Monday, August 24, 2009
Oakley C Six
Carved from a single block of Carbon Fiber at motorsport specialist Crosby Composites in England, the Oakley C Six is the flagship of their elite collection which highlights the best of the best of what Oakley's design labs have to offer.
The build process of the C Six involves 96 man hours of work on a block of carbon fiber that is CNC (computer numerically controlled) milled and is then matched with a "beta titanium spine" to add the necessary flex in the earstem for fit and comfort.
Only 250 examples of the C Six will be made and will also be complemented by an aluminum model which you can view after the jump.
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