Oakley Flak XS Prizm Sunglasses

Oakley Flak XS Prizm Sunglasses
Oakley Flak XS Prizm Sunglasses
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Flak XS Prizm Sunglasses by Oakley
Protect your young explorer's eyes on sunny days with the Oakley Flak XS Prizm Sunglasses. Designed for athletic pursuits and young faces, these sunglasses are perfect for after-school sports, family hikes, and all around adventuring. They feature unobtainium nosepads and earsocks for all-day comfort and a no-slip grip, so your budding adventurer can run, climb, and jump as much as they please without their glasses taking a dive. Prizm lenses offer the same shading and eye protection you'd expect from Oakley, while also boosting color and contrast, giving you a rich and well-defined picture that'll help them get the most out of the new places they explore.

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SKU: OAK01TA
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