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Oakley PRIZM Lenses


If you are truly ready to see what you’ve been missing on the golf course, you owe it to yourself to try the newest in eyewear technology. The Oakley Prizm Golf Lenses have been in development for over five years, resulting in the first lens that can actually fine tune the wavelength of the light reaching your eyes. Traditional lenses optimize for the light but do not create any sort of contrast.

The Prizm lens tint is available in several of the most popular Oakley frame styles including the RadarLock Pitch, Turbine, Square Wire Covert, Holbrook Covert, Flack Jacket XLJ and the Silver.

The Prizm Lenses actually show you the contrast on the golf course that you would not normally see. You are able to read putts with more accuracy; judge distances better, and allow your eyes to take a break from straining on each shot.

The Prizm Golf Lenses are specifically tuned to the color wavelengths that occur naturally on a golf course. This allows for brilliant detail and exact contours to pop effortlessly into your field of view. Any golfer knows that putting can make or break your round. Prizm lenses can make or break your putting. To try them out is to realize what you’ve been missing for so long. If you truly want to get a something that helps your game without any additional practice, get the new Prizm Lenses, only from Oakley.


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Prizm Polarized

Basic polarized lenses contain a laminated filter that allows only vertically oriented light to pass through while effectively blocking the horizontally oriented light so glare is almost eliminated.

Prizm Daily

Prizm lenses provide more control over the transmission of light, and the Prizm Daily Golf lenses are specifically tuned to maximize the contrast and visibility of golf course specific colors.

Each type of lens is designed to alter the way light reaches your eyes; while a polarized lens blocks horizontal glare, the Prizm Daily Golf lens alters actual light rays, emphasizing colors where the eyes are most sensitive to detail.