How To Replace Oakley Lenses - Guide
Perhaps you have some Oakley sunglasses that are scratched and lying around in your closet or drawer. You're thinking of buying new sunglasses if you think they are beyond salvagable. You can save a lot of money and help the environment by replacing scratched Oakley lenses. Continue reading to learn more.
How to replace Oakley sunglass lenses
It's easier than you think to replace Oakley sunglass lenses. You simply need to go to our website and select the model you want, then choose the color and lens type.
No matter what type of Oakleys, we have the right lens model for you. It's easy and the result is amazing thanks to our 100% ultraviolet protection, anti-scratch coat and HD crystal clarity which is included on all types of lenses we supply. This simple and effective solution is worth the money.
If you have other sunglasses than Oakleys, please take a look to our full range. We stock replacement lenses from all sunglass brands. We have the largest selection in the world of replacement lenses.
Top Oakley Sunglasses
Oakley umbrellas, like many other highly-respected brands, offer a wide range of sunglass styles. The Frogskins and the Gascan frames are some of the most sought-after models. There's also the Wire with a sleek, wiry frame that is often inspired by silver screen stars of the 40s, 50s and 60s.
Like certain Ray-Ban styles e.g. These Oakley frames, inspired by the early 20th century, have been worn by many stars including Wesley Snipes, Matt Damon, Daniel Craig, and Brad Pitt.
No matter what appeals to you most, the Oakley spirit will always be one of exploration and adventure. It's no surprise that lenses can get scratched easily. You don't have to worry about the lenses getting scratched up! If you are unsure what type of Oakleys your have, you can identify it using our handy guide. We also offer custom lenses if you are unable to locate a specific Oakleys frame. There is no additional cost for that.
Oakley lenses vs. Other lenses
Oakley sunglasses are a favorite of ours. We love their lenses and the way they label the coatings and materials they use with fancy names that distinguish them. Oakley is the masters at branding their lenses 'technology'. But let's look closer at what they really mean.
- Plutonite refers to a highly refined lens material made of polycarbonate.
- Iridium refers to a special mirror coating that is claimed to reduce glare.
- Prism is their latest lens technology that appears to work at a molecular level in order to enhance color.
Our lenses are made of polyamide. It is undoubtedly the most advanced sunglass lens material on the planet, and it compares to the optical clarity and optical excellence of glass. Our coatings and films are among the most advanced in the world. The best in the industry, including Japanese polarization technology, widely recognized as being world-leading, mirrors, anti-reflective and super-hard scratch-resistant coatings and salt water coatings. Also, there is an oleophobic coating that repels fingerprints and grease, making it easier to clean your lenses. ).