Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses

Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses
Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses
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EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses by Oakley
Offering a smooth alternative to the angular, aggressive shapes of most performance sunglasses, the Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses offer serious riding and striding function without looking overly sporty. Suited for small-to-medium faces, these sunglasses offer ultralight comfort and unobstructed views thanks to their rimless, single-lens design. Prizm lens technlogy enhances contrast and makes colors pop for a more vivid view of your surroundings. A sporty wrap keeps wind from drying out your eyes during high-speed cycling descents and windy runs, and Unobtanium nose and ear pads keep your shades firmly (and comfortably) glued to your face. 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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SKU: OAK01GS
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