i have sceen this done with crowbars and aframes but they both have a different frame material then the I/O and my I/O's almost have a grippie finish to them so try it out if you really want to take the risk of having weird looking goggles hah good luck
I have done this. The I/O frame, and buckle material is actually a bit more porous than the shiny finish of Oakleys. So the I/O dyes REALLY good.
I made a combo with white frames, and green outriggers/straps. But this left me with some bastard colors left over for my other gogg's. I dyed them all black and they look pretty mean. Strap and all.
Pay special attention to the latches on the top of the frame, they are a harder plastic, and take a lot more time to soak up the color. Also don't get to out of hand with the heat, mine warped a tiny amount, and took a little extra effort to close again
I am thinking about dying just the strap of my i/o's. What type of dye would I use and how would I do it?
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I was pretty pleased with how well they took color. I've dyed a lot of paintball goggles, and delrin items. These were up there with how well they took color. Make sure you rinse them well with cold water when all is said and done. You don't want to look like a raccoon after you wear hem for the first time.