Oakley Sylas Xl Polarized Sunglasses
A classic frame with reliable features, the Oakley Sylas Sunglasses go above and beyond with all-day wear features. A hat compatible design with a lightweight O Matter™ frame provides all-day comfort and Prizm™ Lens Technology enhances color and contrast for enhanced detail.
- O Matter Frame Material
- Three-Point Fit
- Oakley lenses are designed and tested under extreme high mass and high velocity circumstances to ensure uncompromising protection across a wide range of demanding conditions.
- HD Polarized
- Prizm™ Daily Lenses
- 11 - 15%
- Hat Compatible Frame and Temple Design
O Matter Frame Material - This lightweight synthetic is engineered for all-day comfort, shock absorption and durability against the punishment of environmental extremes.
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.
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.
Pro Tip - Are polarized sunglasses better? Are they worth the price?
In many cases, yes. All sunglasses reduce brightness and block some amount of harmful UV rays. However, only polarized sunglasses are scientifically constructed to eliminate glare. Not just reduce it, but eliminate it. Fully polarized sunglasses reduce eye strain and help you see better around water, snow, sand or any other reflective surroundings.
HD Polarized - By selectively filtering directional light, glare from roads, water, and snow is reduced greatly.
Prizm™ Daily Lenses - For fine-tuned color definitions, making everything vivid and vibrant, enhancing detail for an optimized experience.
11 - 15% - A low VLT (Visual Light Transmitted) rating like this is perfect for sunny and bright lighting conditions.
VLT ratings range from 0 to about 90 percent with a lower number meaning less light passes through (darker tint); where as with a higher number - more light passes through (lighter tint).