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See the trail ahead like you've never seen it before when you go for a ride in the Oakley Radarlock Prizm Sunglasses. They feature Prizm Trail polarized lenses, which display the world in crisper, more vivid colors in addition to eliminating glare. Switchlock technology allows you to switch lenses so you can keep up with changing conditions.
Stress-resistant and subtly flexible O-Matter keeps the frame lightweight, yet durable. Hydrophilic Unobtanium nose and temple pads get tackier when wet so your shades don't slip when you're working up a sweat or get caught in a sudden downpour. Oakley's patented Three-Point fit eliminates painful pressure points while ensuring the lenses are in precise optical alignment so your vision is never distorted.
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.
- Plutonite lenses
- Prizm Trail polarized
- Switchlock technology
- O-Matter frame
- Unobtanium nose and temple pads
- Three-Point fit
- 100% UV protection
- Item #OAK00WV
- Q & A
Great for road rides
These are great for road rides! I like the lenses available but wish there were more frame colors.
Comfortable Fit And Function Combo
- Fit: True to size
This is my first pair of Oakley sunglasses and the fit is so comfortable that I hardly know I have them on. I bought them to try the Prizm Road lens tint and it provides excellent visual acuity in bright light. The mirror helps my eyes to relax so I can focus more on riding/racing and the wrapped lens helps to help block glare coming in from the sides. I'm not positive but I believe these are designed for men (I'm a female rider) and they fit pretty well without being too large on my face.
Do the prizm trail came also with clear lenses?
The Prizm Trail does come with a clear replacement lens for those super low light conditions.
What lens(es) come with the "Polished White/Prizm Red-Persimmon VTD" item? Is it two different lenses ("Prizm Red" and "Persimmon VTD") or just one? And where does this lens (or do these lenses) fall on your extensive tint chart? Doesn't look like the Prizm models are captured there.
The Prizm Road (20% light transmission, changing conditions, increased contrast) will come with the Persimmon VTD lens (61% light transmission, overcast conditions) as well.