Fast on the heels of its radical new JawBreaker sunglasses, Oakley announces the launch of their Radar EV.
At first glance, the new Radar EV looks quite similar to the Jawbreaker. However, the absence of the SwitchLock lower rim, is what differentiates the two models.
In addition, the lens on the Radar appears to be slightly taller than the standard one found on the JawBreaker.
In any case, Oakley’s three-point fit has been carried over to the new EV, which means the frame only comes in contact with the bridge of the nose.
The new Radar EV is available in the Pitch and Path lens shapes, as well as standard, polarized, and the new Prizm lens options. Frame and gripper materials will remain the same as previous model options.
Depending on the choice of lens, prices for the Radar EV range between $170 – $220.
Our original Radar® eyewear combined everything we learned from decades of research with the world’s best athletes, and with the taller lens of Radar EV and its extended range of view in the upper peripheral region, the heritage of performance has a new milestone. Available with Path or Pitch lens shapes, the lightweight frame of stress-resistant O Matter™ maintains a comfortable Three-Point Fit with the sure grip of Unobtainium® components while channeling air to keep you cool, and with High Definition Optics®, you’ll have visual clarity and impact resistance that meet the uncompromising standards of ANSI Z87.1. Match this interchangeable lens design with HDPolarized™ lenses to cut blinding glare, and take advantage of Oakley Prizm™ technology in lenses that tune color precisely for optimized vision in your chosen sport or environment.
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