Oakley has released its limited edition cycling glasses range ahead of The Tour de France that begins in July.
The glasses are a celebration of the race, which Oakley call the "ultimate human endurance challenge", with a heritage as steep as Oakley's own in the cycling world.
All three ranges come with Oakley's famous Prizm lens technology that fine tunes individual colours to enhance road details when out riding.
In particular, the lens brightens whites and enhances yellows, greens and reds so the riders can see subtle changes in road texture as well as hazards.
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Prices start from the £160 for the Evzero Path Prizm glasses, while the Radar options are £175 and the Jawbreakers come in at £195.
Oakley sunglasses are the choice of the pro peloton really, with some of the biggest names and teams, Dimension Data, Trek-Segafredo and BMC Racing Team to name a few choosing to race in the glasses.
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