New Oakley Sunglasses for 2011

Scalpel

Scalpel

Oakley’s Scalpel combines the best of Oakley’s High Definition Optics.  These sunglasses are designed to for both form and function — Oakley says “there is a reason behind every curve.”  The Scalpel has a full 8.75 base curvature to open your range of view and is engineered to maintain critical clarity along the entire lens curve. You’ll have added protection against sun, wind and side impact. This design meets all ANSI basic impact standards, and the pure Plutonite lenses filter out 100 percent of all UV rays. The optics also meets every ANSI standard for visual performance.  $180.

Tightrope

Tightrope

Oakley’s Tightrope is made of a low-weight and highly durable C-5 alloy.  The secure fit takes advantage of two Oakley innovations: Unobtanium stem sleeves that increase grip with perspiration, and the geometry of a Three-Point Fit that eliminates unbalanced pressure points common with ordinary frames that hook your ears. The lenses combine 8.75 base curvature with patented XYZ Optics for clarity that extends to a wide peripheral view. Performance and protection meet ANSI optical and basic impact standards, and UV filtering is 100 percent with Oakley’s pure Plutonite lens material.  $180.

You can purchase Oakley products directly from their website, or at an Oakley dealer near you.

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