On the western shores of Oahu is a town called Makaha, the Hawaiian word for fierce and savage. In the early days, Makaha was infamous for its population of bandits living in the valley who tormented the city. Today, it is famous for its fierce waves that can reach 25 feet during the winter months. Surfers from all over gather here for international surf competitions to test their skills on these savage waves. Made with a Grilamid frame and polycarbonate lenses, the Makaha will give you all the protection you need, as you battle the fierce rays of the sun.