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Oakley Radar EV Pitch Prizm Sunglasses


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    • Polished White/Prizm Golf, One Size

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    Get in the game.

    Guaranteed to make the starting team of any serious athlete's lineup, the Oakley Radar EV Pitch Prizm Sunglasses provide you with all the tools necessary to pull out the win. Making the difference between an epic diving catch to end the game and losing the fly ball in the sunlight are the EV(extended view) Prizm lenses, which eliminate blinding glare and enhance contrast, allowing you to see the ball all the way from the bat to your glove. The Three-Point Fit and Unobtainium nose and temple pads stay firmly gripped while you steal third, and the stress-resistant O Matter frame are resilient against impact to ensure they'll survive that home plate collision with the catcher.  

    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.

    • EV Prizm lenses
    • O Matter frame
    • Unobtainium nose and temple pads
    • Three-Point Fit
    • Item #OAK00X7

    Tech Specs

    Prizm (polycarbonate)
    Interchangeable Lens
    O Matter
    Nose/Temple Pads
    yes, Unobtainium
    Case Included
    Face Size
    Frame Dimensions
    [width/temple] 138 / 128mm
    Recommended Use
    cycling, running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So. I had been riding in a pair of $10 sunglasses, stubbornly touting that "They're **fine**!" they were not fine.

    Enter, the Oakley Radar EV Pitch Prizm. I get it now! The hype! I rode in these for the first time over the weekend, in varied conditions around Utah. They are *so* clear and increase contrast well. I was especially impressed at their not fogging up, even as the temps increased as I climbed up Guardsman's Pass.

    They fit well on me--I reckon someone with a considerably smaller face than I would feel they were oversized. I'm really looking forward to using these more!

    No extra lenses included

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Also I think it is worth noting that while these sunglasses only come with one lens, it is super easy to get any other desired lens (Amber, clear, etc) for variable riding conditions and swap out the lenses to better suite the conditions in a matter of seconds.

    Will never go back to different sunnies

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    HOLY COW!! These sunglasses are freaking awesome and seriously have changed the way I ride. They stay perfectly put on my face without having to fiddle with them and constantly push the sunnies back up onto the bridge of my nose. I chose these lenses (the Radar EV pitch) instead of the EV Path version because I like the larger lens on the pitch sunglasses. I have the prizm road lens and it seriously makes a HUGE difference when riding. The lens is not polarized so I do not have issues viewing my garmin or cell phone. The road prizm does a great job of blocking the right amount of sun and also inhancing certain colors (like the yellow and white lines on the road). The lenses also make it really easy to see bumps and rocks in the road and stay remarkably clear and I have not had any issues with fogging or scratches yet. Overall, anyone who wants to up their game on the bike in both I handed visibility and also style (hellooooo these sunnies are RAD) I would highly recommend the Oakley EV Pitch with the prizm road lens.

    Will never go back to different sunnies
    Unanswered Question

    Hello, how is the "outfield" lens for road riding in comparison to the "road" prizm?