Oakley Sports Sunglasses.The Radar Pace also comes with clear lenses, so you can goggle up for outdoor night runs. Wearing sunglasses for every run is not going to be for everyone, and it’s easy to imagine the Radar Pace being more of a success in sunny California than cloudy Clapham.However, if you embrace the Radar Pace, it’s far more than a set of novelty sunglasses, it’s a genuinely useful bit of kit.Beginners would be better served with the cheap or free apps and trackers available, while experts might not learn much from the coaching. It’s probably the best fit for those in between, running or cycling not just for fitness but also to get better at them ahead of events.Oakley Sunglasses Outlet.
Discount Oakley Sunglasses.From 1988 and the Factory Pilots aboard Andy Hampsten’s nosebridge to David Millar’s Over The Tops at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Oakley has been no stranger to headline grabbing sunglasses. Hampsten’s would have looked more at home on the ski slopes were it not for a blizzard up the Gavia in stage 14 of the Giro d’Italia; Millar’s, well, not only did he race through the dark, he also got dressed in it. Fake Oakley Outlet.And now, ladies and gents, here are two more, very different, yet equally ‘Oakley’ pieces for your delight and delectation.
Although based on Oakley’s modern day classic, the Radar, the Radar Pace has some striking resemblances to another set of shades, the Oakley Thump. Released in 2004, the Thump had integrated headphones and MP3 player that boasted a whopping 256MB of storage, barely enough room to swing a digitised Cat Stevens.Discount Sunglasses. It’s fair to say they never really caught on, but the idea was admirable, and 12 years later you could be forgiven for thinking it’s been rebooted. Only there’s something a-brewin’.