I think that this is the Slash generation 2 that is now on e-bay. I want to purchase. However, the seller does not ship to Japan. I tried negotiations many times last night but was refused. I am very sad.
I need help
There is no ventilation around this nose in this lens
I have all of the colorways and some in Gen 1, others in Gen 2. All have the vent around the nose piece. - Dann
Wonderful !! For a long time I thought that the difference between gen 1 and gen 2 is the difference between the frame logo and the shape of the sponge. Recently I knew there was a lens with no ventilation hole around my nose and carefully saw a lot of pictures of lenses with no ventilation holes around the nose like the uploaded photos. Part of it was a data image of Slash gen 2 planetX in oreview's database. It has no ventilation holes around the nose. Does Dann own gen 2 have no ventilation holes around the nose?
I want to know the difference
That frame is the modern Pro M Frame, not Gen 2. The player is Amare Stoudemire. I don't think he sourced an old lens by himself to use. I think Oakley made that lens specially for him since 2009. Wish Scott (Bazooka) was here; he'd be able to clarify. As for if non-vented clear Slash lenses exist and were sold to the public, not really sure. All I seen, or at least that I can remember, have vents.
Here is his actually pair displayed by the Knicks:
thank you for the message. I do not have anything without ventilation. I never saw it. I would like to obtain a product without ventilation. I upload it if I get it.
It was a commercial made specifically for Coca-Cola Japan so broadcast was likely localized to just that region:
"Agency: McCann Erickson Japan. Sure, the dystopian sci-fi vibe and renegade rollerbladers make this spot seem pretty dated, but the visual style and well-crafted storytelling still hold up. Made for Coke in Japan, "Bladeroller" was later brought to New York as the first TV ad in the Museum of Mordern Art's permanent collection."