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The next generation in Oakley’s classic lens shield design.
The Oakley Radar XL Sunglasses are the rightful heirs to the throne of single-lens sport optics. Big brother to the Radar, the Radar XL's lens is 7mm taller--from nose-piece to brow--than standard Radar, offering more protection when you're in the saddle. In the tradition of the M Frame, the Radar XL provides a sweeping panorama of High Definition Optics that’s perfectly suited for everything from cycling races to spring skiing. The interchangeable Plutonite lens lets you swap out to accommodate changing light conditions, and the secure Three-Point Fit of the O Matter frame stays comfortable all day long. Oakley also added Unobtanium nose and arm pads that increase their grip with sweat.
- The Straight Blades are designed for use with a helmet
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i have a big face.would the radar xl or...
i have a big face.would the radar xl or the radar range be better.
The main difference between the Radar Range and Radar XL is the height of the lens - the Radar XL is 7 millimeters taller than the Radar Range. Both glasses are the same width, and do accommodate wide faces well. So, if you want some extra lens coverage I would go with the XL - if you were more concerned with the sunglasses fitting a wider face, either one would be a good choice.
Off the Radar
Bringing together the future and yesterday at the same time. With a hint of retro and a splash of obscurity, shaken not stirred, these are a performance face decoration.
No, seriously, these things are lightweight and comfortable. Perfect sport glass or just great for making that statement like, "I am here to party."
Are the XL bigger than the other Radar...
Are the XL bigger than the other Radar sunglasses?
Yes, the Oakley Radar XL sunglasses are 7 millimeters taller than the regular Oakley Radars.
if i got these glasses can i get a different...
if i got these glasses can i get a different color lenses other than blue?
yes, the lenses are interchangable. you can order about any color you want.