It's easy to tell which model of Oakley sunglasses you have!
Oakley uses both names and numbers to distinguish their different models. The names are more well-known to the general public and are often located on the inside arm of the sunglasses. The other information can be slightly hidden further down the temple arm. Even if you think you know which frame you have, it's good to double check the model information. This is because Oakley has frame models that have been around for years and undergone subtle changes along the way!
The older Oakley models have a format of NN-NNN. For example, in the picture above the model number is 03-365. You can also see the word "five" is embossed in the frame. If you have this frame, you may know it as the Oakley Fives 4.0 frame. This is all you need to get replacement lenses!
You also see the eye size is 54mm and the bridge size is 20mm, separated here by the Oakley "O" and not a square like other brands.
The newer Oakleys follow the format OONNNN or OXNNNN. A lot of people mistakenly read the start of the model number as zeroes, but the OO or OX is referring to the brand Oakley. The numbers following are the model number. For the frame Forehand you can see that the Oakley model number is OO9179. This is all you need to get replacement lenses! The 26 after the dash is actually the color code, it is not part of the model number. You can also see the eye and bridge size, as well as the temple length.
For the Servo XL frames, the name is actually located on the opposite temple arm than the model information, not pictured. The model number is OX1066.
The numbers after the dash are the color code (05) and the lens size is 57mm. This is typically how Oakley Rx frame model numbers are written. This particular frame does not have the bridge size, but it does show the temple length which is 145mm.
Our customer service team is happy to help you identify your frames! When you email us, please send a picture or type out all the information that is in the inside temple of your frame.
It may also be helpful to include pictures of the front and sides of your frame to help with verification. This is especially true for Oakley's, which often has multiple variations, or if the model information is worn down.