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Looking for standard Radar lenses in VR 50 Ruby, Ruby, +Red, Ice or Sapphire, Prizm Road (do they make?) or Violet.
Can trade. I have lots of Radarlock lenses and tons of other small parts.
 

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You know you can trim the radar lock to fit.

 

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I'm doing that on one. It's actually a lot of cutting.
 

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My Custom Oakley Holbrook w/ chrome iridium polarized lenses started peeling and getting scratched! So when i buy a new pair of Oakley's I don't even wear them with the Oakley lenses. I throw away the lenses they come with. I wear Revant optics.
Revant Optics has EVERY replacement lenses for almost every Oakley, they even have Prizm Polarized. They are scratch proof so you can clean them with your shirt! They are equal if not better than Oakley lenses In My Opinion. They are cheaper than paying $110+ for a piece of plastic that easily scratches, peels, warpes, ect. The Prizm Polarized is called 'Performance Tuned' on the Revant site! check them out you will thank me later! www.revantoptics.com
 

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ehh.
 

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My Custom Oakley Holbrook w/ chrome iridium polarized lenses started peeling and getting scratched! So when i buy a new pair of Oakley's I don't even wear them with the Oakley lenses. I throw away the lenses they come with. I wear Revant optics.
Dam dude, that's harsh to the planet and your wallet to buy a new pair and just toss the lenses which are atleast 1/3 of the retail price of the pair... Why not just frames instead?
I'm sure someone on here would gladly take those lenses off your hands - you could at least recycle them that way instead of going to landfill where it'll take 450 years to decompose... I mean unless you want to leave your mark on the planet in the form of discard new Oakley lenses...

Revant Optics has EVERY replacement lenses for almost every Oakley, they even have Prizm Polarized. They are scratch proof so you can clean them with your shirt! They are equal if not better than Oakley lenses In My Opinion. They are cheaper than paying $110+ for a piece of plastic that easily scratches, peels, warpes, ect. The Prizm Polarized is called 'Performance Tuned' on the Revant site! check them out you will thank me later! www.revantoptics.com
I was under the impression they were only scratch resistance? Scratch proof sounds way too advance for the chump's change they charge per set. If they're really scratch proof I may have to consider picking up some, that way I don't need to carry around a bag. Instead I'll just use the dry parts of my 40's paper bag...

I know the O-Forum would love a review of just how scratch proof the Revant lenses are, you could start with a shirt and move up to more abrasive things, till you get a belt sander or maybe that won't even scratch them, may have to pull out a 50 caliber
 

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My Custom Oakley Holbrook w/ chrome iridium polarized lenses started peeling and getting scratched! So when i buy a new pair of Oakley's I don't even wear them with the Oakley lenses. I throw away the lenses they come with. I wear Revant optics.
Revant Optics has EVERY replacement lenses for almost every Oakley, they even have Prizm Polarized. They are scratch proof so you can clean them with your shirt! They are equal if not better than Oakley lenses In My Opinion. They are cheaper than paying $110+ for a piece of plastic that easily scratches, peels, warpes, ect. The Prizm Polarized is called 'Performance Tuned' on the Revant site! check them out you will thank me later! www.revantoptics.com
WTF? Lol
Lenses don’t scratch themselves and they prolly started peeling from the giant scratch from cleaning them with your shirt.
No lenses are scratch proof. Think about it... None
All your doing is trading optical quality for your self admitted poor cleaning and care habits.

Most people that have been around here for a long time have had a lens peel at least once. It happens. Sucks it happen to you so soon tho and turned you off so fast.
Try and give OEM lenses another chance brother. Stick with the proven superior optics of Oakley and take good care of them.
 

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