The Oakley Drop Point Prizm Polarized Sunglasses are at home on mountain bike trails to brewpub patios. Their high-wrap design, grippy Unobtanium nose pads, and lightweight-yet-tough O Matter frame handle active pursuits, while rectangular lens shapes add a classic touch. Polarized lenses with Prizm Daily technology not only eliminate glare, but they also enhance colors and contrast for a sharper, brighter view of the world when you're riding your road bike or hanging out in the backyard. Impact-resistant Plutonite lenses block out harmful UV light, and the lightweight frame is subtly flexible for enhanced comfort. Oakley's patented Three-Point Fit eliminates painful pressure points while holding the lenses in precise optical alignment for undistorted vision. 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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