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It’s pretty rare nowadays to roll up to a bunch ride or race and not see someone wearing Oakley sunglasses. Between the Radar, Radarlock (and XL), Radar EV and Jawbreakers, Oakley frames are donned by a huge number of cyclists around the world. In 1980, Oakley released its first performance eyewear in a green hue. Now, 36 years later and just in time for the 2016 Olympics, the company has revisited that iconic green color with its Green Fade Collection.

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The test pair we received offered a pretty versatile tint with great clarity. Our test pair was also the larger of the EVZero options, the Range, while a slightly smaller EVZero Path is also available. Both the EVZero Range and Path share the minimalitst design and gossamer weight as well as Oakley’s Prizm lens technology designed to enhance vision detail. The limited-edition collection of sunglasses – only 100,000 units in eight styles were produced – includes performance styles EVZero Path ($190), EVZero Range ($190), Radar EV Path ($210), Flak 2.0 XL ($190), RadarLock Path ($280) and Jawbreaker ($230), as well as lifestyle products Frogskins ($180) and Crosslink Zero. (For golfers, the Flak 2.0 XL and RadarLock Path are recommended.) The AW team tests the Radar EV Path Prizm Road sunglasses from Oakley

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An evolution of Oakley’s popular Radar model of sunglasses, this Radar EV Path Prizm Road model offers more protection and coverage, thanks to the extended view. Larger ventilation sections have been created in both the frames and lenses to ensure vision remains clear and comfortable during extended wear, while the new Prizm lens improves visibility. Sunglasses, like handlebar shape, bibs and shoes are generally a matter of personal preference. With the EVZero, Oakley hopes to make you see the light with its newest minimalist design. Coming in at a scant 23 grams on the Cyclocross Magazine scale, Oakley says that the EVZero is the company’s lightest frame. Although, the use of the word frame may be a misnoamer as the majority of the design is the lens shield. Oakley’s latest release the EVZero does away with the frame completely, and is designed for totally unobstructed vision. Claimed to be ‘the lightest performance sunglasses in history’, the new EVZero is a redesigned version of the the Sub Zero which was released in the 90’s.

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The Green Fade Collection’s EVZero models will be available with the brand’s first dual-iridium lens coating that combines two Prizm lens tints on a single toric shield. The rest of the models will feature Oakley Prizm lenses. Oakley has announced a three year partnership with South Africa-based Team Dimension Data, becoming official sponsor for the team’s eyewear as well as its cycling kit and off-bike apparel. The newly Oakley co-branded kit and eyewear will be rolling out at the Grand Départ of the Tour de France on Saturday. With Team Dimension Data rider Mark Cavendish already being sponsored by Oakley, the brand will also be offering limited edition Cavendish sunglasses.
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We’ve been using the EVZero Range regularly, since the Lost & Found gravel race. With the Range’s larger lens, those with high cheek bones may find some contact with the lens. Overall the EVZero Range has become a favorite shade for variable light conditions and long days in the saddle. The EVZero comes in the aforementioned two lens shield shapes and a bevy of colors, true to Oakley’s style.
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Each unit was hand-painted at Oakley’s headquarters in Foothill Ranch, Calif. Oakley athletes Bubba Watson, Javier Gomez Noya (Spain, triathlete), Kerri Walsh (U.S., beach volleyball player) and Richard Murray (South Africa, triathlete) will wear products from the collection, and also were involved in painting some of the frames. Our sample EVZero Path also featured Oakley’s latest Prizm lens technology. Oakley says its Prizm technology was 15 years in development, and each lens is designed to optimize light conditions experienced in a specific sporting environment. While there’s a range of lenses designed for everything from golf to baseball, for cycling there's a separate lens road and mountain biking.