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I was lucky enough to scoop these off the bottom of Lake Champlain while working at the gas dock. They had probably been there for at least a year, since they were covered in algae and slim. I didn't think there was any hope left in the lenses since they were so abused. I cleaned them up and started using them as my work sunglasses.
It's a good thing that the lenses were already beat up, because these sunglasses do not stay on your face or on your head when you are not wearing them. No wonder some poor soul lost them in the lake. They end up on the ground more times than any other pair of sunglasses I have ever owned, and they always land lens down. Figures. I plan on getting new lenses anyway.
Fit: Even though they fall off my face (if I am moving around a lot), they are very comfortable. Comfortable around the ears, the nose, and not too close to your eyes (I have a pair of Arnette's that my eyelashes hit the lens). It's no wonder you see so many people with Jupiter Squares; they are comfortable, and they look good on anyone.
Quality: Oakley is obviously known for they optical clarity and durability. As I have said before, these sat on the bottom of a lake in a busy marina. Lots of turbulence from boats and just an overall extreme environment. They have also been put to the test in the boatyard, power washing boats, falling on gravel, pavement, and dirt. Being knocked off my head. The frames have a few minor scuffs but that is it. The lenses have fine scratches and swirls marks. Nothing that makes them unusable. They have definitely stood the test of time.
Overall, they are a great looking pair of sunglasses that are not too flashy, but still have some flare. Only negative is they are very popular, so you won't stand out in the crowd if that is your game.