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  1. jacitno

    jacitno Oakley Beginner

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    So I have 20/20 vision, but lately at work the glare of indoor lighting has made my vision tired and sometimes my eyes burn.
    I wanted to get the oakley crosslink but just have them with a clear lens. Is there a way to just be able to purchase the rx frame with clear oakley lens? The oakley website don't even sell RX lenses online anymore? says type in your zipcode to find a doctor.

    Any body have any ideas?

    thanks
     
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  2. qBan

    qBan The Hijinxer

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    I got my crosslink with just regular clear lenses, they're weren't prescription
     
  3. jacitno

    jacitno Oakley Beginner

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    Did they come like that or did you buy the clear lens separate? if so was it a regular uva uvb protective lense?
     
  4. qBan

    qBan The Hijinxer

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    Ohh idk if it was all that. I bought them brand new though, so imma guess they came like that from oakley
     
  5. jacitno

    jacitno Oakley Beginner

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    So I been doing some reading and apparently people do wear eye glasses as fashion or protective to computer glare etc, I have found that they are called zero power glasses.
    It reduces the glare from computers etc. I am interested in getting these custom fit for my oakley crosslink OX8030-0155 any body know where I could do this? :crazypilot:
     
  6. jacitno

    jacitno Oakley Beginner

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    qBan did your crosslink come with a o matter painting on the left lens? if so is it hard to peel off
     
  7. qBan

    qBan The Hijinxer

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    No, mine didn't have anything, just the clear lenses. They should've been Oakley lenses since I bought it new.
     
  8. flyer

    flyer Oakley Expert

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    Have you considered having a pair of sayyyy...titanium clears cut for 'em.
    That is a fine indoor lens.
     
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  9. jdd32

    jdd32 X Metal Workshop

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    All Oakley RX frames come with a sample lens but they're just a piece of clear plastic that hardly meets the criteria of 'lens'. They're provided only for eye doctors to measure and cut RX lens for your frame. You can get zero power (aka plano) lens from eye doctors but they won't offer much other than UV protection. If you want glare reduction, go with Ti Clear custom cut Oakley lenses.
     
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  10. jacitno

    jacitno Oakley Beginner

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    Any idea where I can get these?