What is the difference between flak jacket and flak jacket XLJ?
Whats the Difference? The only difference is the lens shape. The XLJ lenses are curved on the bottom to fit around your cheekbone while providing you with extra coverage. The standard Flak Jacket lenses are straight on the bottom and may work better if you have high cheek bones.
What size are the flak 2.0 XL?
Frame Dimensions: Lens Height: 38mm. DBL (Distance Between Lenses): 12mm. Frame Width: 133mm. Temple Length: 132mm.
What is the difference between Flak 2.0 and flak 2.0 XL?
The only difference between the Flak 2.0 and the Flak 2.0 XL is the lens shape. You might think, because of the XL in the name, that the Flak 2.0 XL is a larger frame size, but it’s not. The “XL” in “Flak 2.0 XL” refers to its extended lenses.
What are low bridge glasses?
Low Bridge Fit frames are crafted for those with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. And they’re available in some of our favorite styles.
What does XL stand for in Oakley sunglasses?
a larger size
What Does XL mean in Oakley Sunglasses? XL designates a frame in a larger size. It is common for Oakley to introduce a model and then create a larger XL version of the same frame.
What’s the difference between Flak 2.0 and flak 2.0 XL?
Are Oakley Flak 2.0 and 2.0 XL lenses interchangeable?
XL lenses are similar to the XLJ in that they’re typically longer than the standard lenses. However, XLJ lenses and XL lenses are not the same lens and are not interchangeable, as they are for different frames. XL lenses are available for Half Jacket 2.0, Flak 2.0, Bottlecap, Fast Jacket, Radar, and Radarlock.
How do I know if I need low bridge glasses?
A low bridge fit is required when the slope of the nose is either level with or underneath the pupils. If this applies to the bridge of your nose, the low bridge fit will help to stop your glasses falling or shifting onto your cheekbones.