oakleyglider: Kirtland Danenberg
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Hello everyone! My name is Kirtland, and I live in Louisiana! I have been in love with Oakley since my first pair of straight jackets, and have created a collection that I can be proud of so far..being that I am still in college! My favorite outfit includes wearing my AP leg holster with my emerald iridium mars! Do I get some looks! I am looking forward to being a part of this community and hope that I can make some new friends! Thanks!
5Y
Sep 16, 2014 5:01 PM
Title: S/M Medusa w/ goggles, Emerald Mars w/ box, coin, x metal vault case, AP attachable case, Emerald OTT w/ box, AP Leg Holster, Red Polarized Thump w/ vault case, box, Oakley World Travel USB set, and Red Orbital Blade w/ box, small soft vault, and small payday wallet

Title says it all! Had an epiphany and trying to really downsize on my collection. Please help me get rid of it all, as I am desperate and am selling at pretty low prices from what I bought at. Prices are also negotiable, but please do not try and lowball me as they will already be at fairly low prices! Everything is in great condition.

Medusa is in good shape! Was previously OReview's FAFA's
The OTT box is a little creased but nothing bad.
Can not find the emerald mars box so will be including a black iridium box with the coin.

Also, my photos will not upload directly here, so I will be posting a link to my imugr account with all of the photos. Each photo contains everything that will be sold as a set.

S/M Medusa w/ goggles- 1500
Emerald OTT w/ box-500
AP Leg Holster-175
Red Polarized Thump w/ vault case, box, Oakley World Travel USB set-250
Red Orbital Blade w/ box, small soft vault, and small payday wallet-200


http://oakleyglider.imgur.com/all/
5Y
Sep 15, 2014 2:57 PM
Sorry! Try that!

http://oakleyglider.imgur.com
5Y
Aug 9, 2014 8:35 AM
Would like to buy a ruby Oakley mars with the box and coin. Let me know if you have one that you are willing to part with. We can work out a price after!
5Y
Apr 23, 2014 1:34 AM
It's a Dr. Chop custom with a set of grey polar lenses.

It is absolutely beautiful. If you do decide to separate the pairs, I will take that one.
5Y
Apr 23, 2014 12:35 AM
Is that a Jupiter camp version I see?!
5Y
Apr 22, 2014 1:42 AM
Yeah, while I agree with you all in the fact that I know I have to wait and keep looking for the right deals, which I do not mind, the pieces I want may rarely come up. I could be totally wrong in saying this, but I feel that a majority of serious collectors have a monopoly on rare items in general, and are unwilling to relinquish them for fear of them being unable to be replaced. Someone even said that in another thread I read. So while keeping my eyes open will help a lot, and while money is not a HUGE issue, the hardest part is actually finding the items I want. I can live with a little use, it just seems so hard to even find the items. But I will take all of the advice and just be patient, hoping that something will come along!
5Y
Apr 20, 2014 4:19 PM
I definitely think I have cool stuff. And am happy with my current collection. Out of curiosity, what is this so called "market"? Is it just eBay, or is there another place to purchase more vintage Oakley items that I am probably unaware of?

I personally only buy what I want to wear, and am not really into display items. The reason I started this thread is because of how much difficulty I am having in getting a Ruby Mars and really just the whole line of Mars in general.

I try not to judge my own success off of the success of others, but sometimes it is a little disheartening to know that there are some things I just may never have. I am not sad about it though, just discouraged but using this thread as a pick me up!

And oak, while you are right in the fact that I can take advantage of the newer items while I am here, they do not intrigue me as much as the older ones do. Not because they are not rare or sought after, but because they are made by an Oakley that does not have the same standards that I once followed. While I am new to "serious" collecting, I have been a fan. I can relate to wearing outrageous things, even though they weren't Oakley. It just so happens that those older items are the ones that EVERYONE wants, haha.
5Y
Apr 20, 2014 5:49 AM
Hey all! Was reading the thread about how much your Oakley collection would be worth if you were to sell it, and reading some of the responses got me thinking. What is the fate for new collectors and their aspirations for wanting rarer items? A lot of you have been collecting Oakley for a VERY long time. When I see when this website was started and how some of you just started collecting at that time and now have such amazing collections, it makes me wonder if there is any hope for newer collectors. Some of you guys starting collecting around the time where you could still buy a Medusa for fairly cheap and they were not so hard to come by. Or when collecting the entire zero series would not be considered impossible.

I have been wearing Oakley for about 6 years now, but only recently got into serious collecting. While I like wearing my collection, I envy those who own items that are ridiculously impossible to come by. Is it even possible for newer collectors to get all the items they want? Or do we just have to realize that if we are this late in the game that we have to just accept that there are some items we just will not ever possess, even if we want them? Curious to hear thoughts.
5Y
Apr 5, 2014 8:14 PM
Trying to get rid of these, thought I would trade them if someone wanted them before I attempted to sell them. I do not use these ever, and each was only used one time, so just make me an offer. You will get away with a great deal I am sure.
5Y
Apr 5, 2014 2:31 AM
Great! And the OTT can handle some rain, right?
5Y
Apr 5, 2014 1:59 AM
How waterproof are the thumps? I plan to run a 5k tomorrow, and wanted to wear them, but it surely might rain. Will the electronics be damaged or did Oakley think this through? Am I better off wearing my OTT?
5Y
Mar 30, 2014 5:12 AM
Wow guys cool answers! These are all true statements. You gave me some advice even if you do not realize it!
5Y
Mar 29, 2014 10:43 PM
This may be a weird question, but I am curious as to how many serious collectors actually wear their collection or if it sits in the display case? Nothing wrong with either choice, but a sad realization hit me. My glasses will not last forever. One day they may break, and finding another pair of some of the rarer pieces in my collection may be nigh impossible. Just curious if any of you have thoughts on this? Do some of you buy two of everything just so you can wear it and not be worried about it?
5Y
Mar 28, 2014 3:11 PM
That must be the weirdest thing as I, too, fall into that category. Maybe it is because I want people to see what Oakley has to offer? Who knows. Along with my Mars, I have the matching emerald OTT, and not as crazy but still unusual, the red camo thumps. Other than that, my collection consists of my Jupiter camo series which I love!
5Y
Mar 28, 2014 2:38 PM
Yeah I really like the holster! I actually have been browsing and using this website as my guide and beacon of hope for oakley products, and only recently decided to join. My small Louisiana town just does not understand oakley, and the people around me do not either. It is great to find a group of people like me, to know that I am not alone!
5Y
Mar 28, 2014 5:49 AM
Hello everyone! My name is Kirtland, and I live in Louisiana! I have been in love with Oakley since my first pair of straight jackets, and have created a collection that I can be proud of so far..being that I am still in college! My favorite outfit includes wearing my AP leg holster with my emerald iridium mars! Do I get some looks! I am looking forward to being a part of this community and hope that I can make some new friends! Thanks!
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