBay, and they seemed legitimate from pics (Oakley box, soft pouch with Oakley logo on tag, etc.). Well, the box and the pouch are definitely legit. The white sticker on the box does say "Made in China" with "Designed and Engineered by Oakley USA" above it. All the numbers on the box match the numbers on the glasses and it contains the warranty info and paperwork. I am just worried that someone put fake glasses into a real pouch/box. However I got these today and I have a couple of concerns: 1. On the right inside arm, there are two stamps in white. One says "127" and then right after that it's stamped "China." I have tried to research this and I understand that some frames are now made in China, but what I read is that it should say "Made in China" or say nothing at all. On the inside left arm, it has the same white stamps which say "CE" followed by the serial number OO4059-01, followed by the raised Oakley logo and BLENDER which is also raised and you can hardly tell what it reads. On the metal frame in the middle of the nose piece it has another white stamp...59 (Oakley logo) 17. One thing that I find very odd about these stamps is that you can see them through the transparent arms from the outside of the glasses. You'd think Oakley would not design that way. 2. There is no etching anywhere at all on the lenses. Some people have told me that it should have Oakley or Polarized etched in the lens. I can tell you that these lenses are definitely NOT polarized, but the eBay ad did not state that they were. But the lenses are in there very nicely and don't have a cheap feel. Overall, the quality seems legitimate. They feel durable and solid for sure. Only the red flags mentioned above! Help!