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18077 No. 18077 ID: 13f512
since my local camping/tacticool store is going out of business, I snagged these Oakley M Frame 3.0 PRIZM thingers. the whole set was marked down to $200 which seems to be a decent deal with the clear, TR22 and TR45 lenses and all the little accessories.

I gather the PRIZM lenses are supposed to help with contrast, but what's the difference between TR22 and TR45?
>> No. 18079 ID: 19518e
Well from Oakley's website, there's no real difference except the color of the lens and how much light it lets through.

>TR22 eliminates 78% of ambient light and blocks 100% of UVA, UVB, and UVC light.
>TR45 eliminates 55% of ambient light and blocks 100% of UVA, UVB, and UVC light.

I recently got a spare frame for my Radarlocks, so I could have a set with the dark tint and a set with the clear lenses. I would rather have M Frames but they don't make prescriptions for them so went for the next best thing, so far I haven't been disappointed in any way.
>> No. 18080 ID: 13f512
Interdasting. I am excited to wear these to the range, I guess the TR22 would be appropriate for outdoors and the TR45s for inside shootan.
>> No. 18092 ID: 6e2b77
I've really enjoyed mine. The lenses were developed with sport shooters in mind, so they've done quite well for me shooting trap.
>> No. 18106 ID: 13f512
fuck I broke the nosepiece thing
>> No. 18107 ID: 6ca38e
Two months, almost to the day.

The mind boggles.
>> No. 18108 ID: a8dbe2

My new favorite sunglasses. Pretty much just like older M-Frames, but they're $8 and MIL_PRF 31013 compliant.

Bretty fuggin gud.
>> No. 18170 ID: f0fb5d
I just got a pair of Smith Optics Chamber glasses. I say glasses and not sunglasses because I got clear frames. They're supposedly wider-framed than their Director model I had my eye on. Need that for my oversized noggin.

Affordable at only $80 and I believe Smith scored well in a Lucky Gunner test of eye protection years back.

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