Oakley Turbine Rotor Sunglasses

Oakley Turbine Rotor Sunglasses, , 600
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Sku#: 437967P

The Oakley Turbine Sunglasses offer clean lines for style and durable, lightweight features for comfort and performance.

The O-Matter Frames are stress-resistant, strong and light so they can keep up with your performance level. Its Three-Point Fit ensures that they sit comfortably on your face providing precise optical alignment. You'll also have Unobtainium Earsocks and Nose Pads meaning that as you sweat, they will remain fixated on your face. The Plutonite Lenses are impact-resistant and will filter out UV light so that you have protection against the harmful rays of the sun.

Look good as you steal the pass or steal second and always have an excellent view of the action with these Oakley Turbine Sunglasses.

  • Three Point Fit System
  • Unobtainium Earsocks and Nosepads
  • High Definition Optics

Best Use  Streetwear/Driving Frame Shape  Rectangle / Shield / Square Nose Pads  Yes
Face Size  Medium Frame Material  O Matter Lens Type  Non-Mirrored
Lens Material  Plutonite Warranty  2 Year Limited Model Year  2016
Model Number  OO9307-02 Product ID  437967   
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Q: Ilebi Utah good sunglass for skiing. My eyes water in the cold so I want as much coverage as I can get to prevent fogging up. Recommendations?
Asked : Sep 30, 2017
By : Nancy, Utah
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A: I would discourage you from skiing in sunglasses at all. Sunglasses do not protect your face and eyes from the sun the same way that goggles do. Goggles create a seal across your face that prevents the sun from sneaking in, especially when you are at elevation, sitting on a chairlift, surrounded by white snow that reflects the sunlight. Getting sun in your eyes at elevation can cause sun spots which are harmful to your vision. Goggles will keep you warmer and have been treated with anti-fog coatings.
Answered : Oct 02, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest


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