Oakley Juliet Men’s Sunglasses

Iridium Polarized Lens w/ UV Filter & Anti Fog

Posted by Tim

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Oakley Men's Sunglasses, Juliet A good pair of sunglasses can be a motorcyclist's best friend. Whether they are worn under the helmet shield, with an open faced helmet, or helmetless (not my recommendation), good polarized sunglasses are a real safety feature.

Oakley is a name that has long been associated with quality sports-related eyewear. Oakley's Juliet Men's Polarized Active Lifestyle Sportswear Sunglasses look to be a good, motorsports-friendly pair of glasses. Now I think that I am secure in my manhood, but the "Juliet" name is a bit feminine for a pair of men's sunglasses. Labeling aside, this pair of glasses is rich with quality features. Oakley claims High Definition Optics (HDO) which combines patented optics and Plutonite (whatever that is) lens material that provides 100% UV filtering and unsurpassed impact protection. Those last two elements -- UV protection and impact protection -- are vital to a motorcyclist. Another nice feature is that there is a permanent lens coating that prevents rain and sweat from building up on the lens. A look at the adjustable frame indicates that these glasses will fit comfortably inside a helmet.

This is a quality pair of glasses that should perform well in motorcycle applications. Be forewarned: you will pay for this quality. The glasses come with a price tag that rivals the cost of a good helmet. They say you get what you pay for. Let's hope so.

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