Oakley Sunglasses SPECIAL EDITION FERRARI POLARIZED TINCAN Black Chrome/Black Iridium Polarized OO4082-09
OAKLEY SPECIAL EDITION SCUDERIA FERRARI® POLARIZED TINCAN SUNGLASSES
The legendary cars of Scuderia Ferrari® define speed, power, and precision. Their Formula 1 single seater cars fuel excitement with cuttng-edge innovation. Oakley, a company with a similar heritage of technical excellence and Scuderia Ferrari® has partnered to offer special edition eyewear that salutes the passion for performance and perfection.
Each frame in this premium sunglass collection carries highlights in the iconic color Scuderia Ferrari® red, and select renditions are accented with the Scuderia Ferrari® emblem. All feature laser-etched logo at the corner of the lens, as well as logo embossed Microclear™ bag for lens cleaning and frame storage. Custom packaging and custom case make each edition a collectible.
- Constructed of ultra-lightweight thin hi-modulus stainless steel frame material
- Rimlock technology for enhanced lens retention
- Integrated screwless cam hinge mechanisms
- Unobtainium® earsocks and new air-filled silicon nosepads ensure a snug, secure fit
- Suitable for for medium to large faces
- Includes hard case
- UV protection of Plutonite® lens that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light
up to 400nm
- Glare reduction and tuned light transmission of Iridium® lens coating (optional)
- HDPolarized™ – Minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on
the planet (optional)
- Optimized peripheral vision of 6-base lens curvature
- Optical precision and impact resistance meet or exceed Z80.3 optical and basic impact standards
- Maximum clarity at all angles of vision with patented XYZ Optics®
- Available with Oakley prescription lenses
Polarized lenses are responsible for reducing glare from flat surfaces, e. g. of the water sheet. The reduction of glare makes the image sharper and the colors more saturated.
Protective coatings that prevent the accumulation of moisture and fat on the lens surface.