It’s pretty rare nowadays to roll up to a bunch ride or race and not see someone wearing Oakley sunglasses. Between the Radar, Radarlock (and XL), Radar EV and Jawbreakers, Oakley frames are donned by a huge number of cyclists around the world.
In addition to looking great (ok, maybe not the Jawbreakers), they offer fantastic visual clarity, oakley sale durable construction, and best-in-class comfort. However, all of these frames have something in common which obscures the view – the frame itself.
Oakley’s latest release the EVZero does away with the frame completely, and is designed for totally unobstructed vision. Claimed to be ‘the lightest performance sunglasses in history’, oakley baseball sunglasses the new EVZero is a redesigned version of the the Sub Zero which was released in the 90’s.
Available in two lens shapes, Path and the slightly larger Range, both feature lightweight slender earsocks made from Oakley’s ‘O-Matter’, and no-slip ‘Unobtainium’ rubber on the nosepiece and temple tips to keep the glasses securely attached to your face. Unfortunately the lens (or arms rather) are fixed, and though I’m not a frequent lens changer, it’s a feature I’d like to see