Oakley Split Shot Prizm Sunglasses

Oakley Split Shot Prizm Sunglasses
Oakley Split Shot Prizm Sunglasses
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Split Shot Prizm Sunglasses by Oakley
Oakley's Split Shot Prizm Sunglasses are designed with the water-oriented outdoorsperson in mind. They come with a detachable leash so you can always have them hanging close without worrying about dropping them off the dock, the boat, or into the river when you're wading. A no-slip nosepad becomes more grippy with sweat, ensuring that they'll always stay securely on your face. The lenses will keep your eyes safe from harmful UVA and UVB rays, and block some blue light, and won't compromise your vision thanks to Oakley's Prizm lenses, which actually enhance color and detail for a better viewing experience. The lenses are glare-reducing, too, so you'll be able to see even the sun is glinting off the water, and feature high impact-resistance to withstand your everyday adventures.

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SKU: OAK01TM
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