Oakley, Inc., based in Foothill Ranch, California, is a subsidiary of an Italian company Luxottica, that designs, develops and manufactures sports performance equipment and lifestyle pieces including sunglasses, sports visors, ski/snowboard goggles, watches, apparel, backpacks, shoes, optical frames, football visors, golf gear and other accessories.

Oakley is a major sponsor of top athletes from Golf, Baseball, Snow, Motocross and the Olympics.Most items are designed in house at their head office, but some countries hold exclusive designs relevant to their market. Oakley currently holds more than 600 patents for eyewear, materials, and performance gear

Today, they are a leading sports and lifestyle brand. Featuring not only eyewear but footwear, shoes, sandals, backpacks, training gear, athletic gear and casual wear.

Oakley was started by James Jannard in 1975 out of his garage with an initial investment of $300. The name "Oakley" came from Jim's English Setter, "Oakley Anne." Jannard began by selling what he called 'The Oakley Grip' out of the back of his car at motocross events. His motorcycle grips were unlike other grips available at the time, using a patented material known as 'Unobtainium'('Unobtanium'), a unique creation by Jannard.

The material is still used to make the earsocks on Oakley glasses, and many of the nose pieces and now the bands of their watches. Oakley went on to produce number plates, gloves, grips, elbow guards, chin guards, and goggles for the BMX and motocross communities.

In 1980, Jannard released a pair of goggles called the O-Frame. With the 'Oakley' logo present on the strap, the brand garnered increasing recognition and prominence throughout the sports industry. In 1983 Oakley began selling ski goggles.

The first Oakley sunglasses; Factory Pilot Eyeshades, were sport-oriented, resembling goggles and were released in 1984. These were followed in 1985 by the Oakley Frogskin, a casual sunglass style that was made in Japan.

The company went public in 1995, raising $230 million. In 2016 dollars, that would be approximately $360,000.00

In early 1996, Oakley had a pricing dispute with Italian company Luxottica, the world's largest eyewear manufacturers and retailers. Luxottica stopped carrying Oakley's products in their stores, including Sunglass Hut, and Oakley's stock market value declined 33%. Ironically, Luxottica today is Oakley's parent company. This dispute was later settled.

In 2001, Oakley bought Iacon, Inc., operator of mall-based sunglasses stores Sunglass Designs, Sporting Eyes, and Occhiali da Sole.

Oakley signed a four-year agreement to manufacture eyewear designed by themselves and Fox Racing in September 2004. Today, Fox manufacturer's their own sunglasses and goggles.

Starting in 2004, Jannard bought large quantities of Oakley stock: $2 million in 2004, $16 million in 2005, and $4.6 million in early 2006, bringing his personal stake in the company to 63%.

In 2006, Oakley acquired the Oliver Peoples group, a manufacturer of high-end fashion branded eyewear (under the Oliver Peoples, Mosley Tribes, and Paul Smith brands) for $55.7m, and Optical Shop of Aspen, a luxury eyewear retailer with fourteen stores.

On June 21, 2007, Luxottica announced a plan to purchase Oakley in a cash deal worth $2.1 billion, paying a 16% premium over the extant share price. The deal was completed on November 15, 2007, making Oakley part of a portfolio that includes brands such as Louis Vuitton, Ray-Ban, Persol, and Vogue.

During the preparations for the ultimately successful rescue of thirty three miners trapped for ten weeks in a Chilean mine in October 2010, a journalist covering the story contacted Oakley about donating sunglasses to the rescue effort, aware that the miners would need eye protection after having spent weeks in darkness. Oakley donated 35 pairs of its Radar sports glasses, fitted with specially selected tints.

Oakley was once the US Distributor for Arnette, Ray-Ban, and Revo.

Oakley sponsored members of the US Olympic Team in 2012.

In August 2013, Oakley sold its REVO brand to Sequential Brands for $20m.

In 2015, Oakley discontinued their Arnette line. Arnettte continues to be distributed by Luxottica in Europe and South America.

Today, Oakley is a leading sunglass and goggle manufacturer and sport brand.

Most of Oakley's technological designs, fashion pieces, gear, etc. were developed with extensive athlete input and testing in the field – including extreme conditions. Oakley also maintains US Standard Issue, which provides U.S. military and law enforcement eye protection. Oakley M Frame sunglasses are included as part of the U.S. Army's Authorized Protective Eyewear List (APEL), and have been assigned a NSN number for ordering through military supply channels. The company has also built at least one 'golf hovercraft', intended as an all terrain replacement for conventional golf carts, in partnership with the professional golfer, Bubba Watson.

Oakley has been affiliated with top sports athletes such as Michael Jordan.

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Uncompromised Clarity for Razor Sharp Focus

Oakley High Definition Optics® (HDO®) lenses optimize safety and performance to meet the uncompromising demands of professional athletes who settle for nothing less than the clearest, sharpest, most accurate vision. It offers truer, more accurate vision versus conventional lenses that magnify images and make objects appear shifted from their true position. With HDO, Oakley lenses meet or exceed the testing standards of the American National Standards Institute (the yardstick of performance for the eyewear industry).

The Clarity Test measures the sharpness of images viewed through the lens. The Refractive Power Test measures how inferior lenses distort vision by magnifying images, and the Prism Test measures how the lenses bend light and make objects appear shifted from their true position. These tests show how conventional lenses can compromise your vision.

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Glare Protection with Uncompromised Clarity

A headache from glare can ruin your day. Golfers have to deal with the performance-killing distraction of glare from water hazards, bunkers and flat areas. Fishing sessions can be futile when blinding rays bounce off water and hide the keepers. Driving in glare can be risky, and road cyclists know how glare can hide potholes and other dangers. Any skier or snowboarder can tell you how glare distracts, diminishes mental focus and drains energy with tension. We developed HDPolarized lenses for elite athletes but our technology serves everyone. Because glare doesn’t care if you’re a sport champion, weekend warrior or just someone who enjoys the sun.


Polarized lenses filter out most glare, but not all polarized lenses are made equally. The best polarized lens is just that – one lens. Oakley HDPolarized Technology eliminates the need for glues and films that distort your vision.

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Our HDPolarized lenses are in a class by themselves. We use a precise infusion molding process to produce one comprehensive, single-layered lens. No glue, no sandwiching, no mustard or mayo. Just the clearest Polarized lens you can find.

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Both lenses in a single pair of Oakley sunglasses are manufactured at the same time to perfectly align and center the axis of polarization. Doing so prevents unwanted and distractive glare from sneaking through any part of the lens.

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Competitor lenses are manufactured at different times without precise alignment of the axis of polarization. These mismatched pairs result in compromised glare protection and clarity, putting you at greater risk of eye strain, headaches, and the rear bumper of an F250.

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This Level of Testing is Absolutely Unnecessary

Oakley lenses are tested under extreme circumstances to guarantee uncompromising protection against high-mass and high-velocity impact that no other lens offers. We go beyond in precision, dedication and creativity to serve world-class athletes and progressive lifestyle consumers. Our products and technologies don’t just provide unmatched performance and quality, they completely redefine the category.

Part of the secret is Plutonite®, our durable and optically pure lens material. Within our spirit of performance and innovation, we continue to deliver the best performance products on the planet. Impact protection beyond what's necessary. We consider it mandatory.

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Sunglasses Are Now Essential Equipment

Conventional lenses are all about blocking the sun, making you see less. Oakley lenses help you see more — more detail, more depth and more definition. We achieve it by optimizing lenses for specific environments, and that’s why sunglasses are no longer considered generic accessories. The Oakley Performance Lens Tints are another piece of essential equipment, a critical necessity for sport.

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Ideal for bright sun, this HDPolarized® lens blocks 99% of reflected glare. The Iridium® lens coating balances light transmission to help you maintain color recognition, and the Plutonite® lens material inherently filters out 100% of all UV.

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An invisible form of radiation, UV rays pelt your retinas at 186,000 miles per second. Eye damage linked to UV includes cataract, photokeratitis and pterygium. UV damage builds up over time. You generally don’t feel UV rays, so there is no natural warning that damage is being done. And although clouds reduce the level of UV reaching your eyes, clouds don’t block UV completely — which means your eyes can be exposed to UV rays even on overcast days.

Thermonuclear Protection

Oakley Plutonite® lens material stops every wavelength of ultraviolet radiation from the sun‘s thermonuclear furnace, not just the lower energy form called “UVA.” Even our clear lenses filter out 100% of all UV. The image at the left shows how harmful rays are blocked while the visible spectrum passes through.

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Progressive lenses help you focus on objects near and far, and each sport has its own unique requirements for the near, mid and far zones of focus. Custom engineered for specific activities, OTD Sport Specific progressive lenses optimize performance in each zone of focus to give you the best possible vision for golf, cycling and fishing.

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Take the Limits Off Your Prescription

If you’ve been told your prescription is “out of range” for the sunglasses you want, check out OTD Edge™. This technology expands the prescription range for Oakley high-wrap sunglasses up to +4.00 to -6.00, so you can enjoy benefits you expect from Oakley sunglasses, like extended peripheral vision and improved side protection.

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If you’ve been told your prescription is “out of range” for the sunglasses you want, check out OTD Edge™. This technology expands the prescription range for Oakley high-wrap sunglasses up to +4.00 to -6.00, so you can enjoy benefits you expect from Oakley sunglasses, like extended peripheral vision and improved side protection.

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If you’ve been told your prescription is “out of range” for the sunglasses you want, check out OTD Edge™. This technology expands the prescription range for Oakley high-wrap sunglasses up to +4.00 to -6.00, so you can enjoy benefits you expect from Oakley sunglasses, like extended peripheral vision and improved side protection.

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WARNING! LENSES MAY BE INSERTED ONLY IN SPECIFIED MODELS AND PURSUANT TO THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL ADVERSELY AFFECT THE OPTICAL PERFORMANCE AND THE LENSES MAY NOT REMAIN IN PLACE, CAUSING INTERFERENCES WITH VISION.


FastJacketTM sunglasses were built with Switchlock Technology™ , meaning changing lenses to suit your environment is as easy as flipping a switch. Here's how:

Lens Removal
  • Locate the switch near the left temple on your sunglasses.
  • With your thumb, gently push the switch down.
  • Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out, starting with the side closest to the switch.

Lens Removal Locate the switch near the left temple on your sunglasses. With your thumb, gently push the switch down. Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out, starting with the side closest to the switch.

Lens Installation
  • Select a different lens and slide it into the lens slot, starting with the side closest to the nose.
  • When the lens is in place, push the switch back to its upward, locked position.
  • Repeat the same process with the right side.

Lens Installation Select a different lens and slide it into the lens slot, starting with the side closest to the nose. When the lens is in place, push the switch back to its upward, locked position. Repeat the same process with the right side.

Lens Removal
  • Place index finger of one hand into nose bridge and place thumb, of same hand, on top of frame as shown; while holding lens with other hand.
  • Flex nose bridge with index finger towards you while pushing top of the frame down with thumb as shown.
  • With opposite hand, pull lens out of groove.

FLAK JACKET LENS CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS Lens Removal 1. Place index finger of one hand into nose bridge and place thumb, of same hand, on top of frame as shown; while holding lens with other hand. 2. Flex nose bridge with index finger towards you while pushing top of the frame down with thumb as shown. 3. With opposite hand, pull lens out of groove.

Lens Installation
  • Hold frame and lens as shown and slide outer lens tab into frame.
  • Align inner lens tab in frame groove and slide lens gently up into lens groove.
  • Hold lens firmly and slide the thumb of opposite hand along top of frame until inner lens tab snaps firmly into place.

Lens Installation Grip the frame and lens. Fit the outer lens tab. Align the inner lens tab with the groove in the nose bridge. Holding the lens firmly, slide your thumb across the top of the frame until the inner lens tab snaps into the groove in the nose bridge.

Lens Removal
  • Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  • Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

HALF JACKET LENS CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS Lens Removal 1. Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other. 2. Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

Lens Installation
  • Grip the frame and lens. Fit the outer lens tab.
  • Align the inner lens tab with the groove in the nose bridge.
  • Holding the lens firmly, slide your thumb across the top of the frame until the inner lens tab snaps into the groove in the nose bridge.

Lens Installation Grip the frame and lens. Fit the outer lens tab. Align the inner lens tab with the groove in the nose bridge. Holding the lens firmly, slide your thumb across the top of the frame until the inner lens tab snaps into the groove in the nose bridge.

Lens Removal
Replace one lens at a time.
  • Grasp the nose pad near the bottom.
  • Rotate the nose pad up.
  • Grasp the lower jaw and rotate it down.
  • Remove the lens.

RACING JACKET & SPLIT JACKET™ LENS CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS Lens Removal Replace one lens at a time. 1. Grasp the nose pad near the bottom. 2. Rotate the nose pad up. 3. Grasp the lower jaw and rotate it down. 4. Remove the lens.

Lens Installation
  • Insert the replacement lens.
  • Close the jaw. Rotate the nose pad down and snap it into the locked position.
  • Holding the center of the frame, pull the lens out from the middle.
  • Squeezing the center of the frame, pop up one corner of the frame and lift it away from the lens.

M2, M FRAME & PRO M FRAME LENS REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. Holding the center of the frame, pull the lens out from the middle. 2. Squeezing the center of the frame, pop up one corner of the frame and lift it away from the lens.

  • Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  • Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

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  • With two fingers carefully pinch the two nose bridge tabs inward.
  • Then push the nose bridge towards top of sunglasses until lens releases from top.
  • Then pull lens down and out.

RADAR LENS REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS With two fingers carefully pinch the two nose bridge tabs inward. Then push the nose bridge towards top of sunglasses until lens releases from top. Then pull lens down and out.

Lens Removal
  • Locate lock latch on the inside surface of the left temple.
  • With index finger and thumb, hold lock and door.
  • Push lock and rotate door away from the lens (shown with arrows).
  • Rotate temple and door as you're pushing the lock.
  • Push nose bridge inwards to release bottom part of lens.
  • Rotate lens towards the bottom to fully release lens.

RADAR LOCK LENS REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS Lens Removal 1. Locate lock latch on the inside surface of the left temple. 2. With index finger and thumb, hold lock and door. 3. Push lock and rotate door away from the lens (shown with arrows). 4. Rotate temple and door as you're pushing the lock. 5. Push nose bridge inwards to release bottom part of lens. 6. Rotate lens towards the bottom to fully release lens

Lens Installation
  • Insert top corner of lens in the lens groove corner (shown with arrows).
  • Rotate lens and position it fully on the lens groove.
  • Push nose bridge onto lens towards the outside.
  • Rotate door closed.

Lens Installation Insert top corner of lens in the lens groove corner (shown with arrows). Rotate lens and position it fully on the lens groove. Push nose bridge onto lens towards the outside. Rotate door closed

STYLESWITCHTM sunglasses were built with Switchlock Technology™, meaning changing lenses to suit your environment is as easy as flipping a switch. Here's how:

Lens Removal
  • Locate the switch on the left side of the nose pads on your sunglasses and lift it up.
  • Open the lens section of your sunglasses using the hinge near the left temple.
  • Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out, starting with the side closest to the hinge.

Lens Removal Locate the switch on the left side of the nose pads on your sunglasses and lift it up. Open the lens section of your sunglasses using the hinge near the left temple. Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out, starting with the side closest to the hinge.

Lens Installation
  • Select a different lens and slide it into the lens slot, starting with the side closest to the nose.
  • When the lens is in place, close the lens section at the hinge and return the nose pad lock to its locked position.
  • Repeat the same process with the right side.
  • Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  • Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

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Oakley® goggles are the most sophisticated equipment made for water, dirt, snow and everything in between. They meet European Community directives for optical performance and are in full compliance with the I.P.D. of category 1 for EEC directive 89/686.

Oakley's H2O Goggle, MX Goggle, O Frame®, L Frame™, and E Frame® are engineered with scratch resistant Lexan® lenses. This provides 100% protection against UV and harmful blue light, and surpasses ANSI Z87.1 standards for impact resistance. Each frame is constructed with durable, lightweight urethane that braces the lens in the perfect arc of circle, hugging the face to maximize peripheral and downward vision.

Oakley Wisdom™ and A Frame® goggles feature dual-lens configurations with proprietary geometry that mimics the anatomical curvature of the eye. These performance optical systems maximize peripheral vision and minimize distortion at all angles of vision. Pure Plutonite® lenses block 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light while surpassing ANSI Z87.1 standards for optical clarity and impact resistance. Surge port technology provides fog-cutting air circulation that keeps drafts away from eyes.

How to keep the best at their best:

All new Oakley Goggles come with a bag for cleaning and storage. Using it will help maintain the unrivaled optics of Oakley lenses. Wash the bag regularly. (Note: Oakley does not warranty any lens against scratches.) Iridium® Lenses: Oakley Iridium® lens coating is engineered to block glare and heighten contrast. An array of available tints allows the wearer to tune transmission of any light condition. The 12-micron jacket of Iridium® must be treated with special care to avoid scratching. Use only mild soap and water; never use cleaning solutions.

IMPORTANT GOGGLE CARE: DO NOT RUB INNER LENS SURFACE WHEN WET.

If snow or water should collect inside the goggle, follow these steps:

  • Shake excess snow from the goggle interior. Clear all ventilation ports and lens vents.
  • Use the Microclear™ Bag that is included with your goggle to gently blot any remaining moisture.
  • Allow time for moisture to dissipate. Once the goggle is put back on, keep moving as much as possible. Airflow through the vents will help dry the goggle.

Your new goggle is designed for rugged durability, but precision instruments demand proper care.


Follow these guidelines to maximize performance and longevity:

  1. Avoid resting the goggle on your forehead or hat. This reduces the efficiency of ventilation ports and exposes the interior to moisture vapor from melting snow and perspiration. To minimize fogging, keep the goggle on your face.

For proper cleaning and storage, remember the following:

  • Do not use paper products, ski gloves or other abrasive materials to clean the goggle.
  • Allow the goggle to air dry before storing for extended periods.
  • Do not leave the goggle in areas of concentrated heat and sunlight, such as on a car dashboard or hanging from a rearview mirror.
  • Protect the lens and face foam by storing the goggle in its protective bag or case.

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Washing - Normal, Delicate, Hand Wash, Wash Cold, Wash Warm, Wash Hot

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Drying - Normal, Tumble Dry Delicate, Dry on Low Setting, Do Not Tumble Dry, Dry Flat

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Miscellaneous - Dry Clean Only, No Dry Clean, Any Bleach, No Bleach, Iron as Needed, Low Iron, No Iron

OAKLEY APPAREL CARE DRYING WASHING MISCELLANEOUS

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Care Recommendations for Oakley Footwear

Simple maintenance can maximize the life span of your Oakley footwear. After use, brush away surface dirt with a soft brush. Loosen laces to fully open each shoe and place in a ventilated area to dry. In case of excessive moisture, remove footbeds (if applicable). Pat dry excess moisture with paper towels or other absorbent material. Leave inside the shoe for 30 minutes. Remove and air-dry as described above. Store footwear in a cool, dry place (never expose to heat). Exposure to excessive moisture may cause the shoe to lose its shape, fade in color, or become weakened. Genuine leather: If your Oakley Footwear has been exposed to environments and terrain not intended for its use, the warranty will be void.

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Genuine Leather - Top Grain

Simple maintenance can maximize the life span of your Oakley footwear. After use, brush away surface dirt with a soft brush. Loosen laces to fully open each shoe and place in a ventilated area to dry. In case of excessive moisture, remove footbeds (if applicable). Pat dry excess moisture with paper towels or other absorbent material. Leave inside the shoe for 30 minutes. Remove and air-dry as described above. Store footwear in a cool, dry place (never expose to heat). Exposure to excessive moisture may cause the shoe to lose its shape, fade in color, or become weakened. Genuine leather: If your Oakley Footwear has been exposed to environments and terrain not intended for its use, the warranty will be void.

GENUINE LEATHER - SUEDE AND NUBUC

Simple maintenance can maximize the life span of your Oakley footwear. After use, brush away surface dirt with a soft brush. Loosen laces to fully open each shoe and place in a ventilated area to dry. In case of excessive moisture, remove footbeds (if applicable). Pat dry excess moisture with paper towels or other absorbent material. Leave inside the shoe for 30 minutes. Remove and air-dry as described above. Store footwear in a cool, dry place (never expose to heat). Exposure to excessive moisture may cause the shoe to lose its shape, fade in color, or become weakened. Genuine leather: If your Oakley Footwear has been exposed to environments and terrain not intended for its use, the warranty will be void.

SYNTHETIC LEATHER AND TEXTILE

Simple maintenance can maximize the life span of your Oakley footwear. After use, brush away surface dirt with a soft brush. Loosen laces to fully open each shoe and place in a ventilated area to dry. In case of excessive moisture, remove footbeds (if applicable). Pat dry excess moisture with paper towels or other absorbent material. Leave inside the shoe for 30 minutes. Remove and air-dry as described above. Store footwear in a cool, dry place (never expose to heat). Exposure to excessive moisture may cause the shoe to lose its shape, fade in color, or become weakened. Genuine leather: If your Oakley Footwear has been exposed to environments and terrain not intended for its use, the warranty will be void.

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About: Glamorous. Oversized. High Fashion. Feminine. Retro. Elegant. Oversized.

Cat Eye Sunglasses

About: Retro. Modern. Vintage. Celebrity look. Old School. Alluring. Sexy. Oversized.

Clubmaster Sunglasses

About: Vintage. Movie Star Looks. Retro. Classic Looks. High Fashion. Classy. Elegant. High Fashion. Strong.

Goggle Sunglasses

About: Complete Protection. Sporty. Aggressive. Modern. Masculine. Handsome. Oversized.

Oval Sunglasses

About: Great for Everyone. Classic Styling. Universal Charm. Universal Cool. Must Have Style. Modern Look. Mainstream Look.

Pilot Sunglasses

About: Classic Cool. Vintage Look. Movie Star Style. Tom Cruise Chic. Aviator is Always in Style. Sporty. Masculine and Feminine.

Rectangle Sunglasses

About: Modern Look. Masculine Styling. High Fashion. No Gimmicks. Rich Sporty.

Rimless Sunglasses

About: Simple Look. Modern Styling. Low Profile. Minimalistic. Modern Look. Future Styling. Masculine. Sporty.

Round Sunglasses

About: Classic. Quirky. Weird. Funny. John Lennon Style. Individual. Smart. Professor. Stylish. Hipster.

Semi-Rimless Sunglasses

About: Sporty. Quirky. Different. Unusual. Sporty. Stylish. Masculine. Hipster.

Shield Sunglasses

About: Full Coverage. Futuristic. Modern Styling. Tomorrow’s Style. Fashionable. High Fashion. Glamorous.

Square Sunglasses

About: Hipster. Very Cool. Modern. Masculine. Sporty. Comfortable. Everyday.

Wayfarer Sunglasses

About: Classic Look. Since the 50’s. Iconic. Sporty. Classy. High Fashion. Trendy.

Wrap Sunglasses

About: Full Face Coverage. Maximum Protection. Sporty. Modern. Masculine. Tomorrow’s Styling. Comfortable. Excellent Side Vision.

Sports Wrap Sunglasses

About: Full Face Coverage. Maximum Protection. Sporty. Modern. Masculine. Tomorrow’s Styling. Comfortable. Excellent Side Vision.

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Features: Strong, malleable, corrosion resistant, adjustable to almost any face, expensive, not best for sports, heavier, not ideal for sensitive nose bridges, high fashion, ideal for fashion.

TITANIUM FRAMES

Features: Strong, malleable, corrosion resistant, adjustable to almost any face, expensive, not best for sports, heavier, not ideal for sensitive nose bridges, high fashion, ideal for fashion.

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Features: Great for sports, flexible, safe, ideal for the active lifestyle, light, affordable.

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Features: Great for sports, flexible, safe, ideal for the active lifestyle, light, affordable.

ACETATE

Features: Stronger than normal plastic frames, more flexible, lighter, color is inbedded in the plastic, not painted on, very affordable, great for active lifestyles, great for sports.

PLASTIC

Features: Can be made out of acrylic or polyurethane. The least expensive frame option. Light and durable but tend to feel lower end. Not the best for high fashion. Good for sports and the active lifestyle. Good low end sunglasses.

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OPTICAL GLASS LENS

Features: Made of real glass, very resistant, very durable, highest level of distortion free vision and scratch resistance, heavier than non-glass lens, more expensive, not the best for action sports as the lens can shatter into a spider shape or break apart and damage your face or eyes on impact, ideal for high fashion.

TITANIUM FRAMES

Features: Strong, malleable, corrosion resistant, adjustable to almost any face, expensive, not best for sports, heavier, not ideal for sensitive nose bridges, high fashion, ideal for fashion.

POLYCARBONATE LENS

Features: Ideal for sports, this is a type of plastic lens, virtually indestructible, very light, scratch resistant but will scratch, very high optical clarity, 50X stronger than optical glass. Not as good as glass optics or NXT optics for clarity and distortion free vision.

POLYCARBONATE

Features: Great for sports, flexible, safe, ideal for the active lifestyle, light, affordable.

NXT POLYURETHANE LENS

Features: Very expensive, bringing the best clarity and optics of glass, with the strength and safety features of polycarbonate lenses, high impact resistance, very lightweight, made with Trivex – an advance polymer material.

ACRYLIC LENS

Features: Inexpensive, ideal for sports and general fashion, great for casual wear, sports wear, less optical clarity, less durable.

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NON-POLARIZED LENS

Features: Ideal for most activities, affordable.

POLARIZED LENS

Features: Ideal for water sports, around the beach, snow and anywhere that has a lot of glare, usually more expensive.

PHOTOCHROMIC LENS

Features: Automatically adjusts the tint and darkness of the lens based on UV conditions from the sun, not to be confused with actual light conditions. Takes longer in colder climate for the lens to adjust, and won’t work inside your car while driving. The tinting is activated by UVB rays. Ideal for most outdoor activities and sports where the change in lighting affects your performance and vision, such as baseball, softball.

GRADIENT LENS

Features: Automatically adjusts the tint and darkness of the lens based on UV conditions from the sun, not to be confused with actual light conditions. Takes longer in colder climate for the lens to adjust, and won’t work inside your car while driving. The tinting is activated by UVB rays. Ideal for most outdoor activities and sports where the change in lighting affects your performance and vision, such as baseball, softball.

NXT POLYURETHANE LENS

Features: Very expensive, bringing the best clarity and optics of glass, with the strength and safety features of polycarbonate lenses, high impact resistance, very lightweight, made with Trivex – an advance polymer material.

DOUBLE GRADIENT LENS

Features: Lens where it is darkest on top and bottom, and lightest in the middle, ideal for conditions where you get a lot of reflective light and overhead light such as on sand, water, snow and reflective surfaces in general.