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BAPD77
Stephen Garrett
Dec 14, 2011 4:16 PM
Does anyone have a pair of glasses with slate iridium and another with black iridium in which they could do a side by side photo showing the differences. Which is more mirrored, darker, etc. I haven't had a pair with slate iridium for a while. I'm wanting to buy a new custom pair and was hoping to get a side by side pic to refresh my recollection about slate iridium. I haven't seen it in person in a while. Thanks for any help.
Bhaley2four
Brent Haley
Dec 14, 2011 9:22 PM
slate is a lighter based lens than black iridium, both are mirrored but the black is by far darker...
OsmosisJones
Justin "Scorpion Zero" Jones
Dec 14, 2011 9:45 PM
You can also sometimes at the right angles at with the right light see through the Slate and see a shadow of your eyes through the lenses.
BAPD77
Stephen Garrett
Dec 15, 2011 3:59 AM
I do remember that. I wish I would have never gotten rid of my slate lenses, I think I had them in some gascans a while back, but can't even remember the frame, dammit!
TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Dec 25, 2011 4:12 AM
Slate is not the most flashy lens of course but very versatile in many situations and I would rather have slate than grey lens any day of the week !
 
 
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