Oakley Frogskins


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The Oakley Frogskins have become classic sunglasses in their own right. Taking cues from the Rayban Wayfarer the Frogskins have a cool retro appearance mixed with modern optical technology. This retro look is highlighted by the classic Oakley Logo rather than the modern 'O' on each earstem, a feature unique to the Frogskins range.

Their light weight design is achieved through the use of a highly stress resistant and shock absorbing O-Matter frame with plastic hinges that allow the arms to pop off rather than snap if you accidently sit on them! The lenses used are the same Plutonite High Definition Optics used in all Oakley glasses which offer supreme clarity and impact protection as well as 100% UV filtration.

The bronze lens colour featured in this model is a great all-purpose lens, suitable for mid-bright light and offers enhanced contrast on sunny days.


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