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SI Flak Jacket XLJ Transition SOLFX

Oakley has finally released the SI version of their transition lens technology. The new SI Flak Jacket XLJ Transition SOLFX offers Oakley’s Transitions® SOLFX™ lenses. As sunlight brightens, the lenses darken to keep up. When sunlight is scarce, the lens color gets much lighter but never goes away completely in order to offer depth perception. The lens filters out 100% of all UV, and the Flak Jacket meets ANSI Z87.1 standards for impact protection. Additionally, the Flak Jacket offers a customized fit via two optional nose pieces.

Available through usstandardissue.com.

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7 Responses to “SI Flak Jacket XLJ Transition SOLFX”

  1. Fred says:

    Prescription lenses available? That would make me happy in naughty places.

  2. tucker says:

    Now I really gotta be quick about grabbing mine.

  3. Joe says:

    I love Oakley, it let’s you spot the new fools in the unit. Everyone with an ounce of sense buys ESS which are the SAME EXACT THINGS for a quarter of the price… amazing what lacking that stupid circle does.

  4. scott says:

    joe-Im not a pollster but i bet if i put a poll up as to which looked better (in or out of uniform) people would choose Oakley. Trying wearing a t-shirt and jeans with ess’ and not looking like a tard. People buy Oakley for that very reason. so when they get off duty they can hit the town and still look stylish without having a bunch of sunglasses to choose from. Buy once, buy for life.

  5. Nick the Brit says:

    Loved my ESS, but lost them in country and had to go with Oakley’s… Personally I think ESS look equally as good off duty. The problem with ESS is supply and accessibility when deployed!

  6. Aaron says:

    Did you know Oakley wanted to be a part of what the Tomb Guards do? So they are now the current vendor for the Tomb Guards? Found that out when I was given the tour back in December.

  7. Broisedon says:

    Not APEL (Authorized Protective Eyewear List) approved, however. So it’s a no-go for most of us downrange. M Frames or the crap they slung at us during RFI Draw.