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  1. junitor

    junitor Oakley Beginner

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    Positive Red Iridium Polarised vs OO Red Iridium Polarised

    can any one pls tell me what are the difference between these 2?

    i am trying to get it for my split jacket. any advise will be appreciated, tks.

    J
     
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  2. oakleyguy7

    oakleyguy7 Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member

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    Re: Positive Red Iridium Polarised vs OO Red Iridium Polaris

    + Red is going to be a little darker then the OO Red. you will see your eyes through the OO. Both are sweet but if you want to hide your eyes better +Red is the way to go.
     
  3. junitor

    junitor Oakley Beginner

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    Re: Positive Red Iridium Polarised vs OO Red Iridium Polaris

    humm , oakley website said

    What is Oakley OO?

    You already know that Oakley Polarized delivers true neutral color recognition that sets the gold standard for HDO. But what you may not know is that the glare control and clarity of Polarized can be supplemented with color contrasting technology that enhances HDO in certain environments. We call this new Oakley innovation Oakley OO

    in certain environment? Oakley service centre told me that +red means green will look greener, OO red means will look more brownish

    how true is that?

    Clarity will be better? i am not sure.

    J
     
  4. The Game

    The Game Oakley Enthusiast

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    Re: Positive Red Iridium Polarised vs OO Red Iridium Polaris

    it means that you are going to get more contrast out of the OO lenses than you will from the regular version. its all a matter of choice go with what you feel works for you