As if it its limited edition color swatch needed any further explanation, the Oakley TDF Radar EVA Path Sunglasses encompass the true definition heritage, performance, and pinnacle design. These shades are equipped with stress-resistant Plutonite lenses that eliminate 100% of all harmful UV-rays, ensuring both your eyes and the sunglasses themselves operate at a high level for years to come. Additionally, the O-Matter frame provides paramount comfort without restricting your field of vision and ultimately encourages maximum airflow ventilation. And even in wet conditions (which do happen from time to time whether or not we all like it), these shades are made to stay put thanks to a comfortable Three-Point fit and Unobtanium nose and temple grip system that increases its adhesion under increasingly wet conditions. 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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