Oakley introduces more choice for prescription wearing riders

The Plazma and Trajectory glasses are on hand with Oakley Legit Prescription lenses

Cycling sunglasses for riders who desire a prescription lens are considerably exiguous in several, or expensive – but Oakley has real announced two unique gamers on the market.

Oakley has launched the Plazma and the Trajectory – every can come with ‘Oakley Legit Prescription’ lenses, giving cyclists who also can otherwise decide for contact lenses – or even laser search for surgical operation – extra different.

The Plazma is cycling-explicit and supplies the extensive discipline of look and impact protection you favor from potentially the most easy cycling glasses, but is on hand with ‘Oakley Legit Prescription lenses.

The Trajectory frame is a ‘mixed subject cloth’ kind that targets to present all-day comfort alongside resistance to the map, and these detached come with all the anti-inch aspects you’d build a query to to make sure that they dwell build even all the strategy in which thru sweaty indoor cycling classes.

Plazma (top) and Trajectory (bottom)

These glasses cost between £113 – £183, depending on the lens, with Prizm lenses on hand all thru the fluctuate; Prizm lenses toughen shade and contrast to support riders build conclude out boundaries alongside the manner.

Alongside these two pairs of prescription ready glasses, Oakey has also unveiled the ‘Encoder’ glasses. These are designed for multi-sport athletes and upright for cycling as well to running and even golf (which explains the cricket balls within the clicking pictures, we had been considerably at a loss for phrases).

The Encoder comes with Prizm lenses too, also promising a huge visible idea, impact protection and a no-inch match.

The Encoder comes in similar outdated and Asia match, and worth from £196. Some styles are already on hand on Oakley’s web position, but the legitimate launch and complete availability is reserved except April 1.

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