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This flashback flows with fluid contours that put a fresh spin on a classic teardrop shape. Sculptural detailing lays down distinction in a durable frame of lightweight C-5™ alloy, and Crosshair® carries Unobtainium® components to keep a grip on comfort. This is how yesteryear hits the forefront of style, and the vintage flavor is seasoned with premium optical technologies. Metal frames with teardrop lenses are time-honored designs. When Oakley created Crosshair, they respected the classics but added more than a few modern innovations in performance, comfort and protection. Oakley started off with C-5, an alloy of five metal compounds that team up to optimize durability while minimizing weight. The result is contemporary detailing that sets this frame apart while paying homage to iconic style. A raked-back contour of 8.75 base lens curvature opens your peripheral view. With the patented innovations of High Definition Optics® (HDO®), that view is razor sharp – all the way across the lens contour. You can get optional Iridium® lens coatings that balance light transmission, or even the premium HDPolarized lenses are available for Crosshair. All lenses are made of pure Plutonite® to filter out every harmful ray the skies throw down, including UVA, UVB and UVC.
Crosshair HDO is a combination of technologies and patented innovations that give you clearer, sharper, and more accurate vision. HDO virtually eliminates distortion common in high-wrapped sunglasses.
Crosshair Plutonite filters out 100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light up to 400nm.
Crosshair lenses are tested under extreme circumstances to guarantee superior portection against objects at varying speeds that no other lens offers.
Oakley has sought out the best materials to design and engineer all frames to provide the ultimate in performance, comfort, and design.
Classic meets contemporary in CROSSHAIR 2.0, the latest rendition of a lightweight C-5 alloy metal frame that merges classic aviator design with a contemporary lens shape and subtle sculptural details. HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS (HDO) is a standard feature, and you can choose Oakley HDPolarized lenses that match unbeatable performance with greater than 99% glare-cutting efficiency. You can get CROSSHAIR 2.0 with corrective lenses (+2.00 through -3.00 combined power), and many options are available with Oakley Authentic Prescription Lenses.
Although I'm a fan of Oakley products, I'm a bit disappointed with this pair of sunglasses.
Even though it does not feel cheap in the hand, the frame cracks and squeaks... Read more
I bought these sunglasses for $112. I love the fit, They are light in weight and offer a protection to the eye from the side as well. Can stand a rough and tough handling. Read morePublished 21 days ago by SD
Fantastic quality and incredible lens clarity. These sunglasses are the highest quality sunglasses I own. They look great and they are very well designed overall. Read morePublished 23 days ago by John G. Svinos
Cool as all my Oakley's have been... Bigger than I expected but I got used to it. I pretty much stick to Oakley's and will probably get another pair if I break or lose these.Published 24 days ago by richandfamous
Not much to say, its from oakley and worth every penny. just make sure it fits you before buying online.Published 1 month ago by Sandeep Thumma
Curves around the contours of my face nicely.
Metal frame is a little heavier than the plastic or nano wire Oakley styles.
Rubber grips prevent sliding.
good quality product I recommend, can buy you will not regret it. tested and approved.
very day to day use
Amazon sent me a used case with these glasses and a ripped box.The soft bag that comes with it was in worse shape than the ones I had for both pairs of my previous oakleys, all... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tyrell19
These frames are sick!!! They look cool and the lens clarity is amazing.. yes buy them if you are considering a street wear metal frame. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joel Day