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SUB ZERO Planet X/Blue Iridium (05-004)

SUB ZEROS® SunglassesIn the early ’90s, Oakley founder Jim Jannard gave his engineers a challenge. The company had already innovated the science of lens optics, but Jannard had something else in mind: creating the most lightweight sunglasses ever made. An engineer joked, “How much should they weigh, zero?” Jannard’s reply: “Less than that.” The invention would be known as SUB ZEROS®, a name that saluted an impossible challenge. At just 0.69 oz, it was lighter than any sunglass on earth. You now have a chance to get your hands on this optical breakthrough. It comes with a single continuous contour of PLUTONITE® lens material that offers a wide-open field of vision. Durable O MATTER® frame material is the secret behind its unbelievably lightweight design, and the architecture features UNOBTAINIUM® components that maintain a secure fit, even when you’re wet with sweat. Signed with one of our very first logos, SUB ZEROS® is a milestone that proves impossibility isn’t a dead end. It’s just a road not taken. Except by us.
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Customer Reviews for SUB ZERO Planet X/Blue Iridium (05-004)
Review 1 for SUB ZERO Planet X/Blue Iridium (05-004)
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Face fit:
Just Right
large
Product Weight:
Extremely Light
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OLEET
Location: Texas
I use this product for: Other
I have used this product for: Over a year
I use it: Casually
My face is: On Par
+Red Sub Zero
Date:May 21, 2009
Pros: Comfortable, Optimal clarity, No glare
Cons: discontinued, fragile
One of my older pairs I own, they really live up to the "subzero" name. If you do come across any, pick them up, they are rare and very unique. The subzero line is good for sporting but I really consider the subzero/vintage zero line to be a lifestyle version of the M-Frame. They look really good just to wear, and I wouldn't want to risk them in any activity, but they will perform well.