About Oakley Sutro Sunglasses With Prizm lens Kokoro Prizm Black
Designed with performance in mind, Sutro gives cyclists a bold and versatile look that they can confidently wear on and off the bike.
- Durability and all-day comfort of lightweight O Matter ™ frame material
- Unobtainium ™ nosepads increase grip with perspiration to help keep the eyewear securely in place.
- Prizm ™ lenses are designed to enhance color, contrast and detail.
- LIGHT TRANSMISSION: 20%
- LIGHT CONDITIONS: MEDIUM LIGHT
- CONTRAST: INCREASED
- BASE LENS COLOR: ROSE
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- Lens Height 56.7 mm
- Bridge Height 137 mm
- Arm Length 140 mm
Oakley lenses are designed and tested under extreme high mass and high velocity circumstances to ensure uncompromising protection across a wide range of demanding conditions.
What is Prizm Lens Technology?
Oakley’s exclusive Prizm lens technology designed to enhance color and contrast so you can see more detail.
Why Cyclist Should Wear sports sunglasses ?
Sunglasses Protect You From UV Rays While riding,Because sunglasses reduce the overall amount of light entering your eyes, they also prevent bright light from overwhelming your cornea and causing you to squint and redirect your eyes away from road hazards.
About Oakley Brand
Oakley was started by James Jannard in 1975 in his garage with an initial investment of $300. The name ""Oakley"" came from Jim's English Setter, ""Oakley Anne"". Jannard began by selling what he called 'The Oakley Grip' out of the back of his car at motocross events.Oakley, Inc., based in Lake Forest, California, operates as a subsidiary of EssilorLuxottica based in Paris. The company designs, develops and manufactures sports performance equipment and lifestyle pieces including sunglasses, sports visors, ski/snowboard goggles, watches, apparel, backpacks, shoes, optical frames, and other accessories. Most items are designed in house at their head office, but some countries hold exclusive designs relevant to their market. Oakley currently holds more than 600 patents for eyewear, materials, and performance gear.