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Discussion in 'Oakley Sunglasses Discussion' started by SpliceD, 8/14/11.

  1. SpliceD


    I picked up these frames for pretty cheap. Just need to figure out which lenses i should put in them.

    I think these are the MLB LA Dodgers frames. I was thinking Ice Iridium, but it might be TOO much blue. I could do black iridium, but that seems a bit boring.

    Would like community feedback :smile:
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  2. rhuntington3


    Ice Iridium would look good. Maybe the Positive Red Iridium.

  3. the piper

    the piper

    +Red is great but if u are a Dodgers fan then ICE definitely...I have yet to understand why the Yankees used Black instead of Ice iridium and they should have pinstriped the white part of frame...

  4. ucdavis4PT0gpa


    Positive Red Iridium jumped to my mind first also. Would look great and that's a special lens tint that isn't available on alot of models.

  5. Oakley_Sight


    +Red, like the others are saying

  6. The Game

    The Game

    gold or tungsten

  7. oakleyguy7

    oakleyguy7 Premium Member

    i wanna say there a custom set, the MLB set will come with a silver icon no blue, i would toss a nice pair of +Red in there or even some Fire would look pretty sick

  8. SpliceD


    I'm not a Dodgers fan. I'm not really into baseball at all. I just picked these up because they were only $20 for the frame. I figured i could use them as a beater pair. +Red Iridium seems like a good choice as well as being the front runner. I might just get both the +Red and the Ice so i can go back and forth :smile:

  9. Millerntor


    Deep blue polarized, the "better looking ice" !

  10. jiveSEVEN


    my OO red polarized look pretty damn good. sorry offtopic, but is OO red polarized and + red about the same tint?

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