See the road ahead like never before with the incredibly aerodynamic Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Sunglasses. Whether you're cycling, running, or just trying to stay fast in the outdoors, these speed shades keep you at the front of the pack with optimal visual acuity thanks to the groundbreaking Prizm lenses. Prizm technology works by controlling light transmission and finely tuning the colors to match your environment, resulting in sharper optical acuity and increased vividness of the details around you. Keeping your view clear, Oakley implemented an open-brow design to maximize your upper field of vision without any obstruction as you make a move for the lead. An Advancer nosebridge then positions the frame to block light while still promoting airflow to clear out fog and excess heat. Oakley staples such as the Three-Point fit and no-slip Unobtanium nose and temple pads ensure a comfortable, snug fit that keeps these sunglasses in place, even when wet, while the interchangeable temple lengths help you stay safe by accommodating different helmet sizes. When the race is over, wipe down these shades with the included microfiber bag and stash them safely away until you need them next.
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