Oakley Comes Out with Livestrong M Frame Hybrid S Sunglasses
Form meets function in Oakley’s Livestrong M Frame Hybrid S sunglasses, a sleek number created in honour of Lance Armstrong. The seven-time winner of the Tour de France is also Sports Illustrated magazine's Sportsman of the Year for 2002, and the recipient of ESPN's ESPY Award for Best Male Athlete (2003-2006). He is also a cancer survivor, and a portion of the profits from sales of all 2000 models will help those afflicted with the disease.
Made with “Polaric Ellipsoid” geometry, Livestrong shades guarantee protection against sun and wind, whether it hits you from above, the sides, or beneath your eyes. “High Definition Optics” make sure you see objects clearly through your peripheral vision, regardless of lense tint. “Unobtainium” technology gives the shades a good grip, no matter how much you sweat.
The Livestrong M Frame Hybrid S sunglasses are designed for top performance whether you’re on a relaxing holiday or hard at play. Its black Iridium lenses are made of tough, corrosion-resistant metal, and can withstand high temperatures. These will shield your eyes from intense sunlight and UV rays.
You can personalise your Limited Edition shades with replacement lenses to match the weather. Gold, blue, and red Iridium, for example, are good for sunny days. Lenses for indoor, partly cloudy, and overcast conditions are available, too.