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Oakley Sunglasses Now in Stock

April 21st, 2013

With the days getting longer, you need a great pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes from distracting glare and damaging UV rays. We have a wide selection of running sunglasses here at RW, and we’re stoked to add Oakley to the list of top brands we carry. Oakley is of course a major player in the sports sunglasses market, and we’ve hand-picked a few models that offer light weight, excellent breathability, and other key features runners want. Take a look at these sleek models that bring a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘eye candy.’

Flak Jacket

The Oakley Flak Jacket Sunglasses are lightweight and ready for intense competition. Grip coating on the nose pads and ear stems helps keep these glasses in place while a hydrophobic lens repels sweat and oil to provide a clear field of vision. 100% UVA, UVB, UVC and blue light protection. These frames are available in both a standard and large size. A black version is available in addition to the white model shown.

Flak Jacket Polarized

The HD Polarized lenses in the Oakley Flak Jacket Polarized Sunglasses block 99% of glare and offer 100% UVA, UVB, UVC and blue light protection. The semi-rimless design provides an uninterrupted field of vision, and grip coating on the nose pads and ear stems keeps these glasses securely in place. The Flak Jacket Polarized is available in both standard and large frame sizes.

Women’s Commit SQ Sunglasses

The Oakley Women’s Commit SQ Sunglasses are made especially for the ladies. With a frame that flatters a variety of face shapes and hydrophobic lenses that repel sweat and oil, these sweet shades are sure to please. The semi-rimless design provides an exceptional field of vision, and the lenses offer 100% protection from harmful UVA, UVB, UVC and blue light. A white color is also available.

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Running Sunglasses Guide

June 15th, 2012

Summer’s in full swing and if you’re rockin’ an old pair of shades for your runs, it’s probably time for an upgrade. Take a look at our top picks for running sunglasses.

Best Value

Tifosi Slip Sunglasses

Tifosi Slip
Sixty bucks doesn’t go all that far these days, but it still gets you a great pair of running sunglasses. The Slip offers core features many runners want: low weight, adjustable nosepiece and temples, high lens clarity and good lens ventilation. Count on the Slip to get the job done without breaking the bank. And for $30 more, upgrade to the Polarized version.

Smith Parallel
You: “How the heck can a $129.00 pair of sunglasses be a good value?” Us: “It’s all in the details. The Parallel offers an amazing fit that feels custom-made for the shape of your face. A special lens coating repels water, dirt and grease, and the lens offers top-notch scratch and impact resistance. And of course, the view is crystal clear and distortion free.”

Best for Changing Conditions

Tifosi Tyrant (Darkening Shown)

Tifosi Tyrant Polarized Fototec
How many times have you started out on a run with plenty of sunshine, only to find clouds rolling in by mile three? And how about those squinty days when it’s just a bit overcast? This model from Tifosi features a Fototec lens that adjusts to transmit between 9 to 29% of light based on the amount of UV light the lens is exposed to.

Smith Pivlock V90
Snap in the Ignitor Red interchangeable lens that comes with the Pivlock V90 for clearer vision on lightly overcast and hazy days when the sun’s rays are refracting all over the place. The open-top, rimless design offers maximum ventilation to prevent fogging as the temperature changes.

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