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Oakley® SI Ballistic Shooting Glasses HOLBROOK Gadsen Dark Grey - Black Iridium

Manufacturer: Oakley®

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Product no.: 1087
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165.99 USD

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Full Specifications



  • Frame color: Matte Dark Gray
  • Lens color: Black Iridium
  • Fit: Standard
  • Product Color: Matte Dark Gray
  • Product Code: OO9102-D555



  • Light Transmission: 11%
  • Light Conditions: Bright Light
  • Contrast: Neutral
  • Base Lens Color: Grey


  • Plutonite® Lenses offer top UV Protection filtering 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400nm
  • Patented High Definition Optics® (HDO®) provides superior optical clarity and razor-sharp vision at every angle
  • O-Matter™ stress-resistant frame material is both lightweight and durable for all-day comfort and protection
  • ballistic fragmentation impact standards of MIL PRF-31013


Special edition American Heritage:

This nation was built on the heroism of those who refused to bend under the oppression of tyranny and injustice. We created the American Heritage Collection to commemorate their bravery, and to honor those who gave their lives. Each eyewear design is enhanced with highlights from the flag of a specific historical battle.

Gadsden eyewear is accented with the snake of its namesake flag, a proud emblem that carried the words “DON’T TREAD ON ME.”




All Oakley lenses offer HDO® Technology with the following benefits:

  • Clarity: Conventional lenses can magnify images. HDO® precision gives less distorted vision across the entire field of view.
  • Refraction: With regular lenses, objects aren’t really where you see them. HDO® offers a truer visual image so your brain won’t have to work overtime.
  • UV Protection: All Oakley lenses block 100% of UVA, UVB & UVC rays and harmful blue light up to 400 nm.

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