Oakley Crossrange R Prizm Sunglasses

Oakley Crossrange R Prizm Sunglasses
Oakley Crossrange R Prizm Sunglasses
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Crossrange R Prizm Sunglasses by Oakley
Designed to transition between active pursuits and mellow hang-outs alike, the Oakley Crossrange R Prizm Sunglasses provide rest-assured style and coverage. To differentiate itself from the rest of the Crossrange series, this pair of shades features a round silhouette for a classic look and feel, while the O-Matter frame is lightweight and impact-resistant for enhanced performance and comfort. Additionally, the Plutonite lenses are complemented by Oakley's Prizm technology for equal parts UV protection, optical clarity, and enhanced color contrast. And, not to mention, the Crossrange R is outfitted with interchangeable Unobtainium temple arms for a no-slip grip. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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