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Feedback Sunglasses

$156.00
rose gold/vr50 brown gradient lens
Color: rose gold/vr50 brown gradient lens
$156.00
Color: rose gold/vr50 brown gradient lens
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Overview

The Oakley Feedback sunglasses are feminine, teardrop frames featuring lightweight C-5 alloy temples and smooth acetate arms. This construction blend is designed to meet the rugged demands of an active lifestyle without leaving behind everyday style. Comfortable double nose bridge pads use Unobtainium grip for a secure fit. HD Optics provide premium vision in any environment.

Features
Curvature
  • 6 Base Curvature
Key Features
  • C-5™ Alloy
  • Three-Point Fit
  • Unobtainium Grip
Frame Measurements (mm)
  • 59-13-46-135
Lens Tech
  • High Definition Optics® (HDO®)
  • Iridium®
Curvature

6 Base Curvature - The base curvature corresponds to the curve of the lens. The higher the number, the higher the curve. 6 base styles have a “flatter” look. 8-9 base curves hug closer to the face.

Key Features

C-5™ Alloy - Five metal compounds are superheated to create this performance alloy that maintains durability, even in lightweight frame designs.

Three-Point Fit - Oakley’s unique Three-Point Fit holds the lenses in precise optical alignment. Their frame materials balance durability and comfort with impact absorption for athletic competition, and these frame geometries maximize your peripheral vision.

Unobtainium Grip - Thanks to Unobtainium, the frame actually grips better when you sweat. The textured Unobtainium ear and nose pads add comfort to your wearing experience.

Frame Measurements (mm)

These measurements include the width of the lens, the width of the bridge, the height of the lens and the length of the arms measured in that order.

59-13-46-135
Lens Tech

High Definition Optics® (HDO®) - Engineered for a clearer, sharper image with unrivaled impact resistance and 100% UV filtering.

Iridium® - A lens coating specifically formulated for optimal balance between reflection, transmission and absorption.

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