About Oakley Radar EV Path Polarized Black Iridium - Polished Black
The Oakley Radar EV Path is a continuation of the popular Radar, with Black Iridium Polarized lenses for enhanced vision and protection.
The Oakley Radar EV Path is the evolution of everything the company has learnt in over 20 years and applied it to glasses that can be used across sports thanks to their comfort and protection.
A new milestone in the heritage of performance, Radar® EV takes breakthroughs of a revolutionary design even further with a taller lens that extends the upper field of view.
From the comfort and protection of the O Matter® frame to the grip of its Unobtanium® components, this premium design builds on the legacy of Radar innovation and style.
Contouring at the bottom makes Radar EV Path a good choice if performance-sized lenses sometimes touch your cheeks. The lens shape also enhances performance by extending the upper field of view.
Engineered for maximized airflow for optimal ventilation to keep you cool
Unobtanium® earsocks and nosepads keep glasses in place, increasing grip despite perspiration
Interchangeable Lenses let you change lenses in seconds to optimize vision in any sport environment
O-Matter™ stress-resistant frame material is both lightweight and durable for all-day comfort and protection
High Definition Optics® - High Definition Optics® (HDO®) is a collection of patented technologies that allow Oakley eyewear to meet or exceed the testing standards of the American National Standards Institute for optical clarity, visual fidelity, and impact resistance.
Polarized® - Improving safety, comfort and performance, Oakley HDPolarized lenses filter out 99% of reflected glare without the haze and optical distortion that can come with polarized lenses made with conventional manufacturing techniques.
Black Iridium Polarized
Light Transmission: 10%
Light Conditions: Bright light
Base Lens Color: Grey
Recommended use: Running, road cycling
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More About The Manufacturer Oakley
Oakley, Inc., based in Foothill Ranch, California, makes sport equipment including sunglasses, sports visors, and ski goggles, as well as watches, clothing, bags, backpacks, shoes, prescription glasses, football (American) and hockey eyewear, golf gear and other accessories. Oakley currently holds more than 600 patents for eyewear, materials and performance gear.
The main competitors of Oakley are Wiley X, Marchon Eyewear, Safilo, Bushnell, Signature Eyewear, Nike, Reebok, Quiksilver, Rudy Project, Billabong and Adidas.