Oakley Flak 2.0 XL Prizm Sunglasses
The Oakley Flak 2.0 XL continues Oakley's tradition of making durable, no nonsense well designed sunnies with this successor to the Flak Jacket XLJ. No matter your sport or activity, the Oakley Flak 2.0 XL sunglasses are engineered for performance. Run, hike, or cycle with comfort and durability with the lightweight O-Matter frame material. Grips on the nose and temples keep the Flak 2.0 XL sunglasses on your face when attacking roots, rocks, or potholes. The ultimate advantage is in Oakley's Prizm lenses. With detail enhancing Prizm lenses, the road ahead is crystal clear with the High Definition optics of Prizm.
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- Frame Width 133mm
- Prizm lenses
- 100% UVA and UVB Protection
- Durable and lightweight O-Matter Nylon frame material
- Impact resistant lens
- Standard size frame for medium to large sized faces.
- Polished Black with Prizm Sapphire Polarized (Great All Day Wear Sunny Day Lens, Polarized for great glare prevention and on the water lens, 12% VLT, Grey Base Tint, Increased Contrast)
- Steel with Prizm Dark Golf (Great golfing lens for mixed light conditions with a 30% VLT, Rose Base Tint, Increased Contrast)
- Polished Black with Prizm Golf Lens (Great golfing lens for mixed light conditions with a 30% VLT, Rose Base Tint, Increased Contrast)
- Prizm™ replacement lenses provide unprecedented control of light transmission resulting in colors precisely tuned to maximize contrast and enhance visibility with the impact resistance and 100% UV filtering of Oakley's High Definition Optics® (HDO®). Oakley Prizm lenses are engineered to manipulate color wavelengths to provide better or increased contrast. The VLT ratings can be deceptive as VLT percentages are not always the best indication of how Prizm lenses will perform in varying light conditions. Prizm lenses have been engineered to perform well for the activity they are specifically designed for, such as Golfing, Road Cycling, Trail riding, etc.
*Visual Light Transmittance (VLT) indicates amount of light transmitted through the lens. The higher the percentage, the more light entered through the lens.