Oakley Wind Jacket Eyewear

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MSRP : $220.00

Product Description

The Oakley Wind Jacket Sunglasses were designed to satisfy the speed-craving motorcyclists out there who needed distortion-free, high-definition sunglasses that were light, had a good fit, and were also technical. Since then, the sporty Three-Point Fit has been adopted by cyclists, runners, and anyone else who is active and doesn't want to worry about their sunglasses staying secure when they're going fast.

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