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Unbeatable optics for cyclists.
Cyclists favor the Polarized Radar EV Path Sunglasses because Oakley equipped them with some of the most innovative optics since the evolution of the eyeball. Oakley's HD Polarized technology filters out 99% of reflected glare, while Plutonite lenses resist100% of UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light up to 400nm. Oakley also added an Iridium coating to balance light transmission, and High Definition Optics ensure that the lenses meet the American National Standards Institute's ratings for optical clarity, visual fidelity, and impact resistance.
The Radar EV Paths also feature Oakley's Switchlock lens interchangeable system so you can switch lenses simply and quickly mid-ride. The impact-resistant O-Matter frame features Unobtainium pads at the nose and temples for slip-resistant comfort. Oakley's Three-Point Fit ensures a personalized feel regardless of your face size.
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- HD Polarized Plutonite lens
- Iridium coating
- High Definition Optics
- Switchlock lens interchangeable system
- O-Matter frame with Unobtainium nose and temple pads
- Three-Point Fit
- Please see size chart for lens tint information
- Item #OAK00X8
- Q & A
I don't think Oakley could have fixed one thing on their Radars. I have always wore their M Frame's in the past, but these Radars are even better. They are the perfect fit, lens shape is awesome, vented lens are top notch, and polarization makes everything so crisp and clear. Overall such a great looking pair of sunglasses that you can do pretty much anything in without having to worry about them falling off!
Great for Cycling
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I own regular Oakley Radar Paths with a dark tinted lens. It was hard to see in low light, so I looked for a pair with the Red Iridium Lens. These are perfect. And the taller EV lens makes it to where you can't see the top of the frame when low on the handlebars.