Pretty Hatemachine: Ironic Man
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7Y
Nov 6, 2011 6:37 PM
The most worn since purchase two years ago have been Inmate polarized blk iridium, the Book of Eli shades. But previous most worn for many years, and still my all-time favorite, are titanium/gold Juliets. I consider the Juliet my "Crosing the Rubicon" moment into Oakley nut-dom.
8Y
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.
9Y
Apr 3, 2010 4:50 PM
Awesome. Oklahoma City (my neck o' the woods) needs one like I need cheeseburgers, but at least saturated-with-O north Texas is within driving range.
9Y
Jan 17, 2010 7:17 PM
"Book of Eli" was amazing. As we have seen time and again in the cinema, to properly survive the end of civilization, one requires Oakley stuffs.
9Y
Aug 9, 2009 9:16 PM
Yeah I would like to see that as well, just press a button and switch instantly from tint to clear. Come in very handy for those of use who have to wear contact lenses.

'Course, I would like to see Oakley not only do that, but also put out wearable replicas of the Snake Eyes visor so geeky-inclined could play dress up and indulge our Oakley fixation at the same time.
9Y
Aug 8, 2009 9:35 PM
Anybody else see G.I.Joe yet? I thought it was a pretty decent adaptation and I was glad to see the S.I. Boots and gloves on the Joes, and I believe they were also wearing Oakley goggles in the snow assault in the climax. Great to see the Snake Eyes headpiece and visor in onscreen action after seeing it in real life at Oakley H.Q., too!
10Y
May 1, 2009 10:13 PM
I dressed up as 'Civilian' Wolverine for X2. I had the muttonchops, wife-beater, dogtag, cowboy boots...but I wore my Juliets too. People in line were like, "Hey Wolverine! What's with the shades?"
So I would say, "I clawed Cyclops and took his sunglasses--and his girlfriend."
10Y
Apr 19, 2009 8:21 PM
Thanks for the info, good to know.
10Y
Apr 19, 2009 6:43 PM
Hey all, I was wondering if anyone has bought any O's from an ebay seller named "cszendejas." The reason I ask is that she has a LOT of Oakley's up for BIN at pretty reasonable prices, but I find it suspicious that there is no box with any of them. Normally I would scoff at such a glaring suggestion of fakery, but she has over 3000 feedbacks from O buyers and none accuse of being fake. I'd like to jump on some, but I'm hesitant. If anyone has experience from this seller, please pipe up.
10Y
Apr 14, 2009 11:12 PM
The leather wrapped Mars. I wanted them when Fight Club came out, but not enough moolah to go around. When I had a bit more cash the Juliets caught my eye more, so I spent a wad on those instead. Someday, maybe.
10Y
Apr 5, 2009 10:28 PM
Hey everybody, I had a great time meeting all of you at the Co-Pilot event. Dann and I along with Travis and Aaron were the ones left behind at SC Village Paintball! That was one of my own most memorable moments of the whole event. Glad we made it back in time to go to D&B's though.
13Y
Jun 10, 2006 10:35 PM
So backcountry.com was running a sale on the leather Skull Belts, something I had my eye on for a while, so of course I had to snag one. However, as many have posted on this site, it's difficult to stay closed. My question is, does anyone have a solution to this problem? And, not to reflect my ignorance, but does the solution have anything to do with the separate piece of black leather with the Oakley logo that fastens to the backside of the skull belt buckle, or is that detachable piece only for hanging the belt up when not wearing?
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