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Discussion in 'Oakley Frogskins Discussion' started by Batwolf, 9/26/11.

  1. Batwolf

    Batwolf Premium Member

    I received from Frogskins from a fellow member today and the fit seems to be loose on me. I have a small to medium sized head and they just seem to very gently grab on to my face, I feel if I bent over or anything they would slide right off. Any ideas on how to tighten them up a little bit?

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  2. Andrew Oakley

    Andrew Oakley

    If you fold the arms all the way in you will see the point where the inside of the arms contacts the inside of the orbital. Take some super glue and put a little dab on each side. Let it dry and don't extend the legs out! Once it dries it, fold the legs back out and they should fold out almost all the way but will be stopped by the little dab super glue you placed at the contact point, that will make the glasses fit a little tighter. Also if you wanted you could use a little tiny piece of tape too, but I find super glue works better, and if you want to change it back, just scrape it off. Hope this helps!

  3. Batwolf

    Batwolf Premium Member

    I found some thin double sided poster tape I had and applied a small piece to the inside of each hinge, worked perfectly.

  4. FrogTastic


    Hey, anyway you could take a pic. Im dumb, and cant work it out!

  5. Ryan Balmes

    Ryan Balmes

    I have the same problem with my Frogskins.

  6. BriP


    Basically put tape/superglue so that the arms cant open outfully. At the part where the earstem touches the orbital when you open the arms

  7. Ramslacrosse09

    Ramslacrosse09 Premium Member Lifetime Member

    This is a great idea I am going to try this on a pair I have that is so loose

  8. Ryan Balmes

    Ryan Balmes

    I am now trying this. I hope I don't glue my fingers together. LOL.

  9. Ryan Balmes

    Ryan Balmes

    Removed the glue. I'm going with tape.

  10. BriP


    Tape is obviously safer and easier to adjust/remove. Good ideas guys

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