Oakley Radar Path Accessory Lenses

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One of the many beauties of the Oakley Radar is the ease with which you can swap out its lenses. Oakley makes the perfect lens for any light condition, so by owning a few sets of lenses you'll be ready for any circumstance. Removing an Oakley Radar lens is a piece of cake: With two fingers carefully pinch the nose bridge tabs inward. Then push the nose bridge towards the top of the sunglasses until the lens releases from the top. You can then pull the lens down and out. Installing the lens is even easier: Just insert the tab on the right side so it's fully seated. Arc the lens outward slightly to insert the left lens tab. Then pull the top of the frame over the top of the lens while pushing the lens inward with both thumbs. When the frame is completely over the top of the lens, push the nose bridge forward so it snaps into place. Simple as can be. One additional note: No matter what size Radar lens you current own (Path, Pitch, or Range), you can swap your current lens out for any other size. We only offer the Path size lens because we believe it is large enough to protect the eyes while being small enough so it doesn't overheat the head and seal the eyes off from the world. And overly big glasses fog up too easily. For those who are familiar with M-Frame lenses, this is kind of between the Hybrid and the Sweep. The Clear lens is an ideal choice for night riding, or a race in a downpour, or riding in otherwise dim-and-dismal conditions and you're not so much worried about blocking light as you are protecting your beloved eyeballs. If you've spent only 5 minutes of your life on a group ride, one truth has already been made clear to you: Debris flying around at head level is a fact of life when you ride with others. Neglecting to wear glasses makes about as much sense as leaving your helmet in the car. The Black Iridium lens is a superb choice for the spring and summertime. It transmits only 10% of the available light to your eyes, making it ideal for bright, sunny...

- Backcountry.com

The lowest profile shape for the Radar Frame, the Oakley Radar Path Replacement Lens option gives you optimal clear sport vision. One thing that is for certain, light changes. With a host of alternatives, you can switch out in a flash your standard Oakley Radar Path Replacement Lens for a clear or yellow in challenged light, or insert a mirrored IRIDIUM in black or ruby for high intensity conditions. Whatever the circumstance, the lighter or darker Plutonite replacement lens blocks 100% UVA, UVB and UVC rays, and meets the ANSI Z87.1 standards for high mass and high velocity impact resistance. HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS (HDO) maximizes clarity with a geometry that maintains razor-sharp vision. A permanent HYDROPHOBIC lens coating creates a smudge-resistant barrier that repels water, skin oils and dust to maintain clarity.

- Altrec Outdoors

Specifically for your Radar Path sunglasses, these Oakley replacement lens options add another dimension of use to your sunglasses. Optically correct, shatterproof and scratch-resistant Plutonite(R) polycarbonate lenses enhance durability. Clear lens is suitable for very low to no-light conditions. Persimmon lens is suitable for flat to low light. High Intensity Persimmon lens is suitable for flat to low light and features an Iridium(R) coating to reduce glare and balance light transmission. Black Iridium lens is suitable for extremely bright light; Iridium coating reduces glare and balances light transmission.

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