How to Change the Lenses in Oakley Glasses

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When the lenses on your Oakley glasses get scratched, cracked or chipped, trying to look through them can give you a headache. No matter what type of Oakley glasses you have, you can easily replace the lenses in minutes without snapping the glasses in half.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

    Changing the Lenses on the Oakley Flak Jacket, Half Jacket, O ROKR and Thump Pro

  1. 1

    Hold the glasses with one thumb centred on the brow bridge. This is the bending point that will allow you to pull out the lenses.

  2. 2

    Grip one of the lenses with your other hand.

  3. 3

    Apply pressure on the brow bridge with your thumb and pull the lens toward the bridge and down to remove it.

  4. 4

    Push the new lens into the groove and slide it into place.

  5. 5

    Perform Steps 1 through 4 to replace the second lens.

    Changing the Lenses for the Oakley Jawbone and Split Jacket Glasses

  1. 1

    Turn one of the nose pads up.

  2. 2

    Pull the lower lens retainer down, as if you're opening a jaw. That's how the Jawbone glasses got their name.

  3. 3

    Slide the lens out of the glasses.

  4. 4

    Slide the new lens into the glasses.

  5. 5

    Perform Steps 1 through 4 to replace the second lens.

    Changing the Lens on the Oakley M Frame, Pro M Frame

  1. 1

    Hold the glasses with the front facing you.

  2. 2

    Press the nose pad away from you and then press the nose pad toward the brow bridge.

  3. 3

    Pull the lenses straight down from the brow bridge. Both lenses come together in one unit, so you only need to replace the one unit, not each individual lens.

  4. 4

    Press the replacement lenses into the groove in the brow bridge.

  5. 5

    Pull the nose pad down and fit it onto the bottom of the lenses.

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