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New Oakley Sunglasses Roundup

May 1, 2012
Posted by Dan
Sebastian Vettel wearing Oakley Crosshair Sunglasses

Sebastian Vettel wearing Oakley Crosshair 2012 Sunglasses

New season, new Oakley Sunglasses. With the arrival of the Spring/Summer months, Oakley have released a new selection of sunglasses certain to sky rocket into the limelight. The Oakley Crosshair Sunglasses is one such model. The classic teardrop lens shape is facelifted, Oakley style with ultra-lightweight titanium in an iconic style that takes you anywhere with comfort and simplicity, whether you’re going for a refined look or a laid back approach. As standard, Oakley sunglasses have HDO (High Definition Optics) lenses, which ensure that no light is refracted through the lenses. The Crosshairs also lend themselves well to an active lifestyle with Oakley’s special rubber compound, Unobtanium, for ear socks. This means that the more you sweat, the more they stick to your head.

Now, if you like your sunglasses a little more unique, it might be time to look over the new Oakley Crankcase Sunglasses. The original Oakley sculpture with cutaways give you a look you can call your own, this clean design of subtly squared lenses and wide arms carve a new category to go with any lifestyle. Made from Oakley’s patented OMatter frame material, the Crankcases are super light-weight making this unique statement a comfortable one too.

Over the years Oakley have been blending style with performance in such a way that has attracted people from across the world to use their sunglasses and this season is no different; especially in the ladie’s range. The full ladies range come with a Women’s Eyewear case as standard, so you won’t have to worry about them tumbling around in your bag! The brand new Oakley Daisy Chain Sunglasses have brought with them the classic Aviator style with the combined knowledge of over 600 patents and over 37 years experience. One of the main complaints with the Aviator style is that the peripheral vision is not wide enough, which is why Oakley have optimized their lenses with a ’6 base lens curvature’, meaning that you do not get sunlight hitting your eyes! An invaluable asset whilst driving. However, probably the best thing about the Daisy Chain is the patented hydrophilic Unobtainium nosepads. Not only do they ensure a snug fit, they keep your glasses from grabbing your hair or clothing.

Another fantastic addition to the Oakley range this Summer is the very fashionable new Oakley Sweet Spot Sunglasses. Beautifully balanced design and a universally loved look make these Oakleys really hit the spot! The large, round lenses are very flattering and offer great protection from the sun. Feminine yet strong, Oakley Sweet Spot seems to tick all of the boxes. With sunglasses such as these, people tend to think that they just won’t fit, however this is something you don’t have to worry about with Oakley. The patented Three Point Fit technology means that they will only contact your head in three places; above your ears and on your nose. Meaning that they will fit pretty much any head size or shape!

All in all it seems pretty hard to think of a reason why you wouldn’t go for Oakleys this summer. Whether you are going to lie on a beach somewhere, hurtle down a ski slope, or stay right here in blighty, Oakley sunglasses seem to get everything just right.


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