Question about Oakley Clothing Accessories
I' ve never heard "hinjinx" before and even did not find it in my dictionary, but I suppose you mean the hinges and synthetic temples of the sunglasses. I would advise you to go to an optician who will bend the synthetic temples using hot air, so that they get tighter and hold better without hurting you behind the ears. This service should be provided free of charge.
In case the temples are metal with synthetic tip ends, the optician also can bend them to fit exactly the way you want. ( free of charge )
Posted on May 23, 2011
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