Oakley M Frame Heater Yellow or Orange Sunglasses £46.93 delivered @ The Hut - HotUKDeals
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#1
Ver y Very unusual to find Oakleys reduced anywhere as the company dont allow reductions otherwise they remove you from thier authorised sellers list and will not supply the company anymore. Maybe the hut are not going to be stocking Oakleys anymore.

Bargain price if you ask me, especially as i am off the slopes sunday :D
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Whether this is Hot or not I'm not sure as I don't know much about Oakleys but I just wanted to add a bit of safety info. The yellow lens is ok if you're skiing in bad weather, low visibility and/or skiing by night (on illuminated slopes obviously), but on a bright day they can be over powering to the eye. The yellow lens actually intensifies the light (that's why they're good for low visibility areas). So as I say, don't wear them through the day on the slopes if it's bright.... you'll be squinting all day!!!

EDIT: Here's some info on how different lens colours can effect your ability to see on the slopes. http://www.vision3k.com/cebe-goggle-lenses.asp

Obviously that info relates to CEBE lens specifically (which are one of the best IMO), but it gives an indication of the various lens colours and their effect.

Hope that helps.
#4
was wanting to give a skiing holiday a go, well now I have found some sunglasses. Just need to find a cheap holiday now.
#5
Blasphemous
Whether this is Hot or not I'm not sure as I don't know much about Oakleys but I just wanted to add a bit of safety info. The yellow lens is ok if you're skiing in bad weather, low visibility and/or skiing by night (on illuminated slopes obviously), but on a bright day they can be over powering to the eye. The yellow lens actually intensifies the light (that's why they're good for low visibility areas). So as I say, don't wear them through the day on the slopes if it's bright.... you'll be squinting all day!!!

EDIT: Here's some info on how different lens colours can effect your ability to see on the slopes. http://www.vision3k.com/cebe-goggle-lenses.asp

Obviously that info relates to CEBE lens specifically (which are one of the best IMO), but it gives an indication of the various lens colours and their effect.

Hope that helps.


In low light, you're best off with amber lensed goggles. Sunglasses are best used for sunny days only. I tend to always wear goggles either way - goggle marks beat panda eyes any day and you tend to not get as many clear sunny days anyway.
#6
I have a pair of M frames other colour lenses can be purchased and are easy to change they are very comfortable
#7
i had some of these for £120 years ago - can confirm they're perfect for making you look like an idiot on the beach, down the street, or almost anywhere else..

frames finally cracked, does anyone know if Oakley still honour that lifetime frame warranty? hopefully they can have me looking like a tw*t again soon!

(they were around £44 same shop before xmas IIRC, but that was clear lenses)


being serious for a moment: if you're buying for sports (probably you are) and you wear glasses or contacts, consider these folks:
http://www.optilabs.com/site/prods.php?pfid=0,8,20
i find the sprint with photochromatic lenses very good all round. the prices for non-prescription are too high, but the prescription prices are reasonable.
they will even send you pairs to try before you buy.
#8
perfect for the weather were having here, never mind anywhere else.
#9
They are very fugly!
#10
would these be good for cycling or are they going to fog up ?
#11
ahll;7436272
would these be good for cycling or are they going to fog up ?


Ah good suggestion. I think they'd be fine.

I use a similar pair of Endura glasses, and they only fog up on cold days when I stop. As long as you're moving even a little, I bet they'll be fine.

Tempted for a pair myself now. Waiting to get back on the bike this March and do a few century runs.

Goggle person re the slopes. Don't like wearing small delicate stuff around the eyes just in case. If you look around you can pick up a pair of decent goggles for about the same price.
#12
I wouldn't say they are perfect for the slope, they are more (very good) cycling glasses imo. Good price all the same.
#13
I ordered a pair of these couple of months ago at this price from The Hut and they never arrived ( was in stock at the time). I kept getting emails saying they were waiting for stock from their suppliers but after about 3 weeks I gave up and cancelled the order.
Don't think I will order from them again.
Good price though if you can get them.
#14
Great glasses at a great price!
#15
I ordered a similar pair of Oakleys a few months back with grey lenses from The Hut.
They charged my credit card and nothing turned up until I asked them where they were after about 10 days. Out of stock was the answer and then they refunded the money. .
#16
Great glasses for cycling and cricket etc, very cheap price.
#17
DominicA;7437902
Great glasses for cycling and cricket etc, very cheap price.

Yep, they're popular with cyclists these. Don't know how suitable for skiing they'd be. Probably not at all with a yellow lens.
#18
Has anyone found a valid code to use with this ?
#19
Jocky Balboa
I ordered a pair of these couple of months ago at this price from The Hut and they never arrived ( was in stock at the time). I kept getting emails saying they were waiting for stock from their suppliers but after about 3 weeks I gave up and cancelled the order.
Don't think I will order from them again.
Good price though if you can get them.


Same here, might give it another go.
#20
Didn't really need these as I have a pair (for cycling) but this will save me swapping lenses so i ordered earlier tonight. Its the best price I've seen for a frame plus lens and I commute so the hi vis lens will be good for dark mornings and nights.
I've already had a despatch email plus £7.50 Quidders tracked!
Thanks OP. ;-)
#21
Nasty nasty looking shades :(
#22
super_dooper_man
Nasty nasty looking shades :(


Not a fashion accessory mate!
#23
john54321
Same here, might give it another go.


Same here too, so I tried this not expecting to get them, ordered them on Tuesday evening, delivered today!:thumbsup:
#24
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