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- Made in USA or Imported
- polycarbonate lens
- 4" high
- 5" wide
- Lens: Plutonite (polycarbonate)
- Polarized: yes, Prizm Trail
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See the trail ahead like you've never seen it before when you go for a ride in the Oakley Radarlock Prizm Sunglasses. They feature Prizm Trail polarized lenses, which display the world in crisper, more vivid colors in addition to eliminating glare. Switchlock technology allows you to switch lenses so you can keep up with changing conditions. Stress-resistant and subtly flexible O-Matter keeps the frame lightweight, yet durable. Hydrophilic Unobtanium nose and temple pads get tackier when wet so your shades don't slip when you're working up a sweat or get caught in a sudden downpour. Oakley's patented Three-Point fit eliminates painful pressure points while ensuring the lenses are in precise optical alignment so your vision is never distorted.
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00UOYEXSW
- Item model number: OO9181-42
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 31, 2013
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The lens is remarkably clear with no distortion, and the temples press with exactly the right amount of force. My wife, who has a smaller head than I, said they also fit her with the right amount of pressure. The nose bridge is also very comfortable and doesn't budge.
The package also includes a grey lens, and this mystifies me. The lens is as dark as the main lens, so when would I use it? I would have preferred a clear lens for night and a semi-tinted one for cloudy days.
The lock feature, which is used for changing lenses, isn't bad but it still requires a bit of fiddling to dislodge and re-engage a lens. Perhaps with enough practice it won't be bad, but the engineers might have another look at the design.
Overall these glasses are a nice bit of kit and are definitely a premium product.