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Oakley Sylas Sunglasses matte black/prizm 24k polarized (2021)

ID: 1323523
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Product Description

Oakley Sylas is a classic frame with reliable features. Feel secure in this new style that goes above and beyond the standard with upgraded features for all-day wear, including a hat compatible design, lightweight frame and Prizm Lens Technology.

The frame is suitable for all athletes who need glasses with prescription lenses.
Intended use
Main Information
Glacier-proof: No
Glass / plate type: Tinted, Polarised
Protection level: 3: 8 - 18 % Light transmission
frame: 'Lightweight O-Matter material'
Accessories: Glasses bag
Glasses Lenses
glass color: bronze
protection level: 3: 8 - 18% light transmittance
100 % UV-protection: yes
Special features: With polarisation technology
further features: Light transmission: 11%, PRIZM Polarised lens technology for better colour & contrast vision and detail recognition, tested under extremely high speed and weight conditions
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