In pop culture, it was a time like no other. Ronald Reagan was in the White House, “The Terminator” was in the box office and Run-D.M.C. was certified gold. It was also the time when Oakley created a one-of-a-kind pair of sunglasses called Frogskins. Oakley has resurrected the original tooling from the early ’80s to produce new limited editions, giving you a chance to own a piece of history.
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.
Acetate Frame - Durable, lightweight and all-day comfortable. Acetate frames are handmade and built to stand the test of time.
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.
Iridium® - Oakley Iridium® lens coatings allow the wearer to tune transmission for any light condition. Superheated metallic oxides are fused to the lens at the molecular level, permanently bonding to create a uniform filtering layer that optimizes contrast and minimizes glare.
Tuned to transmit from 9 to 92 percent of available light, the coatings are specifically formulated for optimal balance between reflection, transmission and absorption, depending on the targeted environment for usage.
Plutonite 100% UV Protection - Lightweight Plutonite® lens material offers superior comfort, clarity and protection against impact and ultraviolet radiation. Maintaining the proven safety characteristics of Oakley eye-wear, the impact-resistant material blocks 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light.
Meets or Exceeds Z80.3 Impact Standards - Optical precision and impact resistance meet or exceed ANSI Z80.3 optical and basic impact standards.
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 millimeters.
For example, a 56-17-45-144 frame:
1) Lens Width - 56mm
2) Bridge Width - 17mm
3) Lens Height - 45mm
4) Arm Length - 144mm