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  1. Anonymous

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    This was added to another thread but I didn't realize the titles don't update, so I'm posting it on its own now.

    I have a set of SI Ten frames that I put VR28 Black Iridium Polarized lenses in a week or two ago. Frame was bought on eBay, lenses bought and installed at the local Vault.

    Just not feeling these after wearing them out a few times. The frame just doesn't fit quite right. Paid $40 for the frame and $85 for the lens. I only have a micro bag for these, and the box for the lenses.

    Price is $115.

    I'd like to trade for a Radar, Inmate or some other older styles -the previous Tens, Fives/Fives 2.0, Fours. Willing to entertain other offers.

    Better pictures on request
    WTS - SI Ten W/ VR28 BIP Lenses - 2011-11-04165431.jpg
     
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  2. Anonymous

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    what did the previuos tens look like? I felt the same way about the Scalpel's,,,,loved them at first, never thought i'd sell them..later realized I felt they look just goofy on me. *shrug* guess it takes time to see what works and what doesn't for someone.
     
  3. Anonymous

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    The old ones were probably my favorite style of the Jackets. They didn't have unobtanium and fit like a large Five. The dimpling on the stems of these and the first 2 generations of Fives looks awesome, along with clean lines that still look aggressive.

    They're from the late 90's to early 00's, along with the first gen Fives and Fours.
     
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  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous I have a few pair.....

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    I loved the First Gen Fives!
     
  5. Anonymous

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    look like a eyejacket on steroids haha.
     
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  6. Anonymous

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    I've been looking around for them off and on for a few years. I've seen a few pairs on ebay from time to time, but due to the age it's rough finding them in good shape, and no chances of new lenses from Oakley.

    I owned a pair of Twenty for about 5 years and they had not a single mark on them, I have no idea how people let $200 glasses look like they spent a week in a woodchipper.

    There's a set of Ten frames on ebay for $100, but like I said no chance of finding lenses unless I start calling every store looking for some old stock. Then it's still $100 for 10+ year old frames that don't have lenses for some reason.

    There's a good looking set of 1st gen Fives on ebay for $20, tempting, even though they're tortoise frames and the lenses are pitted.

    At this point I'd probably take a set of Tens or Fives 2 in frame/lens colors I'd never normally consider, like 10W40, Rootbeer, Crystal, Butterscotch.
     
  7. Anonymous

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    Bump this back up.

    Really looking to fund a set of Radars, or trade for some.

    Also willing to trade for a Holbrook, maybe.