No, the Jupiter and the Jupiter LX are the same exact size; the only difference is that the LX frame is made out of acetate while the regular Jupiter's frame is made out of O-matter. Also, the LX has metal hinges while the Regular Jupiter does not. The LX has a tighter fit due to the rigitity of the acetate material, however it is not different in size or shape.
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I just got these glasses and I absolutely love them. I purchased them online so I was a bit concerned about how they would look on me since I couldn't try them on first. They look great and I couldn't be happier! They remind me of a hybrid between the Fives-Squared and the Gascan. As with any Oakley sunglasses, they are extremely light-weight, yet durable and the optical clarity of the lenses is incredible. They feel really comfortable on your face due to the light weight and wrap-around design. Very edgy styling without being too far out, which makes them great for every day wear. An advantage to these over the Gascans, Fives, and many of the other plastic-framed models is the rubber on the ear-stems, which makes them grip to your face really well. I think these could become my new favorite sunglasses. I would highly reccomend buying a pair of these to anyone.
Does anyone know what the serial number (printed on the inside of the left ear-stem) is supposed to say on these? I just got a pair and the serial says "MPH". Is this normal? Thanks!