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Lajos Keller
Feb 8, 2010 7:18 PM
As my brother bought a Why4 from ebay he brought the frame to the O Store he ordered the RX lenses from. The plain lenses were taken out and the new ones have been installed properly in the factory. Regarding the lens colors are I think for all frames the same. (I have Gold Iridium Polarized.)
I hope this is the answer you where looking for.
Pretty Hatemachine
Ironic Man
Jan 30, 2011 8:02 PM
Hey all, I was wondering if anyone could post their experienced dollar cost of Oakley Rx sunglass lenses alone that have been put in frames? I have the Jawbone, and I've been thinking about ordering the base price US $65 Black Iridium lenses in my rx of -2.75 to swap out for sports and whatnot. I am curious what approximate total monetary payment was made for anyone who has done something similar, the base lens price and the rx total.
B3
Bob Russell
Jul 14, 2011 11:27 PM
Anyone have or tried on the Overlord?
demitri.prometheus
A T
Sep 13, 2012 2:08 AM
Would like to ask if there's any place other than O-Stores to get prescription lenses/sunglasses (ones with authentic Oakley lab lenses)? (US Location) I ask to possibly save on taxes and I'm unsure if some of them quote a bit lower.

I saw a couple of online sites but am not sure if they're legit.

www.framesdirect.com
www.sportsvisionbend.com
www.opticsplanet.com
www.adseyewear.com
Dyeraudio
Scott
Oct 13, 2012 11:28 PM
Looking for a pair of Black O-Wires....
vladimirhtg
Randall Garlock
Dec 15, 2012 3:32 AM
Fresh to the forum.

I'm looking for a new pair of rx frames. I don't mind the Bucket but I'm specifically looking for a pair with super awesome hinges--like super boss hinges. I've had the Tumbler for the past 3 years or so and loved them--they were run over so i just glued them back together and continued to love them. I'm looking for something to match that sort of manliness. Any recommendations on where to look?
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Dec 15, 2012 3:42 AM
Maybe Currency, Carbon Plate or Twin Shock if you want to stick with the lifestyle frames. On the C5 active side, I'm partial to Coilover and Halfshock.
vladimirhtg
Randall Garlock
Dec 15, 2012 4:32 AM
Maybe Currency, Carbon Plate or Twin Shock if you want to stick with the lifestyle frames. On the C5 active side, I'm partial to Coilover and Halfshock.
Thanks a bunch for the response. I think I just 'thumbs downed' your quote on accident (oops).
Plastic frames are almost a must for me, I can't stand those bridge nosepads. You know of any plastic ones with substantial hinges? I've looked at a couple local places (upstate SC) but selection is limited. I like the look of the Bucket if that helps. thanks for the input :)
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Dec 15, 2012 5:24 AM
I guess the Bucket is the best out of that style without nose pads, IMO. I think most would prefer the Muffler, however . It seems to be super popular. The Crosslinks are cool as well, though maybe more sporty than you're looking for. Good luck on your choice. Oakley makes good ophthalmic frames.
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Jun 11, 2014 12:19 PM
Does anyone have Oakley True Digital or True Digital Edge in the frames? How does it compare to Nikon or Essilor's higher end lenses?
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