Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm Sunglasses!

Oakley’s latest technology is their new Prizm technology in their lenses.  These have been in the works for 15 years and just this year introduced.  They have maximum protection and contrast for outdoors.  Cyclers, runners, golfers, fisherman and any who engage in outdoor activities will find this to be the best clarity in any UV protective lens ever made so far. It is not a polarized lens so it works well for all of us trying to look at LED screens on our phones, in our cars on our arm bands or odometers.

The lens technology is the next level in technology from Oakley.  Eyewear Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee specializes in Sports Prescription and non Prescription sunglasses such as Oakley, Costa del Mar, RayBan, Wiley X and Maui Jim.

Many people have experienced their sunglasses sliding off frequently. This can make them feel very uncomfortable on your face.  The unobtanium material on the temples actually hugs your head and the more you sweat the more they hug your head instead of falling off your face.  They are very comfortable and you don’t realize you are wearing them except for the exceptional contrast!

Come to Eyewear Gallery in Memphis or give us a call so we can demonstrate and explain this great technology.

See our video to help you adjust your Oakley Sports Sunglasses or come to our office and we will be glad to show you!   http://www.EyewearGallery.com  Dr. Warren Johnson/ Dr. Do Nguyen

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