Oakley Radar Path Sunglasses
Oakley pioneered single-lens sports eyewear way back when in 1983, but they haven't released a markedly new cycling-focused design since 1990. Yes, the M-Frames were futuristic back then, but the style has been kind of ho-hum for years. It's still iconic, but is now conservative, when Oakley made its name being cutting-edge. Like the M-Frame, the Radar a single-lens sunglass that is light, fits well, and has interchangeable lenses with great optics. But it does the old M's one up by employing a new hydrophobic coating on the lens. This coating makes it easier to see what's up the road when water hits the lens, as it just beads up and rolls off; the coating also makes it easier for dirt to come off, and harder for smudges to be seen because it's also oleophobic. The coating is transparent and permanent. Another improvement over the old M is the nosepiece system. It's better in two ways. In terms of fit, Radars come with two nosepieces. One will fit better than the other; the come in different widths. This means it will sit properly on the schnoz, and neither pinch it nor sit so loose as to slide down. The second, more functional, improvement is that the nosepiece attaches to the rest of the frame. Oakley found that to meet military safety standards, the venerated M needed some decidedly garage tinkering. The new nosepiece attachment improves impact protection; it meets ANSI Z87. 1 standard for both high mass and high-velocity impact resistance. And then there are the surge ports. These are the holes molded into the arms. The ports direct air inside the arms so heat and sweat don't build up behind the sunglasses and arms. And unlike certain models of the M-Frame, the arms of the Radar fold. The lens is large in a modern, high-fashion way without being too big. We prefer the Path lens because we believe it is large enough to protect the eyes while being small enough so it doesn't overheat the head and seal the eyes off from the world. Overly big glasses fog u...
Oakley 's 'Frogskins' lenses are an iconic eyewear choice - comprising a classic square frame and polarised, mirrored lenses. Not only does this pair look good, but they're designed to balance light transmission and reduce glare, so you can have total clarity of vision at all times. Opaque acetate square-frame sunglasses Polarised lenses, brand print Comes with cloth pouch 100% UV protection
The Radarlock is Oakley 's ultimate sport performance product, designed to be worn with a wide array of lenses. The brand utilise Switchlock? technology to ensure lens changing is fast and hassle-free, meaning you can adapt your vision accordingly to time and location. On top of this, the frame is supremely lightweight and comfortable. Interchangeable nose pads mean the fit can be customised to personal use and the earsocks are made out of Unobtainium® which increases grip when you sweat. This pair is presented in a Soft Vault case complete with a spare set of lenses, one for bright days and one for low-light conditions. Black acetate sunglasses White rubber panelling on arms, green print, two sizes of interchangeable nose pads, interchangeable lenses Comes with cloth pouch and Soft Vault case 100% UV protection
Designed with running in mind, these Oakley sunglasses are unbelievably lightweight yet robust with an arm construction that is made to stay secure on the head in motion. The lenses have been expertly developed and engineered to reduce 99% of glare while improving depth perception and contrast. The bold colour and slick finish cements a stylish sportswear choice. Black acetate sunglasses Iridescent polarised lenses, red rubber trims at flexible arms Comes with cloth pouch 100% UV protection
Oakley Switchlock (TM) O Matter (R) lightweight & resistant frames Surge ports in frame for air flow Unobtainium (R) nose pad and ear socks Interchangeable nose pads Three-Point fit Metal logo details Clear / Black Iridium Photochromic lenses
The Oakley Polarized Frogskins Sunglasses cut down some of the glare off your neon-green track jacket. Innocent bystanders, however, will have to fend for themselves. High Definition Optics maintains clarity at distancesOakley bonds the glare-protection technology at a molecular level so it won't wear offHydrophobic technology on lenses repels water, sweat, and oil
Oakley Frogskins Polarized Sunglasses $170 $96–160
Overall Product Rating
Melanie O'Kane - Review from Amazon.com
Great Shades!I am a woman who purchased these to wear while playing softball. The field I play on, on Sunday, keeps the sun directly at eye level and I needed a good pair of sunglasses to combat that. As an infielder, I cannot afford to "not see" the ball when it's coming at me.These sunglasses work very well for that purpose and they stay on my face despite the sweat and movement.The only downside is that they seem to fit a bit small. They squeeze my head in a way that, sometimes, it makes the sunglasses not rest nicely on my nose.
InkedUpArtist - Review from Amazon.com
A little snugThey seem a little snug but they're worth it because of the way they look...super cool! Great color combination and they make a great statement!
Healthy Smile - Review from Amazon.com
Real QualityOakleys are Quality Product. It is deceiving because they are light, giving an impression of being "less or cheap or flimsy." The truth is they are TOUGH, optically clear and scratch resistant. Alas, I'm thinking the outrageous price is padded a little. Yeah, free enterprise and all that... BUT.
Amber - Review from Amazon.com
Great GlassesI wasn't expecting this glasses to be as amazing as they are. Great fit. The picture shoes a kind of pinkish frame but keep in mind the actual glasses are a deep red (Which I knew before purchasing) when the sun hits the lenses the color is great and woooo I just love these sunglasses
Stan Smith - Review from Amazon.com
Love these!I have been wanting some Oakley's of this style for a long time but I didn't wanna spend the $200. I have to say they are worth it! I have had plenty of lesser shades but I am a believer in Oakley now. I am gonna start looking around for replacement lenses!
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