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  1. greg

    greg Oakley Enthusiast

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    Hey guys, I am looking for a pair of holbrooks that I am not sure if they even exist. What i am looking for is a holbrook in a matte black frame and clear lenses preferably polarized clear lenses if oakley ever made clear polarized lenses. Basically the look I am going for, is for the frames and lenses to look prescription but are just regular sunglasses in reality.

    Also I am looking to buy, so if anyone has a pair please post pics and let me know!!!

    A crystal black frame would also work!
     
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  2. Brett28

    Brett28 Here's my money, thanks

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    No such thing but I did just pick up a set of aftermarket clear lenses off eBay for about $15. They are just regular clear plastic, no polarization. You could grab a frame and pop those in no problem.
     
  3. JDubs

    JDubs Oakley Enthusiast

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    yeah just buy a black holbrook frame and pop some after market clears in. I don't know if clear lenses come in polarized or not. here is a link to a forum sponsor that sells clear lenses. I would say if you are spending more than 75 on a good pair of frames plus these lenses you are paying too much. Just to help with price point. http://www.revantoptics.com/revant-replacement-lenses-for-oakley-holbrook
     
    Last edited: 11/12/13
  4. XdoomedX

    XdoomedX Oakley Beginner

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    I don't think you'll be able to get polarized lenses without any tint. The closest thing to clear polarized would probably be light grey.
     
  5. greg

    greg Oakley Enthusiast

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    Yea i wasnt sure how polarization worked, I figured that you could not get polarized clear lenses but I thought hell maybe someone out there found a way. I really appreciate all of your input, wisdom, and advice... thanks guys