I'll start with the very small complaints. I think Oakley could put a little more design and tech into the core foam of the helmet, like what Smith uses. Second, the sweat band takes getting use to. But then... the sweat band is freaking awesome! It totally works keeping out moisture and aiding with glasses fog. The glasses storage on the back is also sick (don't use while heavy DHn though). The visor on the helmet is the best I've ever had. And last but most important (kidding) It's the most stylist helmet on the market and has a nice low profile look.
Top notch "barely there" sunglasses that work well in any condition. It is incredibly light weight, sits on the nose and temple softly, has no frame to obstruct the view....so practically you can forget that you are wearing anything. Except that you see better in rain, shine and shade. I have been abusing my first pair and still works like new. No matter how aero the position, when I look up I never have to look OVER the lens, always through, so no wind and bugs hit my eyes either, which has been an issue with smaller lenses.
I always wanted to upgrade to the Oakley ARO7, but the cost was the major road block; WesternBikeWorks had a great sale on the ARO7 (they have these frequent "deals of the day") and I snatched it up!
I train in Arizona but the ARO7 keeps me well ventilated, and I can still hear cars and other cyclists so I can maintain situational awareness. Looking forward to racing with this at the NYC Triathlon in July!!
There is a reason why Jan Frodeno and Holly Lawrence wear this!!