Sneak-a-Peek: Oakley Summit Frogskins Sunglasses
Posted by Dan
The 1980s was a fantastic era for styling classics…well, maybe not the shell-suit! But anyway, there was one fashion statement which has made a huge resurgence recently, the Oakley Frogskins Sunglasses. Originally released in1985, the Frogskins had 50 colour-ways and were available for $40.00. Over 20 years later, Oakley re-released the sunglass goliath and this year, they have released the limited edition Oakley Summit Frogskins Sunglasses.
They are a limited edition range, all with beautiful matte and metallic colours. The frame is made from Oakley’s patented O Matter material; a light a durable compound which is incredibly stress resistant. One of Oakley’s main accomplishments is creating sunglasses which are tested to the same standards as industrial eyewear, and O Matter is the foundation for all of this. It absorbs impact and dissipates the vibrations down the arms and away from the sunglasses and your face; this makes Oakley Sunglasses the favourite for a lot of athletes.
Of course, along with unrivaled protection from impact, your eyes must be protected from the sun’s harmful rays. This is where Oakley’s patented Plutonite lens material comes in very handy, the compound itself is completely UVA, UVB and UVC protective meaning that even if the lenses are scratched, scuffed or damaged, your eyes will still be protected! It is the same Plutonite material which facilitates Oakley’s XYZ and HD Optics. This technology corrects any refraction of light through the lens providing the user with clear, sharp and undistorted vision; so say goodbye to those annoying ’sunglass headaches’.
If you are looking for something a little more colourful this year, then take a look at the Oakley Summit Frogskins Sunglasses. Available in 5 different colour-ways, we are sure that you will find one that suits!
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