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Discussion in 'Oakley Sunglasses Discussion' started by Charlotte Muskett, 3/3/16.

  1. Charlotte Muskett

    Charlotte Muskett


    I hope somebody can help me... my partner lost his beloved Oakleys in the sea on holiday last year, he was very sad about this and hasn't stopped going on about them since! It's his birthday on Tuesday and I wanted to buy him the same pair, this is proving difficult, they were a few years old already when he lost them, ive been trawling the net trying to find this same model and I havent really got anywhere! Can anybody help me!?
    Thanks in advance!

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  2. boles4u


    It is the Crosshair 2.0, but the colorway looks like the Lead/Black Iridium Polarized OO4044-03. These weren't made for very long and can be hard to find. The current Crosshairs are much larger. Definitely a try before you buy situation if you decide to replace them with the new ones.
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  3. Kuztomized

    Kuztomized Premium Member

    I agree, definitely Crosshair 2.0, and definitely one of the two colorways listed above. It is hard to tell from the picture. If you remember the frame being either matte silver (Lead) or Polished, that would tell you which one it was. If you remember the lenses having a brown tint, that would tell you they were VR28.

    They are hard to come by since they were not around long and have been discontinued for a while. They can be found on eBay but prices are not far below retail for new or like new condition.
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  4. boles4u


    Good call on double checking the colorways. I'm still leaning toward Lead/Black Iridium Polar, but it is pretty hard to tell from the picture. There is such a big difference in the lenses that you want to be sure to get the right one.

  5. Stanleybb50


    I had gotten these from Verizon Smart Rewards a couple months ago. I returned them now, but maybe they're still selling them there too.

    These had the VR28 Black Iridium (non polarized) lenses.

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