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  1. -=Jeff=-

    -=Jeff=- Oakley Enthusiast

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    I am thinking 1996-1997. I do know the lenses don't interchange with the newer style M-frames..

    I have 2 pair like this, the CF pair and one black frame pair..
    What Year Are These M-Frames? - 2011-09-08_06-59-15_865.jpg

    I also have a then newer style frame in black (but a RX version)
     
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  2. Juleye Exclusive Eyewear

    Juleye Exclusive Eyewear http://www.juleye.nl

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    It's a 2nd gen m-frame, fitted with Black iridium Hybrid lenses. They should fit in the new (3rd. gen) m-frames too.
     
  3. -=Jeff=-

    -=Jeff=- Oakley Enthusiast

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    I thought that lens was called Strike ( or Stryke)

    That lense will not fit the 2000ish frame I have, the lens in the pic seems smaller..
     
  4. RetinaBurn

    RetinaBurn Oakley Enthusiast

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    It does looks like a Strike lense. The lense should fit the newer M-Frames, I have a few older lenses (Gen 1) and they fit in newer (Gen 3) M-Frames.
     
  5. -=Jeff=-

    -=Jeff=- Oakley Enthusiast

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    Hmm,, I will try again but they did seem to be different sizes
     
  6. Juleye Exclusive Eyewear

    Juleye Exclusive Eyewear http://www.juleye.nl

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    I am sorry, they are stike lenses indeed... However they still have to fit the modern M-frames indeed.
     
  7. -=Jeff=-

    -=Jeff=- Oakley Enthusiast

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    I tried the older non RX in the RX frames and then fit, but loose, they just are not as tight for whatever reason