If the world wasn’t made to fit you, you’re in good company. The legends of action sports go through life reveling in originality and crushing conventional ideas beyond recognition. If ordinary sunglasses just don’t fit, Fives Squared is the answer. Unlike conventional sunglasses that stick out at the sides, this frame uses Condensed Cranial Geometry for a tapered architecture that feels as good as it looks and it’s a look that soaks sophistication in adrenalin. Dimensional reliefs, metal icons and sculpturally integrated hinges take the whole idea of street-smooth style and amp it with attitude.
Oakley’s Three-Point Fit maximizes comfort while holding the lenses in precise optical alignment, letting the innovations of High Definition Optics (HDO) do their work. Optical performance and impact protection meet ANSI Z87.1 standards, and with 8.75 base lens curvature, you’ll have extended peripheral vision and improved side protection against sun, wind and impact. Patented XYZ Optics helps keep vision sharp at every angle of view.
These sunglasses are engineered with durable yet lightweight O Matter® and matched with pure Plutonite® lenses that filter out all UV. Options include Iridium® coated lenses that precisely balance light transmission and reduce glare, as well as Oakley polarized lenses that kill 99% of glare without muddying your vision with the haze and distortion found with ordinary polarized lenses.
|Lens Material||Plutonite Synthetic|
|Sunglass Size||Adult - One Size|
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Comments about Oakley Fives Squared Polarized Sunglasses, Tortoise Frames With Bronze Lenses:
I love these sunglasses. They fit great and they protect my eyes like I need them to. My only gripe is that they hit the ground and scratched way too easily. Now I have to contact Oakley to see what it is going to take to replace the lenses.