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  1. OpinionatedOakley

    OpinionatedOakley Oakley Beginner

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    Back when Oakley was making the women's Endure models, I scored a couple vr28 BI polarized lenses for cheap. I also had a set of Zero arms and a Zero nosepiece. Late one night I broke out the dremel and made these.

    They work a little better than an original zero because the lens is stiffer. It grips tighter on the head, and the lens doesn't flex as much so the tips of the earstems aren't sticking out at your temples. I'm pretty sure you can do this with any shield lenses; I picked the Endure because of the nice profile.

    edit - this is actually vr28 polarized. vr28 bi is the other lens.

    Custom Zero With Shield Lenses - 4zv0SAh.jpg
    Custom Zero With Shield Lenses - q6wXb0Z.jpg
     
    Last edited: 9/11/14
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  2. ajirbl

    ajirbl Oakley Enthusiast

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    Ok. Thats ****in awesome
     
  3. Patient_Cero

    Patient_Cero Oakley Collector

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    Well done! :drinks: I think some have used goggle lenses in some of their recreations of the zero line lenses in the past.
     
  4. OpinionatedOakley

    OpinionatedOakley Oakley Beginner

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    These lenses are at The Vault for a very good price.
     
  5. OpinionatedOakley

    OpinionatedOakley Oakley Beginner

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    This requires far fewer skills than the stuff that guys like qtrain have posted.
     
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  6. Max provost

    Max provost Oakley Beginner

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    That's nice work!! You sure have steady hands with the dremmel!
     
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