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|Posted||11 Jun 2015|
The Oakley CROSSLINK Sunglasses are new category of ophthalmic frames with a true crossover design that lets you go from work to play without missing a beat. This sleek and modern look matches Oakley performance innovation with a comfortable fit, worthy of your favorite everyday prescription glasses. Crosslink takes you anywhere with originality and style, and it has the performance you need if sports and fitness are part of your week.
The contemporary styling has a sporty edge that looks great with clear or prescription sun lenses . Crosslink can take you from the office or campus to the links, tennis court, hiking trail and beyond. Wear it when youre running errands or just out running. One frame. Endless possibility.
Crosslink is engineered with Oakley performance innovations like Unobtainium, a material that increases grip when you sweat. We utilized it for the earstems and nose pads to achieve a secure Three-Point Fit that keeps the lenses in precise optical alignment.
This comfortably lightweight frame is adjustable for a made-for-you feel, and the earstems are crafted with stress-resistant O Matter to bring durability to your active life.
Crosslink has an interchangeable temple design that lets you add originality in seconds. It comes with a set of temples that complement the rest of the frame hue, plus a set that revs up color. You can keep the look low-key and smooth for work or school then unleash personality for evening sports or weekend recreation.
Constructed of light weight, durable O Matter material
Rugged O Matter temples
Adjustable temple with wire core
Unobtainium nosepads and ear socks
Collection specific case included
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