In 1975, American scientific madman Jim Jannard started Oakley with $300. From the development of new motorcycle handles to highly technological optical sunglasses, Oakley has always been at the forefront of technology. Many extraordinary creative designs and new technology applications in Oakley glasses. The High Definition Optics technology invented by Oakley has clearer vision and 100% UV and glare isolation, while having strong impact resistance. Oakley waterproof lens coating has the function of eliminating static charges, does not absorb dust, and has an excellent protective layer against sweat, oil, and skin care products. Many high-performance advantages make Oakley glasses a standard for US special operations forces.
The packaging details of Oakley Holbrook glasses are shown in the picture above. Glasses, paper boxes, dust bags, instruction manuals and genuine warranty cards are standard, but not all glasses cases are available.
The packaging carton of Oakley Holbrook sunglasses has different printing patterns for different styles. Here, you must check whether the printing quality of the packaging box is clear and whether the brand logo and description match.
Packaging carton labels for Oakley Holbrook sunglasses. All boxes should have a white label on the side, with two different barcodes and detailed information such as the style and color model of the corresponding glasses. It should be noted that the detailed information should be consistent with the physical glasses and instructions.
Dust bag is the standard configuration of Oakley Holbrook sunglasses. Different sunglasses have different patterns, but the same is that the surface is smooth and the hand feels delicate. Note that the routing of the dust bag should be neat and delicate. The label should have Oakley’s oval O logo or HDO logo. Also, the embroidery logo should be clear and delicate, with correct patterns.
Fake Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses VS Real
1. Check the packaging and country of origin. All Oakley Holbrook sunglasses are made in the United States, so the box and information brochure should be stamped “Made in the United States”. The counterfeiter is obviously trying to imitate this, but you can usually tell from the pattern of the letters. And the consistency can be seen in both the box and the brochure. The suitcase has a zipper, which is made of a hard material similar to fabric but a combination of plastic and other materials.
2. Check the frame. Oakley frames have several distinctive features that guarantee creativity. The most important is the iconic “O” on all Oakley products.
Authentic Oakley Holbrook sunglasses have an “O” on the temples instead of etched or engraved inscriptions. Inside the arm, you can always find the SKU, which is the identification number of the frame (newer Oakley frames have a longer SKU, starting with a double “O” instead of zero).
After that, there are four numbers, a dash, and two other numbers-cross-reference it with the serial number on the box.
3. Check the nose pads and lenses. Check the rubber nose bridge. The real frame should feel soft and spongy, while the fake Oakleys feels hard and smooth.
The overall quality of the nose bridge may be a good way to prove authenticity. Oakley ads have etchings and inscriptions on the lenses, so you can tell if Oakley sunglasses have these features or spelling errors, and if they are fake.