Aerodynamic engineering makes this speed specialist the ultimate eyewear for cycling, running and beyond. An open-edge brow maximizes the upper field of view, and our new Advancer nose bridge instantly opens airflow to combat fogging and overheating.
Exude a sense of confidence in Oakley® Low Key, an all-new women’s sunglass named for its subtly-sophisticated details. Equipped with features for everyday life, the classic, oversized square silhouette is so on-trend that it can top off any look – and the frame is so light you might even forget that you’re wearing it.
Designed with performance in mind, Sutro gives cyclists a bold and versatile look that they can confidently wear on and off the bike.
Oakley® Radar EV Advancer takes the proven performance innovations of Radar EV to the next level with a taller lens shape that creates a new design aesthetic and Oakley® Advancer technology, which is designed to keep you cool and fog free in the toughest conditions, so athletes can move confidently and seamlessly at any speed.
Turbine™ cranks up the active look with interchangeable icons plus inset zones of sure-grip Unobtainium™. Along with clean lines of comfortably lightweight OMatter™and a lens shape inspired by our popular Hijinx™ sunglass, its durability and performance would make a sport frame jealous.
Built with sport performance in mind, Targetline has an angled brow and sleek temples designed to fit well under a hat. The integrated side shields help combat backside glare, while the taller lens ensures uninterrupted downward vision, whether you’re swinging at the golf ball or finding your way through obstacles.
Oakley® Sylas is a classic frame with reliable features. Feel secure in this new style that goes above and beyond the standard with upgraded features for all-day wear, including a hat compatible design, lightweight frame and Prizm™ Lens Technology.
The ultimate eyewear for the waterman, this hat-compatible, high wrap frame with a detachable leash gives you a wide view of the world that’s designed to block glare.
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