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5 5

I got this for Christmas last year, and it has become my favorite outdoor shirt. It's tough (survived multiple rock climbing trips), it's incredibly lightweight, and it packs down to next to nothing. I'm 6'1", 185 lbs., and the medium fits surprisingly well. It's also long enough that I can tuck it in without difficulty, which is usually what puts me into a large in t-shirts.

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4 5

My first pair of Oakleys were a set of Flak Jackets with the XLJ style lenses. For my face, I prefer these over the plain Flak Jacket lenses, but the frames are identical and will take either lens.

The Good:
--Every color of lens you could ever want.
--More open and naturally vented design than Radars or the other wrap-arounds, but still plenty of face coverage for wind and projectile blocking.

The Bad:
--Expensive, and they never seem to go on sale.
--They sit closer to my eyes than my Radars. This may be a function of the nosepads I'm using, but it feels weird on my eyelashes sometimes.

If you don't want wrap-arounds, or you want something a bit more stylish for everyday wear, these are a solid choice. Now if only I could stop losing them...

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5 5

I've tried a wide variety of sunglasses on the market, for climbing, sport shooting, and road cycling, and the Oakley Radars are still my favorites. I tend to prefer the Pitch lens over the Path, but the Path lenses are still pretty good. The frames are the same, but the lenses cover different amounts of your face.

The Good:
--Excellent wrap-around coverage and wind blocking, important when screaming down a descent while wearing contacts.
--Every color of lens you could ever want in three different profiles, plus vents, polarized, etc, should you need them.
--Vented lenses available; handy given the degree of wrap-around.
--Complete UV blockage, even with clear lenses. I once got a wicked sunglass tan wearing clears all day when it was overcast out.
--Oh-so-comfy for all day wear.

The Bad:
--Expensive, and they never seem to go on sale.

I used to scoff at people who paid Oakley money for sunglasses, until I bought my first set of Oakleys. My only regrets are the pairs I've lost over the years, so try not to do that!

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3 5

If you're on a tight budget but still want some decent handling, the Rubinos are a solid choice. They corner well, though not as well as the Diamantes and Corsas, but they three times as long as Corsas and half again as long as Diamantes. The tread pattern deals with wet conditions reasonably well, too. If you want a training tire and don't care about handling, the Rubino is a solid option. If you want something you can corner on a bit better, but still lasts and won't break the bank, check out the Diamantes.

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