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Conquer the day.
You're barreling down a new mountain biking trail, trying to keep up with your friends, unsure of what's around the next corner, realizing the only reason you haven't gotten tossed yet is the fact that you're wearing the Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ Prizm Sunglasses. Oakley's endless need to innovate has resulted in Prizm lens technology, which regulates the transmission of light to provide colors that maximize contrast and visibility, so you're able to spot every rock, branch, gap, and woodland creature with a death wish that comes across your path.
And if you do so happen to miss a certain low-hanging branch that's intent on taking you out, the resilient Plutonite lenses and tough-as-nails O-Matter frame have insanely high impact-resistance to ensure long-lasting eye protection, crash after crash. The Three-Point fit keep these shades snug, and comfortably in place, while eliminating pressure points normally found in glasses that hook around your ears. And when those dark and ominous clouds finally open up, the soft, hydrophilic, synthetic Unobtainium earsocks and nose pads increase their grip the slicker conditions get. With a wet finish to the ride, there's inevitably going to be some mud splatter on your specs, so just wipe them down with the included cloth and toss them in their case until next time.
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- Prizm lens optics enhance contrast and visibility
- 100% UV-filtering Plutonite lens
- XLJ lens shape expand face coverage and extend field of view
- Stress-resistant O-Matter frame
- Three-Point fit
- Unobtainium earsocks and nose pads
- Interchangeable lens
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- Q & A
Bright and Poppy
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These aren't your normal orange lenses. They pop so much more than the G30 and Persimmon lenses. The contrast is really amazing and makes everything so happy. The greens pop really bright. So far I've just used them for driving in low light conditions, and surprisingly they don't work as well for that, but they aren't meant for low light driving. They are meant for trail riding. I wouldn't suggest wearing these in super sunny conditions, but I would highly recommend using them for trail riding.
P.S. I didn't care much for the "All Day" lenses. I didn't notice much of a difference between the All Day and the Black Iridium, except the All Day lenses don't block out as much bright light.