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|Posted||11 Jun 2015|
The Oakley Shaun White Signature Series Plaintiff Sunglasses. The world knows Shaun White for his gold medal snowboarding and skate prowess. Reaching the top of the podium takes more than performance. It takes signature style, and that's what makes Shaun an icon even when he's not competing. As a member of the Oakley family, Shaun teamed with our best to create a Signature Series of sunglass designs. The gold tones salute the highest achievement an athlete can strive to attain, and the styling pays respect to everything that makes Shaun a true original.
Oakley Plaintiff takes the time-honored look of classic aviators to new heights, and this Signature Series edition earns its wings with gold toned metal icons and inlays on the stems-tributes to Shaun's Olympic Golds. Mono Shock hinges allow the stems to hyper flex when necessary. The lightweight frame of C-5 alloy comes with Grey Polarized lenses that block 99% of reflected glare while giving you the clarity and protection of High Definition Optics (HDO).
Oakley HDPolarized -Minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on the planet
Optimized peripheral view and side coverage of 8.75 Base lens geometry
Optical precision and performance that meets all ANSI Z80.3 standards
UV protection of Plutonite lens material that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400nm
Available with Oakley prescription lenses (+2.00 through -3.00 combined power)
Ultra-lightweight hi-modulus C-5 metal frame material
Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment
Custom engineered titanium Mono Shock hinge
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