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Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses


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    • Matte Black W/ Prizm Road,One Size
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    Toned-down style, turned-up performance.

    Offering a smooth alternative to the angular, aggressive shapes of most performance sunglasses, the Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses offer serious riding and striding function without looking overly sporty. Suited for small-to-medium faces, these sunglasses offer ultralight comfort and unobstructed views thanks to their rimless, single-lens design.

    Prizm lens technlogy enhances contrast and makes colors pop for a more vivid view of your surroundings. A sporty wrap keeps wind from drying out your eyes during high-speed cycling descents and windy runs, and Unobtanium nose and ear pads keep your shades firmly (and comfortably) glued to your face.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Rounded performance shades for cycling and running
    • Prizm technology makes view sharper and bolder
    • Plutonite lenses offer 100% UV protection
    • O Matter frame is light and stress-resistant
    • Unobtanium nose and ear pads offer secure comfort
    • Three-Point Fit holds lenses in precise optical alignment
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    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel and Bisphenol A, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to
    Plutonite (polycarbonate)
    Nose/Temple Pads
    [nose pad] Unobtainium
    Face Size
    small to medium
    Frame Dimensions
    [lens/temple] 38 / 125mm
    Recommended Use
    running, cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    NOT Women's glasses

      These were marketed by Backcountry as Women's glasses. They are NOT. They are standard frames and not Women's. The frame sizes are the same as the men's glasses. I discovered this after buying some men's Oakley EVZero Stride Prizm Sunglasses for my wife, but they were too large. Then later found these marketed as Womens. So I ordered these "women's" and I would take her Men's Oakleys. When they arrived, she put them on and they too were too large and we compared the frames and guess what? They were exactly the same size frames. I contacted Oakley and I was informed they do not make these in a Women's size. Ah Ha! So why is Backcountry marketing these as women's ? I see NOW they have removed "women's" from the website.

      NOT Women's glasses

      These are my go-to road cycling glasses.

        Besides protecting a rider's eyes from the sun, cycling glasses are essential to protect the rider's face from insects. I really like these glasses because of the coverage, fit, and versatility.
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        Perfect Sunglasses

          This product was an awesome pair sunglasses unfortunately they were the wrong style I was looking to purchase. I was looking to get a pair of sunglasses for the road and I actual bought the trail style by mistake. But definitely an item to purchase if your looking for a pair of sunglasses

          Fast Glasses

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I think these are more of a unisex pair of sunglasses than women specific. Look great on most people, definitely speedy. Everyone who sees them wants to try them on. The fit works well for my below average sized face.
          Great performance, I use them primarily to mountain bike and hold up well to the wears associated. I essentially face planted just after getting these glasses and there wasn't a single scratch on the lens. I've seen these get a knock for being poor at breaking wind at speed but I think that is more face shape dependent as I have not had issues even when going flat out.
          Road tint works well for both shady trail conditions and sunny. The tint isn't very dark but that makes for great visibility and is plenty dark for me in any light condition.
          These work great for trail running too.

          Perfect for trail activities

            I purchased the Prizm Trail for my wife and she is obsessed with them. When she's mountain biking or running, she doesn't feel them on her face because they are so lightweight, yet they stay put and fit really well. The color of the lens (Trail) is definitely bright when in the sun but perfect for trail activities with the varying light - the rocks and roots pop in the shade. Definitely her favorite active sunglasses so far!

            Good stuff!

            • Familiarity: I've used it several times

            I LOVE Oakley's cycling glasses, and you probably do too. Where incredible optics meets futuristic styling, you'll find Oakley in their element. If there is a downside to Oaks, particularly their recent releases, it's the robocop/ant man styling. While some people (rightly) recognize the rad-ness of these bolt designs, it's not everyone's cup of tea. For the more subtle riders out there, Oakley made the Strides. Everything you love about Oakley, just with a little less "huh?"

            Good All-Around Glasses on the Bike

              I once worked with a guy who was in product development at Oakley for over a decade. As I was shopping for new sunnies for the bike I hit him up and asked, "Now that you've defected from Oakley, what kind of glasses do you wear?" He automatically fired back, " I will always wear Oakleys and nothing else." A respectable opinion from someone who has been on the inside. I used that as advice and dropped in on a pair.

              Other than random pairs of Frogskins these have been my first pair of performance glasses from O. The lens quality and optical centering are both very apparent in the Evzeros. Everything looks razor sharp and the lenses color (prism trail) helps define all of the road furniture out in the streets. The frames are comfortable over long periods and with the frame-less design I tend to forget I'm wearing them completely.

              With everything being positive, there are two drawbacks for myself personally. One being a personal preference that I overlooked and the other being what I feel is somewhat of a design flaw:
              1. I tend to ride a lot at dusk and into the night. I've always relied on having glasses with interchangeable lenses that allow me to switch from dark to clear as the sun goes down. Something that I now miss that I should have considered, my fault.
              2. The nose piece holds them 4-5mm from the bridge of your nose and has a gap in the rubber. I'm sure the gap was designed for comfort and possibly airflow, it tends to let too much air in on fast descents (which I live for). My personal result is watery eyes and impaired vision. This could be fixed if Oakley were to offer a replacement nose piece to those with eyes sensitive to wind such as myself.

              Other than that, the glasses are perfect. If I found myself without them today I'd order a new pair tomorrow.

              Did you find these to be too dark at night or too light during the day? How about in the shade/trees? I generally don't like dark glasses when I'm riding because a lot of times I'm in the trees.