MSTech: Marc S
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Been an Oakley owner for many years. Still own my first purchase, a serialized plasma Juliet JEXXXXXXA which I just got back from Oakley after a full tune-up. Recently purchased a serialized Juliet Ducati second gen. Also got from Oakley new very hard to find new lenses for my Water Jacket. I now own 12 pair, have sold many in the past 2 months, and trying to sell some more of my later models, to add some of the X-metal classics to my collection (X-Metal, Romeo 1, Penny, X-Squared). However, I use my pairs. No point to have them on a shelf.

My first Juliet

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3Y
Aug 10, 2015 5:36 AM
I understand that X-Metal comes from the actual material which is titanium base and not alloy. That's why I researched what the Badman was made of and was surprised that they are even included in the "X-Metal" family. I own a few real classic X-Metals.
3Y
Aug 10, 2015 3:53 AM
Does anyone know why the Badman is considered an X-Metal? I understand the frame is O-matter. They're OK, but I prefer the Juliet and all the classic X-metals by far (X-metal, Juliet, Romeo, X-squared, Penny).
Cheers
3Y
Aug 9, 2015 4:25 PM
I use that ID in various sites. Oakley forum, here, and a few others. I lived in Seattle and San Diego, now in Miami.
3Y
Aug 9, 2015 12:49 PM
Been an Oakley owner for many years. Still own my first purchase, a serialized plasma Juliet JEXXXXXXA which I just got back from Oakley after a full tune-up. Also own a serialized Juliet Ducati first gen. Also got from Oakley new very hard to find new lenses for my Water Jacket. I own 12 total pair, have sold many in the past 2 months, and trying to sell some of my later models, to add some of the X-metal classics to my collection (X-Metal, Romeo 1, Penny, X-Squared). However, I use my pairs. No point to have them on a shelf.
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