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Oil Drum, more like Gundam

Oakley's recent addition is not so impressive. the O matter (plastic) sunnies are large and look pretty ridiculous. but perhaps that what Oakley's been shooting for lately. the front is similar to the new SPIKE's but definitely far less elegant. i actually saw a pair of Spikes for sale and was not too impressed as the shiny rims were a bit showy. i understand that Oakley's always been about being a bit exaggerated but this is pretty silly. the Oil Drums are like plated metal, except it's plastic. so if you want to look a bit like a robot from the 80's then perhaps this is for you. [equipbug]
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