Aggressively sculpted with a two-toned frame of sturdy aluminum and feathery O-Matter material, the Oakley Two Face XL Sunglasses ensure optical clarity while standing up the abuse of active lifestyles. This boldly styled frame serves up a taller fit than the original Two Face, covering your eyes from bombardment of harsh sunlight in coastal locales and exposed environments. Because it's merely taller in lens height, it still fits medium to large faces like the original, but provides the more aggressive look you're seeking. Oakley's sunglasses are designed with High Definition Optics, which maximize visual acuity by preventing the lens distortion common with conventional lenses. This means you'll see everything in precise clarity without it being magnified or shifted, regardless if you're dropping into your backyard mini ramp or catching rays on the coast. The Plutonite lens keeps it exceptionally lightweight--all while filtering out 100% of harmful UVA, UVB, UVC, and 400nm blue visible light from damaging your eyes. This is especially important, as most sunglasses simply filter out UV rays, but fail to block high-energy blue visible light, which is thought to cause retina damage and macular degeneration. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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