Oakley Holbrook Metal Review | SportRx

The Holbrook is one of Oakley’s best-selling sunglasses and it’s now available in a new style: The Holbrook Metal. Nick from Oakley joins SportRx for a review of the Holbrook Metal, which features a lightweight stainless steel frame, three-point fit, Hollowpoint hinges and unobtainium temples.

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Jimil Borillo says:

What is unobtainium exactly? Is it a rubber like material or is it metal as well?

Matthew Gagnon says:

do old Holbrook lenses fit in these?

antubz says:

What lens is Tyler wearing @0:20?

jay vee says:

will they make these in xl?

adgilvizon09 says:

can you change the lenses?

Blayzinum says:

do yours have split frames with screw on back for lens removal? or the size printed on inside bridge?
trying to spot fakes on ebay.ta.

Scott Lowe says:

I bought a pair of Holbrook’s last year I’m a Quadriplegic I was at the park I guess they fell out of my lap. I tried a pair of the Holbrook metal on today they are nice. I just wish they were available in more polarized lens colors.

CSQUAR3DsBaCk says:

Before I email you guys on heavy metal, how would you change out the lenses on these?!

Sushobhon Samuel Morrison says:

please make a review on flak 2.0 xl metal collection.

wwwAIKIDOat says:

where is it made? oakley is also part of the italian company

Mark Sinagra says:

What are the possibilities of seeing a comparison between these and a pair of Tincans? Although not identical obviously, these seem like a comparable replacement for my TIncan collection. If not a full comparison, could you post a dimensional comparison, please.

Thanks, Mark.

Matthew Gagnon says:

also, is there any difference between sapphire and torch lenses on goggles vs regular sunglasses?

Matthew Knoll says:

I’ll tell you something these are very impressive looking I tried them on in the Oakley store about time they did something like this again. I have the original Jupiter factory lite brand-new actually never Wore them this is when they show all the details in these glasses they don’t make enough metal frames like this anymore they need to start doing it more often

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