- Made in US
- - closure
- Plastic frame
- Plastic lens
- Non-Polarized Iridium
- UV Protection Coating coating
- Lens width: 56 millimeters
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Versatility personified, you can run, bike and cycle with the Oakley Sliver Stealth Sunglasses. Oakley Sliver Stealth rectangular sunglasses feature a sleek, lightweight O Matter frame with a keyhole nose bridge and are designed to fit a small to medium face with maximum coverage. Oakley's three-point fit system provides a snug fit that hugs your face for all day comfort. Each pair of Silver sunglasses sport Oakley's famous Plutonite lenses that block 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400mm as well as a three-point fit system designed for comfort and everyday wear.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item Weight : 0.8 Ounces
- Item model number : 0OO9408
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : April 2, 2018
- Manufacturer : Oakley
- ASIN : B0814FR2NK
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Some have commented on the thin material of the frame... its true, it is super lightweight which I suppose makes it feel less premium, but it still clearly is a quality product AND the weight is dramatically down compared to again a set like the Fives Squared which is the same size. These also come with and take replacement Prizm lenses while some the older models have been left behind on the technology.
I'm just happy Oakley has acknowledged that people with narrow and smaller faces exist and have begun providing updated options for us to choose from. Very recommended. Only dings are of course they are overpriced as all sunglasses are in a Luxottica monopoly world (they own pretty much every single sunglass company, RayBand, Oakley, all of them...) and while super comfortable the comfort and fit for action supports would be better if they added some of their non-slip material to the frame.
I have no idea how the lenses will hold up (I just got them yesterday) but I am not encouraged.