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Jammer -
Have just chanced on a frame for the O3's SKU 11-624 with no lenses, earsocks or nosepads, sold as Why 3's.
Bought them as I had another pair of Why 3's and thought I would make a good pair out of the two....
Reallised they were totally different when I got them both side by side to sort out what I could use.
Managed to get lenses made, earsocks and nosepads, had to do some work on shortening the screws and find some little clear plastic washers so that they would go together nice and tight but have them sorted now!
These are my favourites of my collection, have never known a pair of shades so light or comfortable, been looking for more ever since, does anyone else have these? Can't find another pair anywhere?!
Tyrant Rex -
Its 2019 and I still wear my brushed chrome/ dark bronze Probation shades. The folks at the Oakley store always say something about them when I have them on me. Even when they were new I always got questions about them at different sun glass stores. They really wrap around the face and give complete coverage. They are a bit heavy, but still comfortable. Near impossible to find now. I would love another pair.
Speedy007 -
Half Wire 2.0
Only writing this because I see so many people talking shit on oakley saying that there products suck as well as customer service.first off people do some research about things before you leave anything negative.oakley sold to a company called luxottica I believe in the mid having said that luxottica not only makes oakleys now but they also produce pretty much every name brand glasses on the market from Oakley to Ray Ban to Cartier so no matter what brand you buy these days your going to deal with the same customer service for all brands whether you like it or not.luxottica pretty much has created a monopoly in the sunglass as well as prescription glasses department being that not only do they make about 99% of the worlds name brands they also own sunglasses hut,pearl vison,lens crafters as well as pretty much every other well known eyeglass stores.ive owned everything from Gargoyles to Cartier to Gucci and even today oakley sunglasses even though they're made by a different company still offer the best bang for you buck.aould you rather pay 170 for a pair that should last basically forever if dont abuse them(I've owned oakleys for 25yrs now and never had a pair break from normal use)or would you rather pay $400 or $500 for a pair of gucci's that are made by the same company?believe me when I say any problem you have with oakley and they're customer service you'll have with any other major brand out there being that luxottica makes them all?besides that regardless of who's making them now oakley still has by far the best optical clarity as well as best lenses on the market imo.i can wear Oakleys 24/7 and never worry about getting a headache whereas any other brand I've even tried gives me a headache within 1 to 2 hrs after putting them on.stop hating and do some research before you start talking shit.
The_Collector -
Owned: All but the SI

The Straightback could be a Turbine rotor with different temples. they fit well and have good coverage. the price point makes them a little more affordable to get the prize lenses. also. The Scenic Blue is the only real frame color spinoff with the blue glitter frame which is really cool in the sunlight. My choice for these was because I'm a nut for shield lenses and the 24k more specifically. You honestly won't be dissapointed in a purchase, they fit well and don't pressure the head too much. The rating is based on my opinion Lux is just throwing ideas at the wall to see what sticks.
flyer -
Style Switch
Frame: Matte Black Alpha Decay w/Dark Grey and Grey.
Polished Black, Gold Ghost Text, Tungsten.

Out of place in the Pro peloton, Switchlock tech now has style.
Fits close to my face without my eyelashes brushing the lenses. Minimal inside cleaning=good thing! Decent wrap, and peripheral vision, they work well under a full-face or modular helmet.
flyer -
Wiretap Rx
Titanium Matte Black.
Custom cut Light +Red iridium.
Light, Ti strong, fits w-i-d-e.
Artful rendering of Ti alloy.
Gets noticed, so, no hiding...
Ian -
12 Gauge
I finally pulled the trigger on the carbon fiber yellow version. It's on par with other Oakley watches in terms of quality. The face is about the same size as the Hollow Point. It weighs about the same, as well. It's bigger than the Time Tank/Minute Machine, and smaller than the Double Tap.

My only complaint is that the alarm is not intuitive. It has a separate dial that one would think would be the time of the alarm, but it seems as though it is to set the alarm however many hours and minutes ahead of the current time. As it stands, the alarm is not so much of an alarm as it is a count-down timer. Also, the alarm cannot be adjusted or set when the chronograph is being used.
M -
Crosshair, New
love the fit, so nice and lightweight, coverage is great.
rhyd3n -
Great for small faces. Short enough flexible arms that it doesn't jam against helmets. Unobtanium material on arms ensure the glasses don't fall off during violent movements.
Janos -
I like the big lens and it is confortable. Rubber stalk destroyed in 2 years
Blackbeard -
1 Eye-Con
Great for pirates
Dullisc -
Zero 0.1
Frame: Brush
Lens: 2nd Gen Black Iridium

Love the look and feel of these glasses. Very lightweight and eye catching when wearing them out. The design reminds me of the Mars and Madman styles, very Mad Scientist styling.
Larger lens than the Gen 1 0.1 lens but still gives great coverage for being a smaller frame.
Great pair to own and wear if your lucky enough to find out there.

Wavecloud -
Seriously sexy pair! Simply because of BVI Gradient and Black to Grey Gradient!

I’m the only O lover who owns them? I think so! Seriously under rated indeed
The Game -
Crossrange Patch
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Prizm Black Iridium

Appropriately named, this Crossrange takes its styling cues from previous Dispatch models. The front had the distinct opening from the Dispatch 1 and thin framed from the Dispatch 2 with the oversized look of both. I owned the original and loved the way they looked on me, the only problem was the bottom of the frame rested on my cheek and would leave lines on my face if I wore them too long. If only they put nose pieces on them. Enter the Crossrange Patch which fixes that problem. I was able to acquire the 5 sizes of nose pieces able and fit the right one for me. They look and feel great. Thanks to the unobtainium earsocks of the sports stems they aren’t going anywhere. If I had only one gripe it’s that there are no polarized lenses available
Dullisc -
Zero 0.4
Frame: Sleet
Lens: Black Iridium

The 0.4 lens is a bit bigger than I thought it would be but that is a good thing. The lens coverage is great with a great light fit. Leave them on for a few minutes and you can forget your even wearing them.
The design is more subdued and does not get as much attention as the the others can but you still get that nostalgic feeling when wearing them. A great pair to get into if you looking to start a collection of the Zero lineup as there seem to be plenty of 0.4 in good condition available
A worthy pickup for sure.
Dullisc -
M Frame Heater
Frame: Crystal Blue
Lens: Blue Iridium

Iconic..To me there are several glasses that scream Oakley when you see them. The MFrame is one of those. I purchased my first pair of MFrames in 1994 (Fingerprint with +Red Iridium) and that was my only frame I had until 2014. The Heater gives great coverage a unique look that everyone recognizes and are some of the most comfortable glasses I've ever worn.
These are still great pieces to have and wear but due to the age of the glasses and the brittleness of the O-Matter you will see stress cracks and eventually a full break. I would however recommend these though for any collector as they are a true iconic piece of history but for every day use I would recommend the MFrame New as it is more sturdy.
flyer -
Square Whisker
Polished Black, Black polarized.
BEWARE: This is one of Oakley's less than stellar designs in which the earstem ends WILL impact the lens when folded. (See also Blender).
ediglenn7786 -
Hollow Point
Just grabbed a brand new silver HP that was still, catch this, BRAND NEW. Sure enough it arrived exactly as the eBay add described. Even better, I only paid $1,100 for it. Not bad considering the $1,995 MSRP. This is second in the Oakley luxury line only to the Elite Full Metal Jacket, as it truly really resembles it. This watch would make GQ salivate, as it’s big face and bracelt links that resemble spare ammo, says “Badass” all over the place. I get compliments daily so far. Great job Oakley! Now just start the watch line back up!
Dullisc -
Frame: Dark Carbon
Lens: Ruby Iridium Polarized

X-metal lines continues. Yes not a popular saying but one that we are left with these days. These are extremely comfortable more so than the original X-metal Line. There are features that remind me of the Romeo's, Juliets etc.. such as the screws being featured at the top of the frame. And the lenses and profile remind me greatly of the X-Squared.

If you can get past the fact that they are not full metal, titanium frames and appreciate them for what they are, a mix of old and new with a blending of O-matter and metal then you will enjoy these glasses.
Comfortable, easy to wear stylish everyday glasses that will still get the attention from others on the street.

I will defiantly be looking to get more in the future.
Dullisc -
Pit Bull
Frame: Gunmetal FMJ
Lens: Fire Iridium

Extremly comfortable pair of glasses. Larger frame perfect for bigger heads. Great coverage with no light leakage from the sides.
If your a fan of the Monster Dog you will want to check these out. With the Unobtainium ear socks and nose piece they fit snugly to your head with no fear of them falling off.

My only complaint is not due to the frames themselves yet the FMJ finish which is a known issue. The FMJ tends to flake and peal off causing the chrome finish to show through. This is not something I'll knock off points for as this is not an issue with the frame just the coating.

Great glasses though worth a buy.
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