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  1. Sundalo

    Sundalo Oakley Expert

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    Which do you prefer? TiO2 or 24k
    To me, I prefer TiO2 because they are regular frame colors "frankensteined" together. I don't own a 24k but seen pictures of the 24k color fading/disappearing because of use.
     
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  2. atrain

    atrain O-Forums Boss of Bosses

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    That's a tough one the 24k is sexy but the tio2 is a bit of sexy and tough
     
  3. Sundalo

    Sundalo Oakley Expert

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    lol I know exactly what you mean. It's like a popstar(24k) and heavy metal(TiO2)
     
  4. atrain

    atrain O-Forums Boss of Bosses

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    Lol not the analogy I would use but yeah
     
  5. Phibz408

    Phibz408 Oakley Beginner

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    I like ti02 it has the more industial/science type feel that oakley always carried through the xmetal designs, it's on my wish list currently
     
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    atrain O-Forums Boss of Bosses

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  7. Ares176

    Ares176 Oakley Beginner

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    I'd have to go with the Ti02 due to the uniqueness of the colors?
     
  8. Viper93

    Viper93 Oakley Beginner

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    24k, just think it looks nicer
     
  9. mopiko

    mopiko Oakley Enthusiast

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    Tio2!
    24k colors not durable for wear at all~
     
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    erap Oakley Collector

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