Oakley Drop Point Sunglasses

Oakley Drop Point Sunglasses
Oakley Drop Point Sunglasses
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Drop Point Sunglasses by Oakley
Built to keep up with your adventurous lifestyle, the Oakley Drop Point Sunglasses offer active performance that's ready for all-day mountain bike rides, slot canyon explorations, and rounds on the golf course, and they are still stylish enough to wear on the town afterwards. Their high-wrap design, grippy Unobtanium nose pads, and lightweight-yet-tough O Matter handle active pursuits, while a rectangular lens shape adds a classic touch.

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SKU: OAK01IO
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