Oakley Turbine Rotor Prizm Sunglasses

Oakley Turbine Rotor Prizm Sunglasses
Oakley Turbine Rotor Prizm Sunglasses
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Turbine Rotor Prizm Sunglasses by Oakley
Whether you're grinding out tough miles up mountainous passes on your bike or just relaxing on the beach, you'll enjoy the uninhibited vision and lightweight comfort of the Oakley Turbine Rotor Prizm Sunglasses. The single-piece lens design offers unrestricted viewing of the road ahead, and Prizm polarization eliminates glare while enhancing colors and contrast for a bright, crisp view. Unobtanium nose pads and ear socks get tackier the more you sweat, meaning your shades stay on better the harder you work. Lightweight and durable Plutonite lenses block out 100% of harmful UV light while offering undistorted optics. The incredibly light O-Matter frame is subtly flexible for enhanced comfort, and Oakley's patented Three-Point fit eliminates painful pressure points while holding the lenses in precise optical alignment. 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: OAK01AZ
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