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Oakley
Radar EV Path Prizm Sunglasses

4.333333333333333 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
$163.15 - $251.00
Up to 35% off
Color:TDF Splttr w/Prizm Rd Black

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Why We Like The Radar EV Path Prizm Sunglasses

Give yourself the gift of clear vision when the going gets tough with Oakley's Radar EV Path Prizm Sunglasses. These top-performing shades are finely tuned with extended vision that enhances contrast and visibility, while eliminating blinding glares when you're hammering on the pedals down the blacktop, or getting your heart rate pumping out on the track and field.


Details

  • Extended-vision shades for coverage and clear vision
  • Prizm lenses enhance contrast, boost visibility, cut glares
  • O-Matter frames are lightweight but ultra-durable
  • Cam-action hinge locks securely in place and stays comfortable
  • Three-point fit system provides perfect optical alignment
  • Unobtanium nose and temple pads provide a sure, soft grip
  • Please see size chart for lens tint information
  • Item #OAK00X6
Lens
Prizm (polycarbonate)
Interchangeable Lens
yes
Frame
O Matter
Nose/Temple Pads
Unobtainium
Hinge
Cam-Action
Case Included
hard case, microfiber bag
Face Size
large
Base Curve
8
Frame Dimensions
[lens/bridge/temple] 138 / 18 / 128mm
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

May 6, 2022

Oakleys really are the best

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is my 7th pair of Oakleys and 3rd Radar. I own two of the original Radars from 2006 and thought it was time to buy a new pair as lenses for my old versions are hard to come by. I was happy to see the new radars are improved upon in every way. They still look cool but the lenses are better with much better optics, almost like seeing the world in 4K. I know the price is high and some may think not worth it but another reason I like these is for impact protection. Members of the US Army use these to protect their eyes which was a big selling point for me! You do occasionally have a rock or similar hit you in your face and I want my eyes protected. Worth every penny to me for the safety and optics!

Matthew S
Competitivecyclist.com

Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com

5 out of 5 stars

January 12, 2021

Great clarity

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
One size
Height:
5' 7"
Weight:
123

These glasses are comfortable, don?t steam up and have superb clarity. I would buy them again

diane M
3 out of 5 stars

September 20, 2020

Good frames but Prizm is lacking.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Prizm Road Black looks like they'd be TOO violet/rose, but once they're on, the tint is barely noticeable. They're pleasant to look through and there is very very little distortion. But like others have said, these DO seem to let in more light than you'd expect so they're not going to be a favorite in bright conditions. They're a good everyday color option for those who don't want the more eye catching Oakley colors. Thanks to the arm design, the Radar EV frames stay on securely even though they're too wide for me. ( I almost purchased the XS version but the lens selection for the XS is pitiful - Oakley doesn't even make pitch lenses for them !!! ) Now on to the not-so-great.... The Prizm effect is super subtle ( nonexistent ? ) on these. I just don't notice any difference between Prizm Road Black and non-prizm lenses. I expected to see a difference in street markings and signs because thats how these 'road' lenses are marketed. But there was no difference. At first I thought maybe the red and green streetlights were highlighted along with the children crossing signs. But when I did the same route in less expensive brown suglasses I had the same experience. Even my cheapie gray sunglasses seem to allow the red and green streetlights and school crossing signs to remain brighter. So....no difference. I just don't notice any prizm effect at all with Road Black.

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