Oakley Warm Up Sunglasses ad 2013

As we get closer to June, it’s finally starting to seem like the warm weather is here to stay. This is the most important time of the year for us to emphasize the importance of eye protection, especially when you’re spending more time outside just soaking up the rays or getting physical with some outdoor sports. We love this ad from Oakley, it says it all. It’s better to be protected, and it will make your summer infinitely more enjoyable when you’re not nursing a sunburn on your skin AND your eyes. A sunburn on your eyes is known as photokeratitis, and you may remember when it happened to Anderson Cooper not too long ago. Oakley sunglasses are a great choice for active folks, especially because of its intelligent construction designed to keep you protected at all times.

Oakley Warm Up sunglasses in Chocolate Sin

Above, the model is wearing Oakley Warm Up sunglasses, a more feminine and stylish frame offered by the all-American brand. Performance sunglasses don’t have to be chunky and manly, a graceful design with soft curves will do just as well keeping your eyes safe from harm. Patented Unobtainium material appears on the nosepads and ear pads, providing a no-slip grip so your designer sunglasses stay put while you work up a sweat. Its stress-resistant is important for deflecting impact when you’re out on the field as well

Warm Up comes in four cool colors with various lens options, seen above in Chocolate Sin with dark brown gradient lenses. It is also offered in Cosmo (burgundy), Polished Black, and Polished White.

Explore the rest of our Oakley collection over at our website, with plenty of styles available for both men and women. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let us know in the comments or give us a call at 866-411-9428 and we’ll be happy to help.

 

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