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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-05-2006, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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OAKLEY "Fives 2.0" Polarized (Crystal Black/Black Iridium) - MSRP: $135 - used
- one LIGHT scratch on lens, less than 1mm in diameter
$65 shipped
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OAKLEY "Men's Dartboard" (Polished Black/Chrome) - MSRP: $135 - used
- NO scratches at all, like new
$85 shipped
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both sunglasses come with microfiber bag
both are 100% genuine OAKLEY products
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Re: FS: Oakley sunglasses (2 different ones)

haha what timing, competition from the bay


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Re: FS: Oakley sunglasses (2 different ones)

Are you buying them just because they say OAKLEY? If so whats it gonna hurt to get the $20 foakleys. they look exactly the same. There is no way I would spend that much on sun glasses. I'd rather buy something for the car.

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Re: FS: Oakley sunglasses (2 different ones)

If you say so... I think those $20 sunglasses makes the images look funnier... like it zooms in a little.


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Re: FS: Oakley sunglasses (2 different ones)

Yeah ppl who say the foakleys are as good as geniune oakley's have never worn both. The oakley lenses are what your paying for...not really the name. 80-90% of the cost of the glasses are the lenses.

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Re: FS: Oakley sunglasses (2 different ones)

Not even close - Oakleys are optically correct, scratch and fog resistant, and made of far better materials than the cheap knock offs.

I used to think the same thing, buying the $5 7-11 sunglasses, until my ex bought me a pair of Porsche Carrera's (She worked for Optyl at the time, so they "only" cost her $150). Couldnt wear another cheap set ever again.

The Oakleys I have now are 8 years old and still look great - try that with the cheapos.

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