Had these for about two years now, still love them. They're very light but not quite as light as the silhouettes.
My all motor build: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...th-real-butter!
I had to get glasses a few months back. It took a little while for me to remember to put them on every day, but I like the style and I'm happy with my choices.
I picked this pair up as well as another, but I don't have any pics of the other pair, at the moment.
I ended up drunkenly breaking the arm on my vintage thick black frames so I went to America's Best and got a snazzy 2 pair for $70. Found a replacement pair to the ones I broke and a pair of "old man glasses". I figured since they were free, why not get something ridiculous.
I also snagged a coupon deal from FAB for a pair of frames&lenses from Lookmatic. still trying to decide which frames I want to get. http://www.lookmatic.com/
New pair of glasses bump! Oakley Transistor (in Livestrong colors, with Essilor lenses again... this time it's the Crizal Airwear Forte UV series).
After seeing this video I had to try a pair. Found one and they look even better in real life. Unfortunately, they are a bit expensive.
Ok, let's be honest, they are very expensive. They are the most expensive frame I have ever bought. I guess part of it is the brand and the other part is the material - titanium alloy with memory effect. However, they seem to be worth it, they are so light and fit exceptionally well. They are also quite inconspicuous when worn - the yellow "unobtanium" ear socks are completely hidden by hair most of the time, the black frame is very thin and the yellow logos are tiny.
My next objective will be another pair of the Ducati Red ones, to be made into rx sunglasses.