Oakley Polarized Radar Path

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Description of Oakley Radar Path Sunglasses - Jet Black Black Iridium Polarized The most demanding sport professionals in the world have fueled 30 years of Oakley innovation. Athletes have won more championships and medals with our eyewear than with any other single sport product on earth. The heritage continues with Oakley RADAR, a milestone in performance technology.The lens in this polarized edition of RADAR is engineered to block the blinding rays of glare that are magnified by flat surfaces such as snow, water and pavement. Oakley uses a liquid infusion process to eliminate the haze and distortion found with ordinary polarized lenses. Optimized with Oakley polarization, RADAR offers the best performance on the planet.MAINTAINS SHARP, CLEAR VISIONRADAR features Oakley HYDROPHOBIC, a permanent lens coating that prevents rain and sweat from building up on the lens. It also repels skin oils and other contaminates, so the lens is smudge resistant and easy to keep clean. It even eliminates static electricity, so dirt and dust particles wont cling.STAYS AHEAD OF THE SUNRADAR lets you change lenses in seconds to optimize vision in any sport environment. Many performance lens colors are available, and all lenses feature the unbeatable clarity of Oakleys HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS HDO.OFFERS A SECURE, CUSTOM FITChoose the nosepiece that gives you the best fit two sizes are included with every frame. Like the stem sleeves, theyre made of UNOBTAINIUM to increase grip with perspiration. Oakleys Three-Point Fit optimizes comfort and holds the lenses in precise optical alignment for superior clarity.OPTIMIZES COMFORT, PROTECTION AND CLARITYRADAR is made of lightweight O MATTER for all-day comfort. To keep the heat of competition from swamping you with sweat, the frame geometry creates a cooling flow of air. Pure PLUTONITE lens material filters out 100 of all UV, and RADAR meets ANSI Z87.1 standards for impact protection. The semi-rimless design means theres no frame rim to block downward view. Optical clarity exceeds all ANSI Z87.1 standards, and patented POLARIC ELLIPSOID geometry extends razor-sharp vision all the way to the lens periphery.The polarized edition of RADAR is available in RANGE, PITCH or PATH lens shape. The frame is also available with non-polarized lenses, and in arrays that include two lens colors and a case to transport the full set.Case included.

- US Outdoor Store

Oakley's new incarnation, the Radar Path polarized sunglasses, is a milestone in performance! Polarized lenses reduce 99% of visible glare from water, snow, sand and pavement for increased visual acuity and decreased eye strain. Optically correct, shatterproof and scratch-resistant Plutonite(R) polycarbonate lenses enhance durability. Oakley Hydrophobic permanent lens coating prevents sweat and rain from building up and repels skin oils keeping your vision clear. The patented XYZ Optics(R) maximize your peripheral vision while retaining critical clarity at all angles of your field of vision. Reflective Iridium(R) coating enhances optical clarity and contrast, and reduces glare in varying light conditions. O Matter(R) nylon frames are lightweight, stress resistant and flexible for long-term wear. Semi-rimless design allows unfettered vision when looking down-much appreciated by runners and cyclists. Unobtainium(R) nosepiece and stems are made from hydrophilic rubber which becomes tackier as you perspire, holding eyewear in place. Two sizes of interchangeable nosepieces are included to give you the best fit and performance. Protective case included.

- REI

The Radar series won the 2007 Outside Magazine Gear of the Year Award for performance sunglasses.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Oakley Polarized Radar Path

MSRP:
$260.00

The Oakley Polarized Radar Path is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 4, 2011 at REI.

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