The limited-edition collection of sunglasses – only 100,000 units in eight styles were produced – was launched July 15 and includes performance styles EVZero Path , EVZero Range, Radar EV Path, Flak 2.0 XL, RadarLock Path and Jawbreaker , as well as lifestyle products Frogskins and Crosslink Zero.(For golfers, the Flak 2.0 XL and RadarLock Path are recommended.Oakley Sunglasses.)The Green Fade Collection’s EVZero models will be available with the brand’s first dual-iridium lens coating that combines two Prizm lens tints on a single toric shield. The rest of the models will feature Oakley Prizm lenses.Each unit was hand-painted at Oakley’s headquarters in Foothill Ranch, Calif.Discount Oakley. Oakley athletes Bubba Watson, Javier Gomez Noya (Spain, triathlete), Kerri Walsh (U.S., beach volleyball player) and Richard Murray (South Africa, triathlete) will wear products from the collection, and also were involved in painting some of the frames.
During its keynote address at CES 2016 tonight, Intel showed off a pair of sunglasses made by Oakley that come with a built-in running and exercise coach that talks to you as you work out via a set of attached headphones. Radar, as the system is called, also responds to voice commands, so you can ask it how far you’ve gone, how far you need to go, your current pace, and other data.The sunglasses appear to be a modified version of Oakley’s Thump, which come with a built in MP3 player and earbuds that are attached to the sunglasses’ frame.Fake Oakleys. They have Intel’s Curie module embedded in them, which enables the motion and fitness tracking.Intel says the glasses will launch in late 2016. Until then, you can just continue to talk to yourself during your runs.Oakley Sunglasses For Men.An evolution of Oakley’s popular Radar model of sunglasses, this Radar EV Path Prizm Road model offers more protection and coverage, thanks to the extended view.
Larger ventilation sections have been created in both the frames and lenses to ensure vision remains clear and comfortable during extended wear, while the new Prizm lens improves visibility.The lens is available in a wide range of shades and finishes, each providing 100% protection from the sun’s harmful rays as well of creating good contrast in your field of view.Cheap Oakley Sunglasses.The brand’s unique ‘unobtanium’ temple pads and nosepieces provide excellent grip that holds well even when you are sweating.2016 brought with it a surge of new wearables geared towards fitness-minded techies. With the holiday season and 2017 rapidly approaching, Oakley unveiled the newest in fitness-tracking gear: workout sunglasses, the Oakley Radar Pace.Oakley Womens Sunglasses.These sunglasses depart from traditional wrist-based smart gear in that the user relies solely on audio prompts.
Lacking any visual displays, the Oakley Radar Pace uses a voice assistant to answer questions or, more notably, coach you during your routine.Oakley Sunglasses Sale. Equipped with an accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer and humidity and proximity sensors, along with Bluetooth and ANT+ for pairing a heart rate monitor (no standalone GPS, unfortunately), the Pace acts as a combination pair of headphones (that plug into your ear separate from the eyewear) and fitness guide.Oakley Outlet. Pressing the touchpad on the side of the frame and saying the phrase, “What’s my workout for today?” will prompt the sunglasses to tell you your current plan. The session will also auto-pause when you stop moving, which maintains your accuracy even when at the crosswalk.
Throughout the run, Pace will chime in with feedback, whether your pace is too slow or even if your strides are too big. Can’t wait for the coach? Just ask “How’s My Pace?” and the sunglasses will respond will real-time information. They also make for a decent pair of workout eyewear.Oakley Sunglasses Outlet. A recent CNET review reported that the sunglasses, despite all the added tech, remain lightweight and fit comfortably on the user’s face.Cheap Oakleys.From beginners to serious runners, Pace has you covered. Using the iPhone/Android app, the sunglasses pair to your phone, allowing the user to track fitness data and set up a personalized workout plan. Like the most cutting-edge of fitness wearables, the app also adjusts the plan when you miss workouts, and it’s feedback also builds into a truly personalized plan. Pace also offers a workout plan for cyclists.