Oakley Radar EV Path Prizm Polarized Sunglasses

Oakley Radar EV Path Prizm Polarized Sunglasses
Oakley Radar EV Path Prizm Polarized Sunglasses
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Radar EV Path Prizm Polarized Sunglasses by Oakley
Race out to an early lead with the Oakley Radar EV Path Prizm Polarized Sunglasses. Designed to satisfy your need for speed, these sporty shades feature a huge, semi-rimless lens with a high-coverage wrap to offer unimpeded vision and complete protection. Polarized lenses eliminate glare reflecting off the road, and Prizm technology enhances contrast for a crisper, clearer view of what's ahead. the lens is also interchangeable (additional lenses sold separately) so you can adapt to changing conditions. The strong, yet light and flexible O Matter frame provides a comfortable fit, and Unobtanium nose and ear pads prevent your sunglasses from slipping when you work up a serious sweat. Whether you're running through city streets or pedaling over mountain roads, count on these sunglasses to deliver the comfort, vision, and protection you need.

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SKU: OAK01M8
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