I've been promising my husband a pair of Oakley sunglasses for about 2 years now. Either birthday, Christmas, or Wedding present. I just didn't have the money like I thought I would. Before visiting a few friends, we had 30 minutes to kill, and we went to the mall. I never realized there was an Oakley store there, and I wanted to go to Bath and Body Works. What was before Bath and Body Works? Oakley. So we went in intending to LOOK, not buy. Right like that was actually going to happen! While I am not impulsive with my purchases, I am when I make the actual purchase. *sigh*
As habit would have it, we were told by the Sales Associate that the clearance ones were half off if you buy a pair at full price. Ignoring that for a bit we looked around for my husband's pair. I chose the ones that fit his face best, which were the Straight Jacket (receipt says matte fiber frame), swapped out the lenses for the black polarized ones, and then decided to look at the clearance sunglasses. I picked a pair, the Miss Conduct (Polarized). Normally this type of "bug eyes" glasses don't look good, I am a small person, and big glasses usually don't flatter me, apart from these. May I mention that as per observation; Oakley sales associates have to have A.D.D. and a great short term memory in order to keep up with customers. Or at least the one who took care of us did. Bouncing between customers, and yet always remembering what was going on with each.
The original price of my glasses are $200, they were marked down to $190 on the tag and after the discount my receipt tells me I paid $59.50.... Not sure how that works out, I'm assuming they didn't change the discount tag or something. Not sure. Spencer's said $210 on the tag, but somehow came out to $190. I was so confused, but I am not complaining since the price came out to be less than I expected. I think they make the number on the tag larger than the actual price to make it seem like you got a discount, but I can't be sure on that. Or they labeled it wrong. Either way, we walked away with well over $400 worth of stuff for practically half that. It was a good buy, and I'm glad I finally got these for him! It may take me a while, but I always fulfill a promise.
Below are more pictures. They sparkle!! They are so pretty. I am so glad I got them. I have horrible luck with glasses. I used to loose them in my house (I can't explain that one), and the last one I bought started to peal and the part that held the lens broke. Those were cheap from Target, so I didn't expect much from them. Spencer's are tax deductible since they're for work, and will also be better for him at his job since they are polarized, and practically shatter proof.