Oakley Radar EV XS Prizm Sunglasses - Kids'

Oakley Radar EV XS Prizm Sunglasses - Kids'
Oakley Radar EV XS Prizm Sunglasses - Kids'
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Radar EV XS Prizm Sunglasses - Kids' by Oakley
Junior has big dreams, and you're keen to make sure they fulfill them. Thanks to the Oakley Kids' Radar EV XS Prizm Sunglasses, your grom's able to cruise, cycle, and run with unencumbered clarity. The Radar EV XS Prizm lenses feature the same performance as the adult version with a slightly smaller silhouette to fit pint-sized faces. HDO lenses provide optical clarity in the face of sunny and varied conditions alike, while the Prizm lens technology enhances color contrast, controls light transmission, and enhances visibility. Furthermore, the shield design ensures full-spectrum protection, making the Radar ideal for activities that require an unobstructed field of vision. Additionally, the Three-Point Fit won't pinch or cause hot spots, and the Unobtainium nose and temple pads keep the shades secure on Junior's face.

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