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  1. Viper999

    Viper999 Oakley Beginner

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    Here are the pictures the most convincing of which is the earsock saying radarlock when clearly they are not because there is no lock mechanism. Also these glasses will not accept other real oakley radar lenses which I've heard can be interchanged with real radarlocks.
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zps0c6b6cc3.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zpsb0bb7ed4.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zps100d4f08.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zps49b1db08.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zpsc6e5ca72.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zpsc16adaec.jpg
    Possible Fake Oakley Radars/Radarlocks? - null_zps1264ea24.jpg
     
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  2. MarcelN

    MarcelN Oakley Beginner

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    obviously these are fakes
     
  3. Ventruck

    Ventruck Oakley Expert

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    yeah, OP answered his own question. They don't even come in that color. There shouldn't be an "O" print on the lens, and if I see right that's the typical fake Oakley text as well. Serial and "Radarlock" text are off too.

    I've seen the switchlock mech imitated also. I bought my first Radalock pair at a swap meet and second guessed myself a lot. Was wreckless in not doing any homework before approaching a pair. Lucky that they were real, and since then I've figured out how to I.D the the real ones.
     
  4. Lumbergh

    Lumbergh Oakley Enthusiast

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    So.... What's the question here since you answered it already???