The lightweight shades don’t have a lot of components onboard. The team didn’t try to squeeze a GPS or heart-rate sensors on the Pace, which helped it achieve a 56-gram weight. The Pace is the existing Oakley Radar shades with a micro-USB port on each arm.Cheap Oakley Sunglasses. On the glasses are a touch panel on the left for music playback and Siri control, a three-mic array that Oakley says is optimized to hear you even with wind whipping by at top speed, as well as an embedded system that’s the brains of the Pace.Oakley Womens Sunglasses. There’s also a battery that will last four hours with continuous music playback and six hours without.You’ll have to plug in the included earbuds, which can be bent to fit in your ear or stick out parallel to the frame when you don’t need them. During my brief time with them, the buds felt like they were firmly attached to the sunglasses.Oakley Sunglasses Outlet.I tried on the Radar Pace, and it fit snugly on my relatively wide-set face but was still light and comfortable.Oakleys On Sale.
Oakley doesn’t yet offer different sizes but said it may do so in future.Discount Oakley . I had some trouble trying to put the frames on because I had to keep the earbuds from folding out in the process, but once I figured out what was happening, it wasn’t difficult to handle.Oakley isn’t the first to bring fitness tech to your ears.Oakley Outlet. Samsung, SMS Audioand Bragi are just three of the more notable companies working on earphones with heart-rate monitors. Although it doesn’t use Intel’s heart-rate-tracking earbud technology, the Radar Pace is the first to introduce something similar to sunglasses.Oakley Sunglasses Sale.It appeals to a niche market of hardcore fitness enthusiasts willing to shell out for fancy gear, but I can see the Pace taking off and gaining widespread appeal if it adds more features and comes down in price. In the meantime, though, this is a wearable that hardcore joggers will likely love.Cheap Oakleys.The Rio 2016 Olympics will showcase a high-tech perspective when athletes don the latest in sunglass technology.
From lenses engineered to filter specific colors to help athletes see their field of play with distinction, to lenses diamond-polished for exacting shape, companies such as Oakley and Nike have turned to technology to spruce up their latest performance sunglasses.Oakley Sunglasses. Of course, they still believe in a fashion-forward design for it all.New for Rio, Oakley created a series of five performance frames hand-painted in its Green Fade collection, a tie to the original green the brand used in 1980.Oakley Sunglasses For Men. But it’s the Prizm lenses inside—using specific dye mixes to block and filter light wavelengths—that gets the engineers excited.Athletes see color in three specific regions: short, medium and long wavelengths.Fake Oakleys. By using dyes in the polycarbonate “Plutonite” lens, engineers maximize color wavelengths sensitive to the color they want the lens to accentuate while sifting out colors in nearby wavelengths. “We use the lens as a filter,” says Wayne Chumbley, Oakley vision performance lab manager. “We filter good light and bad light to make it meaningful for the athletes.”