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You don't want anything slowing you down when you're in the middle of an intense ride, whether it be blinding sunlight or a flat tire. And while they might not be able to help you with the flat, the Oakley Radar EV Path Photochromic Sunglasses are definitely up to the task when it comes to rapidly changing light conditions. Photochromic lenses automatically adjust tint in response to varying amounts of light, so you don't have to swap lenses when dark clouds give way to blinding sunshine.
In addition to the photochromic lenses, these sunglasses are equipped with a wide array of other cycling-oriented features. The wide field of view makes it easier to check your blind spots, and the semi-frameless design shaves weight for a lighter feel during all-day rides. The Three-Point fit ensures a comfy fit and precise optical alignment. Unobtanium nose pads and earsocks actually get grippier when wet, so the more you sweat, the more secure your shades are.
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- Cycling-specific sunglasses with a wide field of view
- Photochromic lenses automatically adjust tint to light conditions
- UV-filtering Plutonite lenses protect against UV rays
- Stress-resistant O-Matter frame withstands impact
- Three-Point fit ensures a secure, slip-free fit
- Unobtanium grips keep sunglasses in place during intense activity
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- Q & A
Great So Far
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Gave to a friend he said, I really like these shades so far, Oakley quality and style speaks for itself. I personally think these Radar EV Path are some of the best looking around, and you still see a lot in the Pro Peloton. I have been wanting the photochromic lenses for some time, both for rides that start and end in significantly varying light levels and for my gravel rides that take me in and out of shade quite often. So far they seem to perform really well, though I don’t know if they get quite as dark as Oakley claims even in full sun. If you really feel like you need a bright condition low light transmission lens, this may not be the best bet, but I am really happy so far…