Oakley T Wire Eyewear

4.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $225.00

Product Description

With technology commandeered from the defense industry, we rendered frames in pure titanium, the phenomenal material used in fighter jets and nuclear submarines. T Wire frames achieve minimal weight and maximal durability, thanks to an indestructible member of the periodic table.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by zach a Cross Country Rider from wisconsin

Date Reviewed: May 21, 2003

Strengths:    look good, stay on my head when i crash, metal rather than plastic, don't see other ppl wearing them often

Weaknesses:    paint chipped a little(my fault), worry about wrecking my $150 glasses

Bottom Line:   
good specs, but expensive.

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Favorite Trail:   anything steep

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $155.00

Purchased At:   coontail sports

Similar Products Used:   none

Bike Setup:   '02 redline monocog with raceface turbine lp crank and manitou magnum R

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by willkie li a Cross Country Rider from Singapore

Date Reviewed: March 7, 2003

Strengths:    strong frame.... nice design... doesn't scatch easily

Weaknesses:    none actually..... but the rubber of the legs would tear if not taken care of....

Bottom Line:   
it is a nice eyewear but is quite expensive...... wat can u expect...... this is the price to pay for a good eyewear like this

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $166.00

Purchased At:   captiol optical

Similar Products Used:   oakley straight line 4.0

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Problem mounting tires on old WTB Laser Beam rim - wire bead trail king wouldn't fit

This is an old rim, but it's a perfect old v-brake wheel (I believe built by gravy) so I have no interest in replacing it. Problem is, this old WTB Laser Beam rim has always been a pain in the butt to mount tires. I ordered a pair of those wire bead Continental Trail King 2.2 that everybody's se ... Read More »

Don't want wire/hose scratches on your new bike?

My LBS ordered these clips for me from Jagwire, they bend to conform with your bike, I tried to unhook the hook once and it wouldn't come apart, I'm sure they would but may not work after that, the cable/hose still has free movement, mine has over 100 miles on it and no scratches, Read More »

New rear tire for the D-T: Minion DHR vs Nev 2.5 Wire bead vs Intense EX DC DH

Looking for a new rear tire for my Delirium T and these three are all priced between $30-35 right now at [URL="http://www.pricepoint.com/thumb/3-Parts-73-Tires/Mountain-True.htm"]pricepoint[/URL]. The Nev is the wire bead STICK-E, Intense is a dual compound folding bead but double ply and they ar ... Read More »

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