Oakley takes extreme to another extreme in developing the C Six. Made of extreme materials, the way those materials are used are nothing short of extreme in itself. While carbon fiber is usually molded into a cast, the C Six is made of a solid, 40-layer hunk of carbon fiber that’s CNC-machined to get the shape of the frame. Beta titanium is then added to the stem to provide the flexibility. Oakley is known for its lenses so the ones that they put in the C Six should also be the best that they have manufactured to date. The sheer amount of labor involved in the production of the C Six means that only 250 samples will be made. $4,000.
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