With the Summer Olympic Games fast approaching, California-headquartered Oakley has launched two new sunglasses specially designed for athletes – Sphaera and BiSphaera. The duo offer the “most extended field of view yet” per the brand. That is paramount because, in competitive activities, one wouldn’t want too many blind spots.
Both sunglasses feature a lightweight design, which comes in handy during outdoor competitions. Sphaera features Oakley’s Prizm Lens Technology, an O-Matter frame, a front vent for improved airflow, Unobtainium nose pads and moulded-in ear socks. Those features will help Team Oakley athletes across various segments, including Fred Kerley, Loana Lecomte, Mark Cavendish, Francisco Lindor, Dylan Fratelli, and others, to deliver when it matters most.
On the other hand, BiSphaera sums up as a versatile option to Oakley’s Flak 2.0 XL. The newcomer is a better bet when it comes to adaptability. Besides boasting a lightweight construction, BiSphaera can accommodate Oakley’s Authentic Prescription lens and those mentioned above. That means athletes can wear these on and off the playing field.
Both new eyewear are now available on Oakley’s official website and select Oakley stores. The brand’s partner dealers across the globe will also have them in stock.