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what's your favorite pistol competition sunglasses?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by theTactician, Apr 30, 2007.


  1. theTactician

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    Mine's the new 07 oakley radar sunglasses. can withstand high impact projectiles and debris and other than the plutonite lenses of oakley it can keep off water, mud, dirt keeping the optical surface clean and dry. pretty cool stuff from oakley.
    i dont use my signature finito juliet oakley frames anymore. heheehe.. i just keep it in my car for everyday use. heheh.
     

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  2. mc_oliver

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    Rydons with ImpactX photochromic+PolarFx lenses. Pero mas pogi yung Laser AR red. :supergrin:
     

  3. Eye Cutter

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    rudy project! i've been using my RP Kerosene for 4 years already without any problems. i went through 3 pairs of oakleys in 2 years, nadudurog frame prob. from the heat and humidity. all my oakleys disintegrated way before its time! customer service is so far way behind rp's.
     
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    Rudy project.
     
  5. KevlarSix

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    Rudy Project Rydons:cool: When not wearing our club shirt I also use Rudy jerseys in the range and I carry my gear in a Rudy backpack. Very comfortable and durable albeit a lil bit expensive.
     
  7. ogiebb

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    Oakley M frame with vented heater lens also the new Oakley Radar range got them from ebay for cheap
     
  8. jimbullet

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    Arent the rudy projects plastics too? Oakleys get brittle due to heat as I had encountered with my two other oakleys before. The lens maybe tough, but the frame should have been made durable too. I switched to metal frames once more, though not intended for IPSC. I use beretta gunglasses intended for trap and skeet.
     
  9. Eye Cutter

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    yes, the rp's frames are plastic but they're much more durable than the oakley's frame. makunat yung rp, the oakleys are brittle
     
  10. ogiebb

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    the Pro M frames are very brittle i used to have sets that would crack near the ear sock area, but Oakley always do good and replaces them for me... the new M frame not the PRO are tough as nails...also try out they new Oakley Range radars they flex so much it not even funny....:hearts:
     
  11. foxyyy

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    Oakley SI M Ballistic 2.0 Style:

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    or the new Oakley Radar Path customized:

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  12. theTactician

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    i never had problems with oakley before. i think they're tough not only coz they pass the ANSI high impact tests but simply because they were made that way..tough. anyway, i bought all my oakleys here in the u.s. is there a difference with oakleys bought in the phils than here in the u.s.?
    i also used rudy project and rayban before, they're pretty cool too.
     
  13. isuzu

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