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Oakley Straight Jacket Sunglasses
Features of the Oakley Straight Jacket Sunglasses

  • UV Protection: UV protection of PLUTONITE® lens material that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400 nm
  • Bridge: 18
  • Eye: 61
  • Lens Coating: Includes Oakley’s proprietary smudge proof HYDROPHOBIC™ coating which resists water, oils perspiration and dust
  • Frame: Durability and all-day comfort of lightweight, stress-resistant O MATTER® frame material
  • Available with Oakley Prescription Lenses
  • Prescription Range: +2.00 through -4.00 combined power

Oakley

Straight Jacket Sunglasses

Style STRAIGHTJKT


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Let's face it: haters gonna hate! If you define your own style and don't care what anyone thinks about it, the Straight Wire is for you. This piece has kept its classically aggressive style for over a decade and, while they're still keeping it real, Oakley knows when its time to grow up. So they updated this classic style with the unrivaled precision of HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS® (HDO®, including XYZ OPTICS® that maintain precise clarity throughout every millimeter of your lens. With an Oakley HYDROPHOBIC™ lens coating that resists smudging from skin oils, sunscreen and even repels dirt and dust, the Straight Jacket is the perfect running buddy for your active life.





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QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: John    10/25/2014

"I have a pair #009128-07. Are they the same as your straight jacket sunglasses?"

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USOUTDOOR.com responded on 10/27/2014

"The product number you have inquired about is for the Oakley Ten sunglasses, not the Straight Jacket."

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