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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. The two lenses are cut from a single toric shield and mounted precisely to maintain the original contour. Oakley's POLARIC ELLIPSOID technology ensures clarity at all angles of view, and optical precision meets ANSI Z80.3 standards. Jacketed with UNOBTAINIUM® to increase grip with sweat, the sleek stems are part of a comfortable Three-Point Fit that gets a dose of dimension with icons that integrate with the hinges. Numerous lens/frame color combinations are available for CROSSHAIR 2.0, and all lenses are crafted from pure PLUTONITE® to optimize impact resistance and filter out 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400nm. HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS® (HDO®) is a standard feature. Key Features:.FRAME: Ultra-lightweight hi-modulus C-5 metal frame material Patented hydrophilic UNOBTAINIUM® earsocks ensure a snug, secure fit Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment Integrated Metal Icon Accents.Ultra-lightweight hi-modulus C-5 metal frame material.Patented hydrophilic UNOBTAINIUM® earsocks ensure a snug, secure fit.Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment.Integrated Metal Icon Accents.See all Product Description
I love Them! They make me look more like a "VILLAIN' than I already did!Published 8 days ago by Joey Poynter
Tough glasses!! I've sat on them, dropped them, and stepped on them, scratched them on concrete while working on my car but they are still intact, and comfortable!!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by sloan Eisenbart
I now prefer these to my old pair of Oakley inmates .. the weight is better balanced and they are incredibly comfortable and well built. My new favorite.Published 1 month ago by R L Clark
it was great til i sat on it. now it feels weird and doesnt sit right, but that's my fault. i also dont like the twist in Tigs character but again, that has nothing to do with... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ISS