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Oakley Sunglasses for Men

Get ready for action with Oakley sunglasses for men with a range of technologies and designs to keep you protected. Their sunglasses are ideal for everyday wear through to performance outfits, letting see you through every adventure.

Since they began in 1975, Oakley sunglasses have been much-loved not just for their style but for their premium sports performance. They are known and respected for their range of lens technologies that are thought of as essential to many sports.


Oakley's most famous technology is their HDO (High Definition Optics) models, which offer higher clarity than traditional lenses. They're great for when you're on the go or play a sport that requires sharp vision.

Essential for sunglasses, UV protection and polarized lenses prevent any glare from the sun. Every pair of glasses and sunglasses needs UV protection to prevent your eyes from getting damaged. Oakley Plutonite lens technology stops all ultraviolet radiation, not just UVA wavelengths. The Plutonite technology is also durable, having high levels of impact protection.

Polarized lenses go one step further than UV protection and prevent any glare so, for example, if you're fishing, any light reflecting off the water won't affect your view.

Oakley Sports Glasses

Oakley is perhaps the most well-respected brand when it comes to sports performance sunglasses. If you're big on sports, check out what technologies and specifications they have for your sport.

Their cycling collection, for example, is one of their longest running collections and is known for its comfortable and lightweight design as well as a range of lens technologies. The Prizm lenses are designed specifically for cycling, whether you're training, on the road or out for an adventure. The lenses control the light transmission to give you a better visibility and sharper vision on the go.

You'll find sunglasses with specific technologies for a number of sports. This includes baseball, cycling and golf.

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